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ROIA Restaurant

Housed in what was originally the restaurant of the historic Taft Hotel, the romantic charm and grandeur of this architectural gem have been restored to create a setting where you enjoy great food.

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Housed in what was originally the restaurant of the historic Taft Hotel, the romantic charm and grandeur of this architectural gem have been restored to create a setting where you enjoy great food.

Located in the heart of downtown New Haven, next to the Shubert Theater and adjacent to Yale University Campus, ROIA restaurant (pronounce ROY-uh) is named after a river that flows between the border of France and Italy. This river originates in the French Alps and merges into the Liguian Sea at the Italian town of Ventimiglia. Like the river that is its namesake, the cuisine at ROIA has current running through the rich traditions of both France and Italy, creating a unique culinary experience. The confluence of nature's seasonal bounty and the craft of local farmers and fishermen is the inspiration for the restaurant's menu.

Other amenities: restaurant

 

Other Amenities: Bus Parking, Meeting/Event Facilities

Dates of Operation: Year-round.

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Location:

261 College St.
New Haven, CT 06510

Hours:

Tue.-Sat.: Lunch 11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.,
Dinner 5 p.m.–close.
Sun.: Brunch: 10:30 a.m.–2 p.m.,
Dinner 4:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

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