Southport is a former borough in the town of Fairfield, Connecticut, and also a census-designated place. It is located along Long Island Sound between Mill River and Sasco Brook, where it borders Westport. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 1,585. Settled in 1639, Southport center has been designated a local historic district since 1967, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971 as the Southport Historic District.
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4.5 based on 203 reviews
We dined here at this elegant restaurant on the New Year's Eve Package. They had a wonderful 5 course dinner with perfect selections for each course. Food was first quality and excellent preparation. The service was very good. The only negative was the attire of the servers. Being New Year's Eve and everyone dressed properly and the fact that this is a highly rated restaurant, we were disappointed on how the servers were dressed in casual pants/jeans, button down shirts and sneakers. We expected that they would have been dressed properly and not like we were in McDonald's. Even all black attire if not jackets would have been more appropriate especially at a restaurant in this fine Hotel and area.
Since we were on the Delamar Hotel's New Year's Eve package, it also included a bar buffet breakfast in the morning which was not special, but adequate and tasty.
4.5 based on 56 reviews
On the Post Road in Fairfield, easy parking. Very tasty pasteries, croissants, quiches and bread. Very well staffed. Fast and helpful. Prices are on the high side but not outrageous compared to the taste and freshness of the food.
You just cannot compare Isabelle Vincent to other bakeries. I love the almond and blueberry croissants, at $3.70. I always buy at least one of each. I also like the bacon & onion quiche at about $5.70. Semolina bread is excellent, a long baguette is $5. Macaroons and fruit tarts are super. I haven't tried the chocolate desserts yet but they look unbelievable.
4.5 based on 263 reviews
It was great.
My son has been going there for years,but I never had the chance.
I had a New York Dog,and a Chicago Dog.
I would have no problem existing eating the New York Dogs for the rest of my life.
The fries were great.
Staff and service were super.
4 based on 140 reviews
We went here for dinner on Valentine's Day. We ordered from their regular menu. They offer a nice menu and have nightly specials- appetizers, salads, sandwiches, fish, chicken and beef dishes, drinks and desserts. We started with Turkey meatballs appetizer - very fresh and tasty. For my main course I had the Miso Salmon with vegetables- very flavorful and fresh. My husband had the Salmon Sliders- very tasty. We shared the Chocolate Lava cake for dessert(came with a scoop of gelato). I also had a cup of coffee. We enjoyed all and had very good service.
4 based on 78 reviews
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We live very close to Paci at the Southport Train Station so when I saw a glass addition being constructed last summer I wondered what would happen when the trains went by. We learned on St. Valentine's Day. There is no sound whatsoever but the...MoreLWDCT Thank you for the lovely compliments about the new glass bar. We are happy to hear how much you enjoyed your meal and the new lemon ricotta cheesecake. We look forward to serving you again. Donna
4.5 based on 114 reviews
Love Life and Pizza at Brick and Wood....and we did! We wanted a quick bite for dinner and thought pizza was a good idea.
Brick and Wood is a very cute clean open restaurant eatery. Where you can watch the pizzas being made and cooked in the artisan oven.
We started with the Black Truffle Burrata and prosciutto platter which was excellent! Then a margarita pizza to share. It was the perfect light bite.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
Classic 50's real atmosphere...seriously, it's been around since then! My husband has been coming since the 60's, and these are the same great roast beef sandwiches he recalls. It's still in the same family, just the next generation(s). I love the hot roast beef with the gravy on the side for dipping while my husband prefers the cold. Always worth getting off the highway for if we are in the area!
4 based on 202 reviews
We had a very enjoyable dinner. They offer a very nice menu- salads, appetizers, pizzas, soup, fish, chicken, burgers, desserts and drinks. We started by sharing a margarita pizza with mushrooms. It was served piping hot and was very tasty and fresh. For my main course I had cod with roasted potatoes and asparagus- it was very fresh and a good size portion. My husband had the Pecorino Chicken- with broccoli and mashed potatoes. It had two good size chicken cutlets- had leftovers to bring home. I tasted his Chicken - it was very tasty. We skipped dessert as we were full. In addition we had very good service.
4 based on 52 reviews
This was our first visit to this restaurant. The menu is loaded onto an ipad- to order from. They offer a large menu- appetizers, rolls, soup, noodle dishes, vegetable dishes, chicken,pork, fish. drinks, and dessert. We ordered two appetizers- steamed vegetable dumplings, spring rolls. They were very good. For my main course I had steamed chicken and vegetables- very fresh and tasty. My husband had the Chicken Chow Fun- very good as well. In addition we had very good service.
4.5 based on 147 reviews
We had a lovely meal here - Antonio, the owner, comes form a family who have run many restaurants in the area that have been our favorites over a long time. Gracious host, wine 1/2 price on Mondays and Tuesdays (yay!), and my Gnocchi were wonderful.
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