Thanks to everyone for coming out to our grand re-opening of Town Hall on My 14th! We had a one heck of a shindig and seeing your smiling faces brought joy to ours.
Many of you inquired about our business hours for Town Hall and we wanted to address that here. So pull up a chair and let’s chew the fat shall we?
Town Hall is essentially a “seasonal” restaurant meaning that during our busy time (May through November) we have limited public facing hours while during our slow time (December through April) our restaurant hours are more expansive and open up considerably. The reason being that we want to be able to give you the dining experience you deserve when you come out to Town Hall and have crafted our restaurant hours with that as our guiding principal. We will of course, keep everyone updated if anything changes and to notify you of future events like our monthly Chef Pairings that highlight local vendors and other upcoming and hair-raising hootenannies.
2022 Town Hall Summer & Fall Hours:
Friday Dinner with live music from 5 – 9
Saturday Lunch from 11 – 2
While keeping your experience in mind we want to gauge interest on hosting a weekly Sunday brunch.
Chime in if you want to be a part of the Brunch crowd!
See you soon at Town Hall!
We have our next Chef Pairing at Town Hall scheduled for this Sunday, May 22nd from 5 – 8 with Kuenzel Valley Winery. And we’re showing off some pics on Facebook from our inaugural pairing with Paddlestop Brewery in New Haven to give you a feel of what to expect. This month’s paring menu is:
Spinach and apple salad with candied walnuts
Apple wood smoked bay scallops
Fresh apple mulligatawny soup
Braised pork belly with root vegetable and blue cheese mash.
Honey apple bread pudding
Each course will be paired with a wine from Kuenzel Valley Winery to compliment flavors.
There will be limited seating for this and all Chef Pairings so make your reservation today!
Price for this fixed menu and pairing is $50. Please message directly for details on purchasing.
The first inaugural Chef Pairings at Town Hall will start on Wednesday, April 27 from 4-7. This will be a ticketed and all inclusive event with limited seating featuring Chef Todd’s cuisine and Paddle Stop Brewery located in downtown New Haven.
The menu for 4/27 is:
Roasted beet and goat cheese watercress salad with balsamic reduction
Seafood Vol Au Vent
Spring pea soup with lemon creme fraiche
Charred beef filet with pineapple mango salsa and spiced sweet potato purée
Mixed berry medley with white chocolate creme anglaise
Each course will be paired with a beer from Paddle Stop to compliment flavors. There will be limited seating and price for this fixed menu and pairing is $50. Please message directly on Facebookor call our front desk at (855) 778-7222 for details on purchasing.
See you there!
Howdy folks, it’s been a hot minute since we updated you on the goings on over here at Town Hall and let me tell you—we’ve got it going on!
We will be back and officially re-opened to the public on weekends starting Saturday, May 14. We have a new menu that Chef Todd put together and we can’t wait for you to sample some of his wares! Also, there will be live music and of course great craft beer.
We’re kicking off a monthly tasting series at Town Hall called Chef Pairings—with the first one being held on Wednesday, April 27 from 4-7. This will be a ticketed and all inclusive event with limited seating featuring Chef Todd’s cuisine and Paddle Stop Brewery located in downtown New Haven. This pairing features an aperitif followed by a five course meal. More details of this pairing will be released early next week on our Facebook page so stay tuned!
At Town Hall we want to highlight and partner with local vintners, beer geeks, musicians, and artisans who make the community a vibrant one. If you haven’t been out to see us for a while it might be a good time to change that!