Galileo's Restaurant was a restaurant located in the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale.
155 Temple Street, New Haven, Connecticut 06510.
It was situated on the 19th floor of the hotel and was promoted as a fine dining, American Cuisine experience. According to the New York Times, it appears that the telescopic view from high above contributed to the naming of the restaurant as "Galileo's" in tribute to the famous astronomer, Galileo.
Based on the Omni Hotel's website, around 2004 the Galileo's Restaurant was replaced by John Davenport's at the Top of the Park Restaurant.
Although it was replaced around 2004, it appears Yale still called the restaurant "Galileo's Restaurant at the Omni" as late as 2013 in its dining recommendations.
However, Galileo's Restaurant is not the same restaurant as the current John Davenport's at the Top of the Park Restaurant. They are completely different restaurants.