Have you wanted to explore the restaurants in New Haven, but really haven’t had the time or you’re not sure where to start? Look, we know…it’s overwhelming! There are so many, so it could be difficult to find just one to dine at. Well, boy do we have a nice solution to this problem: a new culinary colossus startup that has just hit up New Haven, Dishcrawl. Right now, there are Dishcrawlers in San Fran, NYC, Montreal, Ottawa, San Jose, Philly, DC, and even more places.
Dishcrawl New Haven’s goal is to help you to find, explore, and taste new restaurants in and around the Historic 9th Square District. They’ll bring together a group of hungry nomers, then will visit four different restaurants in one night. When you go from place to place, you’ll taste what makes the restaurant so great, and you’ll also get a chance to meet the chefs and owners. Here’s the kicker, you won’t know which four restaurants will be participating until 48 hours before the event! Why? Because the point is being adventurous and trying new things! We love it. They will offer up some hints about where you might be going, though, on their Twitter account.
Their first event is scheduled for 7 pm on Wednesday, 2/27. Tickets are just $45 (not too bad for going to four different restaurants and the fun experience of it all) and can be purchased here. As of writing this, there are only 25 tickets left, so hop on it. 48 hours before the event, you’ll be contacted with the meeting spot where the crawling will begin. If you’re vegetarian, you can be happy because there will be options available for you. If you have any other dietary restrictions, you should contact Kieran Goodrich (Dishcrawl New Haven Ambassador) and he’ll see if he can help you out.
We find the prospect of discovering new restaurants (or seeing some old faves through new eyes) really exciting and we think Dishcrawl will meet with lots of success. It’s also great to get out there and meet like-minded food hungry people. Wouldn’t the world be better if more people like us got together and ruled the world?