Of Course: Restaurant Week Returns

After a few years of meh, Westport’s dining scene has roared back.

So here’s some food for thought.

The Westport Weston Chamber of Commerce’s “Restaurant Week” starts this Sunday (September 30). Actually, it’s 2 weeks — all the way through October 14.

Throughout the event, 25 restaurants — from Saugatuck to Southport — offer prix fixe meals. They range from $15 to $25 for lunch, $25 to $40 for dinner, $15 and up for brunch.

New this year: The Naan.

This is a perfect chance to head to new spots. Then visit an older one you’ve always wanted to try.

And after that, hit up an old standby.

On October 15, you can head to the Y.

Participating restaurants:

  • 190 Main
  • Amis
  • Boathouse
  • DaPietro’s
  • Gray Goose
  • Harvest
  • Julian’s
  • Le Penguin
  • Matsu Sushi
  • Naan
  • Pane e Bene
  • Pearl
  • Positano’s
  • Rio Bravo
  • Rive Bistro
  • Rizzuto’s
  • Sakura
  • Spotted Horse
  • Tarantino
  • Tarry Lodge
  • Tavern on Main
  • Terrain Garden Cafe
  • Tutti”s
  • Via Sforza

For more details, click here

One response to “Of Course: Restaurant Week Returns

  1. Obviously, I am a long time gone from Westport. Of the participating restaurants, the only familiar name is Pearl. I understand it’s no longer a quaint storefront on Riverside. I am sure there is excellent cuisine offered by the several places listed. Still, I have emotionally strong memories of Dameon’s, Clam Box, Chubby Lane…and the place at the bridge (now named) and Riverside that offered supreme blue fish!

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