Any ‘Port In A Storm

The forecast says snow for the next few hours.

But — fingers crossed! — there are only flurries right now. And the winds have brought only very scattered power outages. (Five customers were out at 9 a.m.; they were restored by 9:30.)

So The ‘Port — the warm, welcoming casual restaurant in National Hall, just across the river from downtown — has put out the word: They’re open all day.

“Soup is on,” say owners Sal and Melissa Augeri. “There’s complimentary hot cocoa for anyone who joins us today.”

And, they add: “PJs are welcome!”

 

3 responses to “Any ‘Port In A Storm

  1. Flurries? Not down at the Sherwood Mill Pond. Nice snow drifts, too.

  2. Janette Kinnally

    We are there if we can get out. It is pretty bad on our street and they have not plowed yet. Guess it depends where you live in Westport on how bad it seems. It is pretty bad in our area.

  3. Just skied over there for a delicious dinner. My wife and I almost got blown off the bridge on the way back.

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