Three very different local businesses have stepped up to help, in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
- Westport Country Playhouse will open its lobby to the public to charge cell phones, laptops, etc. beginning tomorrow (Wednesday, October 31) at 11 a.m. Free coffee, too!
- Barcelona restaurants in South Norwalk, Fairfield, Stamford and Greenwich offer working bathrooms, charging outlets, and free WiFi. Everyone is welcome. No purchase required — you can even bring in your own food, if you like.
- And Westport Invitations — at the foot of Long Lots Road, behind Bertucci’s — is open all week long as a free charging station. Power, cable and phone lines are available for all.
That just scratches the surface. If you own — or know of — a business or organization that’s helping everyone from customers and clients to complete strangers, click “Comments.”
Thanks to all, from a grateful town.
Nice to see people working together and not arguing stubbornly about politics Sent all by myself from my iPhone!
Wave Hill Breads Bakery & Cafe at 30 High Street in central Norwalk (between Post Road and Wall St.) is open weekdays from 8 am to 3 pm. and weekends from 9 am to 2 pm. Recharge yourself and your laptops – we offer free Wifi, a comfy environment, mellow music, great coffee and of course all of Wave Hill’s terrific breads, pastries and hot soups are available.