Generations of Westporters loved Oscar’s. One of the main reasons was longtime owner Lee Papageorge.
Another reason was Ali. One of Lee’s 2 daughters, she grew up in the downtown hangout. Like her father, she welcomed regulars and newcomers with friendliness and energy.
Ali always loved retail and service. Last March, she started opened a consignment shop. Olive My Stuff is named after her youngest daughter, Olive — Lee’s grandchild.
Her store is on Main Street — in Monroe. She would love to be on Westport’s Main Street, but rents are prohibitive.
Her goal is to build her business, move here, and serve some of her dad’s former customers.
This Saturday (March 24) marks her first anniversary. She’ll celebrate with prizes, refreshments, and pop-up vendors.
Olive My Stuff is hip and eclectic. Oscar’s fans will recognize Ali’s unique style.
Plus, they’ll see a photo of Lee Papageorge, in a place of honor at the front counter.
(Olive My Stuff is at 590 Main Street, Monroe.)