Westporters Feast on Restaurant Week(s)

Westport’s dining scene has exploded over the past year.

It’s tough to get to all the new places — while also staying true to old favorites.

So here’s some food for thought.

The Westport Weston Chamber of Commerce’s “Restaurant Week” starts this Sunday (October 1). Actually, it’s 2 weeks — all the way through October 15.

Throughout the event, 26 restaurants — from Saugatuck to Southport — offer prix fixe meals. They range from $15 to $25 for lunch, $25 to $35 for dinner, $15 and up for brunch.

This is a perfect chance to try out 3 new spots: Amis in Bedford Square, Bistro du Soleil by the train station and The ‘Port in National Hall.

In June, 1st Selectman Jim Marpe (with scissors) joined Munoz del Castillo family members and friends too open Bistro du Soleil. It’s a great new restaurant on Riverside Avenue, just steps from the train station.

Then you can go visit an older one you’ve always wanted to try.

And after that, hit up an old standby.

That still leaves plenty of time to visit other participants.

On October 16, you can head to the Y.

The ‘Port is a family favorite — with a great riverfront deck.

Participating restaurants:

  • 323 Main
  • Amis
  • Arezzo
  • Bistro du Soleil
  • Boca
  • DaPietro’s
  • Gray Goose
  • Harvest
  • Julian’s
  • Le Penguin
  • Pane e Bene
  • Pearl
  • Positano
  • Rio Bravo
  • Rive Bistro
  • Rizzuto’s
  • Rothbard Ale + Larder
  • Sakura
  • Spotted Horse
  • Tarantino
  • Tarry Lodge
  • Tavern on Main
  • Terrain Garden Cafe
  • The ‘Port
  • Tutti”s

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