High George, the rooftop restaurant and bar at The Blake Hotel

The Blake Hotel Reopens High George Rooftop Restaurant with New Spring Garden & Menu

High George, the rooftop restaurant and bar at The Blake Hotel in New Haven, CT, has reopened with a springtime garden with seasonal greenery and décor to align with award-winning chef Anderson’s new spring dishes and drinks. The hotel touts the space as an "ideal New England destination for small meetings and events."

Guests can enjoy new breakfast dishes (served 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.) like lemon ricotta pancakes with fresh blueberries, avocado toast with caper crème fraiche and smoked salmon, and an array of breakfast sandwiches. New dinner dishes (available 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.) include tuna tartare, roasted salmon, gemelli giardiniera and crispy half chicken. Features spring cocktails are Crushed Dark 'N' Stormys, The Gold Adventure, with Pelotón de la Muerte Mezcal, lime and orange juice, the Oasis with Roku Gin, raspberry puree, Chambord and cherry liqueur, and the Susnet with Reyka Vodka, orange juice and Aperol.

The rooftop space, which has been adorned with lush ferns, ivy and birds of paradise plants, is open Tuesday through Saturday. All hotel employees will be required to wear masks. Guests must wear masks upon entry and departure, as well as when standing and visiting restrooms. The restaurant requires reservations to be made through OpenTable.com to help ensure safe distancing.

“We hope our guests are as excited as we are to reopen. We look forward to seeing old and new faces, and to ensure our guests feel safe and comfortable,” said Tom Sullivan, general manager of The Blake Hotel, in an announcement. “We have been fielding inquiries for the last few months and are ready to share our special venue with everyone.”

High George is available for private, intimate events and gatherings. For more information, call the hotel directly at (203) 390-5352.

Visit www.theblakenewhaven.com.

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