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Fresh just the way you like it Many of our restaurants have enthusi- astically embraced the produce of our local farmers. Youll see that the menus vary more often than the seasons as our imaginative chefs integrate the fresh ingredients into both new and traditional recipes. The growing season brings op- portunities for the restaurants to change up their customary menus with fresh from the farm appetizers entres side dishes and desserts. For slightly more mainstream fresh produce menus visit 116 Crown Basta Trattoria Caseus Heirloom at The Study Home Zinc and The Wharf at the Madison Beach Hotel for a homegrown twist on their delicious offerings. While we love our local farmers we also adore the flavors from around the world. The region offers delectable cuisine from Asia Austria Japan Cuba and beyond. And last but certainly not least is the legendary thin-crust New Haven-style pizza. While this used to refer solely to Pepes and Sallys there are countless new contenders for the title of most delicious pizza. Try any pizza parlor in the region and you are virtually guaranteed a delicious pizza pie. The growing season brings opportunities for restaurants to update their menus with fresh-from-the-farm appetizers entres side dishes and desserts. CALL 1-800-332-STAY 19 dining Olea Creamy Butternut Squash Louis Lunch Derek DudekvisitNewHaven.com