WESTPORT, Conn. – A barbeque join that’s gained something of a following over the past 11 years is kicking off a 3-month celebration before closing its doors.
Bobby Q’s Restaurant was opened in the fall of 2004 and has “become known as a local watering hole for families, couples and friends … seeking award-winning BBQ, creative house drinks and the best live music in Fairfield County,” said owner Bob LeRose in a statement.
LeRose said the restaurant’s last day of business will be March 31.
“We are looking forward to celebrating with our friends and family over the next three months, remembering all the good times that were had – birthday parties, family dinners, celebrations and more,” LeRose said, adding that there are still good times to come.
LeRose said he was saddened by the closing of the restaurant at 42 Main St., but optimistic about his future. He said the eatery will be offering several deals and promotions in the coming weeks to help in the celebration.
In the month of January, Bobby Q’s will celebrate National Pie Day by offering each table a complimentary slice of pie. Members of the Westport police and fire departments also will have the opportunity in January to take 50 percent off of their dine-in or take-out bill, LaRose said. Additional promotions and contests will be announced through the end of March.
Other deals historically offered by the restaurant will continue to be offered, including the Monday and Tuesday night promotions that allow children under 12 to order anything from the kids’ menu for $3 per child. The establishment’s Saturday evening indoor concert series also will continue with live music starting at 10 p.m.
To learn more about the restaurant and learn more about upcoming performers, visit Bobby Q’s Facebook page .
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