If you’re looking for delicious pre-made meals, look no further. We pop by Garelick & Herbs at least once a week to pick up prepared dinners or made-to-order salads. They have a great selection of soups, salads, proteins, sides, and desserts!
The food tastes as beautiful as it looks in this Westport-based restaurant. The bar makes great cocktails too. Their burger is insane and I am a big fan of the hamachi sashimi.
Little Beet Table
When I heard that one of my favorite NYC restaurants was opening on Greenwich Ave, I got so excited and tried it right away. The food is phenomenal but just a heads up that they seem to still be working out the kinks in their service. My personal favorite things to order include the kale and cucumber cocktail (made with tequila), the sheep’s milk ricotta, the crispy spirulina rice bowl, and the chili-glazed octopus.
Kawa Ni is a Japanese restaurant but it’s not sushi-focused. They make Japanese pub food and it’s heavenly. The lamb dan dan, miso cucumbers, tofu pockets, and the scallop nigiri are must-haves. They also make my favorite cocktail in all of Fairfield County (true story), The Kyushiki, an Old Fashioned made with smoked soy sauce. If you’re really feeling crazy, get a sake bomb!
The Whelk is, without a doubt, my favorite local restaurant. Anel and I go here for anniversaries, birthdays, date nights, and everything in between. I’ve never once eaten anything there without loving it and the vibe always feels like The West Village on a Saturday night. If you go to one restaurant in FFC, make it The Whelk. And don’t miss the green goddess deviled eggs with fried oysters and the crab toast.
Spotted Horse Tavern
Whenever I meet a girlfriend in Westport for lunch, I pop into the Spotted Horse for the Chinese chicken chopped salad. It’s one of those always-there-for-you type of restaurants. It’s not the best food in Westport but it’s always a solid choice. It’s also really cozy in the winter with a big fireplace.