Third generation, family-owned restaurant serves up to 75 people with small bar area and outside patio dining.Read More
At the turn of the 20th century, Salvatore and Annuziata Consiglio arrived as immigrants and settled among the Amalfi community centered around Wooster Square in New Haven. By 1938, with the help of their seven children, they opened a neighborhood family restaurant across the from "The Big Apple" building. It was not so much a restaurant, bur an extension of their own kitchen and dining room, serving only the freshest ingredients and generous portions, with reasonable prices.
In the early 1960s, major city redevelopment of the area required a move and the business relocated to the present site and was named "Consiglio's Restaurant."
Today, the second and third genration of Consiglio's continue the family tradition by offering customers the finest Italian food at reasonable prices with friendly, gracious service. Still serving the best of Annunziata's southern Italian recipes including hand-rolled Cavatelli, Braciola, Veal Saltimbocca, Lasagna and Eggplant Rollatini. Some new favorites include Chicken Amalfi, Veal Champagne and Filet Mignon Gorgonzola.
The outside patio is for summer dining and certain Thursday nights offer cooking classes/
Consiglio's full-service catering is the a great choice for meetings and events of all sizes. The professional staff handle the setup, service and clean up. For smaller budgets, you can order trays of the classic Italian cooking and handle the rest yourself.
Other amenities: Catering, Parking
Pricing: Entrees $11-$20 (+).
Other Amenities: Open After COVID, Bus Parking, Meeting/Event Facilities, Special Rentals
Dates of Operation: Year-round, open daily.