MICHELIN-STAR CHEF OPENS THE HAMILTON IN NEW HAVEN

BOUTIQUE ACCOMMODATION FEATURES DINING BY MICHELIN-STAR CHEF

The city of New Haven in Connecticut, stomping grounds of the prestigious Yale University, is now also home to its first high-end boutique hotel, The Blake, one of the few in New England.

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The Blake, a fusion of casual elegance and cosmopolitan flair, thanks to London-based Alexander Waterworth Interiors and Maryland-based HVS Design, is named after the first female graduate from Yale, Alice Blake.

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Each one of its 108 rooms offers classic design elements such as upholstered headboards, mahogany furnishings and velvet-covered seating, with contemporary flourishes including crisp white walls, spacious closets and full kitchenettes for the longer-term guest.

Photo credit: Read McKendree
Photo credit: Read McKendree
Photo credit: Read McKendree
Photo credit: Read McKendree
Photo credit: Read McKendree

The restaurant, Hamilton Park, and rooftop bar (debuting in the spring) are run by Michelin-starred chef Matt Lambert, of New York City’s acclaimed Musket Room. The restaurant’s menu is focused around its wood-fired oven and the array of New England produce that’s available.

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Acclaimed mixologist Eben Freeman (formerly of wd~50 in NYC) created the cocktail program.

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