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Positano has been gone from Old Mill for nearly 3 years. But “06880” readers have not forgotten it.*
Even though it’s abandoned and empty, current and ex-Westporters recognized Dana Kuyper’s photo of the interior — with Long Island Sound in the background — as that popular restaurant. Many referenced its much-loved predecessor — Cafe de la Plage — too. (Click here for the photo.)
Congratulations to Fred Cantor, Mary Palmieri Gai, Chip Stephens, Rich Stein, Christopher Buckley, Luke Garvey, David Sampson, Jonathan McClure, Linda Amos, Tom Siebrasse, Linda Stern, Dana Brownell, Marion Kelly, Cindy Zuckerbrod, Stephanie Bass, Ralph Balducci, Bert Reisman, Sandy Rothenberg, Shirlee Gordon, Kelle Ruden, David Abrams, Mitzi Lyman, Peter Swift, Stephanie Ehrman, Seth Goltzer, Fran White, Grover Fitch, Eileen Belmont, Andrea Metchick, Mary Ann Batsell, Claire Hurley, Ken Palumbo, Rosalie Kaye, Peter Ritchey, Mike Moore, Mark Soboslai, Amy Katz and Jeanine Esposito. You know your old restaurants!
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*Nor should anyone else. It’s still serving great food, at its new location next to the Westport Country Playhouse.
At first glance, the early morning scene near Old Mill Beach looked funny — a Halloween prank several months early:
Toilet paper in a tree. No biggie. A bit of cleanup required.
Kids will be kids. Ha ha!
But then neighbors read this note, posted to a tree:
Suddenly, things were not so funny.
In fact, they turned deadly serious.
Because here is one of the stickers, on the homeowner’s car: