WESTPORT, Conn. The wait is almost over, Westport. The Spotted Horse Tavern , the newest addition to downtown dining, will begin welcoming customers Thursday night, Westport resident and developer David Waldman announced Monday.
The creation of restaurateurs Kevin McHugh, Pete Mennona and Tommy Febbraio, co-owners of the Gray Goose in Southport, the Spotted Horse will offer new American cuisine. Pedro Garzon, head chef and owner of the former Café Manolo, will lead the kitchen.
Located in the restored 1802 Sherwood House on Church Lane, the Spotted Horse will be open every day for lunch, dinner and, of course, drinks. Highlights of the restaurant include a fireplace, bar, outdoor patio and gas lanterns.
The restaurant looks fantastic and will be a great addition to our town, Waldman said in the announcement. His company, David Adam Realty, owns the property.
Thursdays nights opening party will begin at 6. Cocktails and light food will be served.
(Read more about the Spotted Horse Tavern here .)
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