Ben & Jerry’s New Haven

NEW HOURS! Open everyday from 3-9pm for “grab & go” items.



Also, we are doing our own delivery within a 5 mile radius for a $3.00 fee and a  minimum of $15.00 order.

You can choose any menu item but prefer to do hand packed, pre packed pints and prepared cakes.
Call the store at 203-712-4300 pay with a credit card and your delivery will arrive within 30 minutes.

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Ben & Jerry’s New Haven

159 Temple St. (next to the OMNI Hotel)



Dear New Haven and our friends around the world. For 45 years we’ve relished the opportunity to serve delicious, healthy food. While we are social distancing to help combat Covid-19, we look forward to the day when we can all break bread together again.

Please consider purchasing a gift card to help us in these historic times. You can order cards from our web site and they will be mailed directly to you.

Thank you. Please stay home, stay well. xx We miss you! 💕


Contact-less Curbside Pickup

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Yes! We are excited to announce that we now offer take-out!

Enjoy a nourishing meal provided to you by your favorite local bistro – that’s us! Missing your favorite homemade pasta? Not a problem! We’ve packaged our homemade pasta into pasta-kits for you to cook at home. We also have soups, salads and entrees available in family-sized, and don’t worry, there are vegetarian options too. Need a delicious wine to go along with your meal? We’ve got you covered.

We are taking all the necessary precautions to make sure we keep everyone safe and healthy, following the CDC’s recommendations plus some. We will be sanitizing regularly and asking all (including purveyors) to do so too.

This is how pickup will work. When you arrive to ROIA we ask that you wait outside and call us to let us know you are here. We will bring your food out to you and place it in the trunk of your car. Or, if you prefer to come inside, we’ll let you in one at a time, and we’ll place your take-out bag on a table for you to pickup.

With your support we’ve been able to bring four of our wonderful staff members back to work today to launch the take-out program!  We hope to increase that number with increased demand, so send us your orders big and small!  Thank you in advance for giving us a reason to do what we love most  – providing our friends with nourishment! We look forward to seeing you very soon and offering you the comfort of delicious food!

Stay safe, stay healthy, stay strong!

Thank you!

The ROÌA team

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Tuesday – Saturday 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
*Please order in advance*


ROÌA Restaurant

261 College St, New Haven

Preserve cleanup, annual meeting, and more.

About our Name and Mission

On January 1, 2020, New Haven Farms and New Haven Land Trust merged into a single organization after several years of close collaboration and partnership. We have worked over the last six months to integrate our programs and systems, recruit a new Executive Director, and develop a new name that reflects our history, mission, and direction.

We are excited to announce we are now Gather New Haven. 

Our tagline conveys our commitment to connecting people to each other as well as to our shared natural resources, and the importance of doing so to grow a vibrant community: Neighbors and Nature Thriving Together / Vecinos y Naturaleza Prosperando Juntos.

Our mission reflects the shared histories and commitments of our two predecessor organizations while challenging us to grow deeper in our collective engagement with our community:

Gather New Haven promotes health, equity, and justice for people and the environment by cultivating connections with each other and our local lands and waters, and by inspiring us to care for ourselves, our community, and the natural world. 

New Haven Land Trust, Connecticut’s first urban land trust, was founded in 1982 to preserve open land in New Haven and give city residents opportunities to access and learn about the environment. New Haven Farms was founded in 2012, growing out of Fair Haven Community Health Center Diabetes Prevention Program.

Gather New Haven emerges at a time of pervasive uncertainty when we cannot gather physically. We are acutely aware of how this crisis has highlighted the critical importance of safe ways to enjoy and steward our open spaces and natural resources. Even now, we are engaging with our community to weather this crisis together and emerge connected, resilient and strong.

Gather New Haven’s innovative programs center on the intersection of urban agriculture, public health, community development, entrepreneurship, and environmental education, enjoyment, and stewardship. As we enter the 2020 growing and outdoor recreation season under the weight of a global pandemic, we are determined to:

  • Support and guide the work of 800+ individuals and family members gardening in over 50 community gardens;

  • Engage more community members at risk of diet-related diseases in our nationally-recognized Farm-Based Wellness Program;

  • Cultivate and harvest over 30,000 pounds of fresh, organically-grown produce across our farms and gardens;

  • Recruit high school students to join staff as Growing Entrepreneurs who learn new skills and run social enterprises while representing Gather New Haven through their carpentry and agriculture work at farms and gardens throughout the city;

  • Provide arts, nature, and educational programming in our six nature preserves; and

  • Offer a dynamic coastal nature and sailing camp experience to over 400 children, supporting many through scholarships, or, if this is not possible in 2020, offer alternative programming for children and families to explore New Haven’s harbor and waterways.

Why Gather New Haven?

Gather New Haven is more than a combination of two organizations.  It is a fresh take on our commitment to the people and natural places that make New Haven a treasure.  Our name manifests the central importance of human relationships in our work: friendship, family, togetherness, community.  It also conveys the diverse elements of our city’s ecosystem: food, people, gardens, preserves, Long Island Sound, rivers, and coastline.  Like the rivers that gather into the Sound, our collective work is fed by strongly-held values of opportunity, inclusion, belonging, equity, curiosity, learning, accountability, integrity, and power of place.

Last fall we convened three community forums to discuss our merger.  Those conversations highlighted the value people place on the strong community connections they have created in our gardens, preserves and through our various programs.  Graduates of our Farm-Based Wellness Program as well as our community gardeners are passionate about creating community spaces, growing food, and promoting community health.  Our nature preserves attract families, neighbors and bird watchers engaged in protecting and enjoying the natural environment. Our new name and tagline reflects how important it is for people to connect with each other as they connect with the natural landscape.

In a time when collective health and safety demands physical distance and isolation, we are reaching out to our constituents and gathering our various resources to respond to emerging needs in our communities. We have offered our cooler space for food storage and are partnering with other organizations to expand food production this summer. We are also looking beyond the current crisis to a future in which Gather New Haven plays a critical role in cultivating opportunities, places, experiences, and events that once again bring people together in common purpose to build a strong, resilient, equitable, and healthy New Haven.

We invite our many supporters and funders to join us in the next stage of our work as we mobilize people and resources to become a more healthy and vibrant community where neighbors and nature thrive together.

Explore our new web site at   

Contact us at 203-562-6655 or

Grand Acres Work Day: An event you make possible by giving! Photo by Ian Christmann.
Your donation waters a garden, protects a habitat, introduces a kid to nature, and enables a family to grow its own food. Give today and help now. Become a Perennial Partner and put your gift to work year round. Give to the endowment and keep it growing forever. Give now.

Luke Bryan with special guests Morgan Wallen and Caylee Hammock at Xfinity Theatre in Hartford on Friday, June 19 has been rescheduled to Thursday, August 13, 2020.


Tickets will be honored for the rescheduled date.  For any further ticket inquiries please reach out to point of purchase.

Lady Antebellum with special guests Jake Owen and Maddie & Tae at Xfinity Theatre in Hartford on Sunday, June 14 has been rescheduled to

Sunday, September 27, 2020Tickets will be honored for the rescheduled date.  For any further ticket inquiries please reach out to point of purchase.

Hull’s Art Supply – 1144 Chapel St., New Haven – 203-865-4855


Free Items Available from The American Red Cross
All items are FREE and on a first come first take basis. Items are in North Haven.

10- locking 4 drawer files cabinets, with keys!
1  – locking 2 drawer file cab/safe, with keys!
1  – 4 drawer Lateral File cab, Black, no key
5  – Matching Tables, 2’ x 6’, Grey non- folding, Very Good condition
1  – Bookcase Dark Wood, 34”w x 48”h, Very Good Condition
1  – Credenza, Wood, 71” x 20”, Very good
5  – Desk Chairs with arms, good
1  – Microwave, small, works
1  – Storage Cabinet, Tall 78”h x 36”w
1  – Rolling Easel, 2 sided, 30”w x 57”h
3  – Bulletin Boards, 2’ x 3’
Misc desk top office items

Please email that you are interested.

Contact Walter for Items