Photo Challenge #400

The door to the small clubhouse at Compo Beach’s Ned Dimes Marina is easy to recognize.

Robert Mitchell, Elaine Marino, Nicola Sharian, Jonathan Prager, Ron Holtz, Mary Stewart, Michael Szeto, Andrew Colabella, Linda Amos, Richard Hyman and Joelle Malec all knew that the white door with blue trim was the subject of last week’s Photo Challenge. (Click here to see.)

But here’s something not everyone knows: That clubhouse is available to rent, for private functions.

And it’s cheap: just $275 for Westport residents, community organizations and companies.

Even better: Civic groups and non-profits get one free rental per year. Click here for details.

This week’s Photo Challenge may be tougher. If you know where in Westport you’d see this, click “Comments” below.

HINT: It is not a new way of reserving an (un-reservable) table at Compo’s South Beach, not far from the Ned Dimes Marina.

(Photo/Ed Simek)


11 responses to “Photo Challenge #400

  1. Jeffrey Ruden

    Entrance to Pane e Bene

  2. Michael Calise

    A stones throw away from the Westport Inn

  3. Andrew Colabella

    Stanton Miles Parking Lot

  4. Mark Soboslai

    Pane Bene Post Road table by the street!

  5. peter j swift

    Panne Bene Post Road
    Peter Swift

  6. Correct – Pane e Bene restaurant, on the Post Road near Southport. Is there a back story, or is this just low-key marketing? Inquiring minds want to know!

  7. Table on Post Road, probably to attract diners to Pane e bene

  8. Photo Challenge # 400! That is truly remarkable, Professor. Here’s to the next 400 . . .

  9. John Terpening

    Gault’s sales staff looking into a new product line and they have been asked to table all their comments.

  10. Mary Ann Batsell

    the parking lot at Panne Bene next to where Stanton Miles
    used to be.

  11. Pane e Bene – left side of entrance to driveway