Check out these new eateries across Connecticut, from a new \u201cfeel good\u201d pizzeria in West Hartford to a Stratford food truck rolling out fresh seafood. \u00a0 The Bridgeport-based business began crafting luxury bomboloni doughnuts this summer, starting with an airy brioche dough. Owner Chinnie Lala's unique confections are then customized with dozens of cream, jam and curd fillings: salted caramel ganache, Nutella, chocolate mousse, dulce de leche, fruity pie filling, cheesecake and chantilly cream in exotic tropical flavors. The business takes pre-orders for the doughnuts through its Facebook page, to be picked up at its commercial kitchen, or delivered within Bridgeport and surrounding towns like Trumbull, Milford, Easton, Fairfield and Stratford. Magical Fantasia is working on a storefront, which will open at 609 Fairfield Avenue across from Dollar General. 480 Barnum Avenue, 475-298-1701, facebook.com\/magicalfantasia. \u00a0 September in Bangkok\u2019s Winyu Seetamyae and Jirawat Saeliw opened NOA on Crown Street on July 25, focusing on the cuisines of northern and northeast Thailand, near the Laos border. The regional distinction is seen in dishes like khao soi (northern Thai curry noodles) and several varieties of larb, or northeast Thai meat salad. NOA is also a cross between a restaurant and a nightspot, with an emphasis on bar business.\u00a0 200 Crown St., 475-234-5239. Cafe Amici owners Michael Migliaro and Stephen Barraco relocated their Italian restaurant to a larger Whitney Avenue space. They filled the vacancy with The Pharmacy, an American fusion eatery, with dishes like Colombian empanadas, lomo saltado, Korean sticky ribs and Cajun jambalaya. As a nod to the former pharmacy that occupied its space in the 1990s, the owners also crafted shots named for medicines and served in syringes: the Botox, the Booster, the Tranquilizer. 1670 Whitney Ave., 203-848-1685, facebook.com\/pharmacyrestaurantandbar. Oath Pizza, a growing "feel good" pizza chain that got its start in Nantucket, recently opened its first Connecticut location in West Hartford's Blue Back Square. The restaurant serves "pizza reinvented," intended for "people who want to eat better without giving up the foods they love," according to its website.\u00a0 Oath's pizzas are crafted with a hand-stretched crust. Pizzas, available as a large size with thick crust, personal size with thin crust, or with a chickpea crust, include classic cheese and pepperoni options. A Tuscan sausage pie features ricotta and balsamic drizzle, and a "Spicy Mother Clucker" is built with roasted chicken, pickled red onions, sriracha, spicy aioli and scallions. "The Works" includes Italian sausage, pepperoni, mushrooms, green peppers and red onion, and a "Muffled Trushroom" with mushrooms and ricotta is enhanced with truffle sauce that's grilled and seared in avocado oil, then topped with fresh produce and organic proteins.\u00a0 The brand offers a variety of dairy-free, gluten-free, plant-based, and vegan options, and serves products from companies like Applegate Organics, Banza and Beyond Meat. 67 Memorial Road, 860-595-3400, @oathpizza. Gillian and Charlton Webb and their nephew, Omari Wright, recently opened Island Cho Caribbean Cuisine in the former Hidden Kitchen space. Island Cho serves both Trinidadian and Jamaican dishes, with options like jerk chicken, stew pork, curry goat, red snapper, rasta pasta, roti and oxtail. A \u201cplantain cho\u201d appetizer is a signature item, featuring crispy shrimp wrapped in sweet plantains. 448 Washington Ave., 203-891-5228, @islandcho101. Just about five years after debuting Grano Arso in Chester, Joel and Lani Gargano introduced a new concept to Old Saybrook: a market and cafe with freshly made pastas, baked goods and specialty Italian products.\u00a0 Gargano Pasta & Italian Market, which debuted July 28, opens for breakfast each morning with coffee from Giv in Canton and breads and pastries by baker Patrick Gargano (Joel\u2019s father), including croissants and Italian sweets like cannoli and biscotti.\u00a0 The on-site \u201cpasta lab\u201d will produce daily varieties like spaghetti, spinach campanelle, rigatoni, tagliatelle and garganelli, and dine-in guests can enjoy prepared pasta dishes like spaghetti cacio e pepe, campanelle and sausage or toasted rye pappardelle with lamb shank ragu. Other savory options include antipasto selections, salads and sandwiches on focaccia bread, built with porchetta, Italian beef and prosciutto and sopressata.\u00a0 75 Main St., facebook.com\/gargano.pastact. The Bloom family of Copps Island Oysters joined forces with Matt Storch, the owner of Match Restaurant in South Norwalk and Match Burger Lobster in Westport, to launch the seasonal Copps Island Oyster Shack in late June. The trailer is open at Stratford's Brown's Marina five days a week, serving a full menu of "fresh treats from the deep": raw and cooked oysters and clams, lobster rolls, fried seafood sandwiches and more. The Blooms bought the Brown's Marina property a few years ago, and they were looking for a way to make the best use of it, said Jimmy Bloom, a third-generation oysterman who works alongside his father, Norm. Norm Bloom, whose father and uncle's shellfish farming experience goes back to the 1940s, founded Copps Island Oysters in 1994. 638 Selby\u2019s Pond Road (formerly Stratford Avenue), facebook.com\/coppsislandoystershack. After noticing pizza by the slice was somewhat of a novelty in Bridgeport, Queens-raised Joseph Tola decided to offer it at his new pizzeria and gelato shop, Una Dolce Vita on Broad Street.\u00a0 Tola initially intended to sell only gelato, and was ready to open the shop in March 2020 when the pandemic hit. During the two-year pause, he decided to add pizza to the menu, and ultimately decided to offer what he grew up with \u2014 pizza by the slice, for $3 apiece. Customers can choose Sicilian and regular slices and signature creations such as the Una Dolce Vita pie, a mix of margherita, white and pesto.\u00a0 940 Broad Street, 203-612-7636, facebook.com\/unadolcevitact.