You will enjoy strolling, but even more so, you will enjoy all of the wonderful eating spots, stop into any and you will be happy.
There are lots of restaurants and cute boutique shops along Chapel Street. There is also a convenient movie theatre - Bow Tie. You do need to be careful - lots of pandering in this area, which surprised us.
Lots of creative shops along at least the 1100 block of Chapel. My teen daughter loves it too because she takes a summer course called Explo at Yale and has fallen in love with the city I was born in.
This street is in the midst of the Yale community. It has a variety of small upscale shops and businesses, Art Galleries, restaurants and a hotel and mall. I happen to enjoy Atticus bookstore/ restaurant for a cup of soup or good sandwich or pastry. Bread is excellent and they have a fresh takeout sandwiches during lunch, all in the... More
The 2-3 long blocks of Chapel Street between Church and York Streets are filled with snazzzy restaurants, shops featuring upscale clothes, jewelry, gifts. home accessories, Atticus Bookstore and Cafe, and the Yale Art Gallery, Yale British Art Museum and the Yale Repertory Theater. There is on street parking that is convenient and accepts credit cards. Do some shopping, eat a... More
I recommend walking the section of Chapel adjoining and then east of Yale as part of a visit to one of Yale's museums, or to Yale itself. As you get west of Yale it becomes less interesting, and can be problematic.
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