Shake Shack dinner in New Haven. Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. 

Shake Shack dinner in New Haven. Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. 

By Guadalupe González

After a long day of committee sessions at Yale, the only thing delegates might want to do is get back to the hotel as soon as possible, even though they may be hungry. However, there is no need to go straight to bed, while there are plenty of cafes and restaurants close to each hotel.

If you are staying at Omni and you want to go out to eat without going too far, you can visit some of the following places:

  • Starbucks (Chapel St)
  • Chipotle Mexican Grill (Chapel St)
  • Subway (Chapel St)
  • Buffalo Wild Wings (Church St)
  • China King (Chapel St)
  • Shake Shack (Chapel St)
  • Caffe Bottega (Chapel St)
  • Dunkin Donuts (Church St & Chapel St)

Another hotel near campus is the Courtyard Marriot, from which you can go to:

  • Empire Pizza (Whalley Ave)
  • Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen (Whalley Ave)
  • Alpha Delta Pizza (Howe St)
  • Kasbah Garden Cafe (Howe St)
  • Miya’s (Howe St)
  • Rudy’s Restaurant and Bar (Howe St)
  • Papa John’s Pizza (Whalley Ave)

Delegates staying at the New Haven Hotel can go to:

  • Jeera Thai (Crown St)
  • Jake’s Diggity Dogs (Crown St)
  • Temple Grill (Temple St)
  • Pacifico Restaurant (Crown St)
  • Pho Ketkeo (George St)
  • Black Olive (Temple St)

For delegates staying at the La Quinta Inn & Suites or the New Haven Village Suites, walking time may be a little longer (20 to 30 minutes); yet, there are still places to visit:

  • The Greek Olive
  • McDonald’s
  • Dairy Queen
  • Town House Pizza
  • Tropical Krust
  • Dunkin Donuts
  • Kevin’s Seafood
  • Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen
  • Brazi’s Italian restaurant
  • Rong Fa Chinese Restaurant

Hopefully, tonight you will not have to go too far for food or have to order it to your hotels after curfew.

The Press Corps hopes you enjoy your last meals in New Haven.