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Fairfield Restaurants Update

All photos and text courtesy Fairfield Citizen: (links added)

Renovations are underway at the former Chat-n-Chew coffee house at 2217 Post Road, Fairfied, as a new restaurant, Sefita Falafel, prepares for its opening. Photo: Gary Jeanfaivre / Fairfield Citizen

Old Post Tavern, at the intersection of Post Road and Unquowa Road in downtown Fairfield, is getting ready to open its doors to the community. Photo: Gary Jeanfaivre / Fairfield Citizen

Gray Goose, a new European-style tavern at 246 Old Post Road in Southport, formerly home to the Wine Knot, is scheduled to open this month. Photo: Gary Jeanfaivre / Fairfield Citizen

Vinny’s Grill & Grotto, a casual eatery specializing in thin-crust pizza, wings and nachos, will open this month at 93 Post Road, Fairfield, — the former home of the Reef at Ash Creek and, before that, Ash Creek Saloon. Photo: Gary Jeanfaivre / Fairfield Citizen

Tomato & Basil Pizzeria and Café is opening its doors on June 1, 2010, at 1876 Black Rock Turnpike, Fairfield. Photo: Gary Jeanfaivre / Fairfield Citizen

Photo and text courtesy of the CT Post:

NHL hockey star, and current New York Ranger, Chris Drury autographs a Rangers cap for George Rimakis, of Weston, at the new Colony Grill, in Fairfield, Conn> which opened Friday, May 28th, 2010 in the former Fairfield Stationers Drury, a Trumbull native, is a co-owner of the new restaurant. Photo: Ned Gerard / Connecticut Post (Great article in the Citizen)

Still no word on Bonda other than this:

Cooper said that he plans to open a restaurant, retaining the name “Bonda,” in Fairfield in late June or early July. He chose not to identify the address until negotiations are concluded.

Empty and (maybe) available:

Kicking Horse Grill‎
17 Pease Avenue

Fraiche Restaurant‎
75 Hillside Road
Greenfield Hill Center

Lupita’s Restaurant‎
238 Post Road