Today marks the middle of Restaurant Week. Rowene Weems had “a lovely dinner outside on a beautiful night at Harvest. The atmosphere was magical, with lights and a full moon. There is also something cool about being next to the train station.”
For more on the Westport Weston Chamber of Commerce event, click here.
There’s always something new on Westport’s dining plate.
Even during the pandemic, new restaurants opened all around town. Long time eateries adapted, tweaking menus, offering takeout, and rising to challenging times.
Now’s your chance to sample them all — old and new.
The Westport Weston Chamber of Commerce’s “Restaurant Week” starts today (Sunday, October 17).
Actually, that’s a misnomer. The event is 2 weeks — it runs all the way through October 31.
The Westport Weston Chamber of Commerce-sponsored event features 15 spots (one for each day of the promotion). They offer prix fixe meals, from one end to the other, with a variety of cuisines and price points.
Lunches begin at $20; dinners, $25. Brunch, from $25 up, is also offered at some locales.
California-Mediterranean fusion is on the menu at Capuli, in the former Westport Pizzeria Post Road East space.
This is a perfect chance to head to new spots. Then visit an older one you’ve always wanted to try.
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