SOUTHPORT, Conn. -- Paci Restaurant, located in Southport's historic train depot, is ready for its grand reveal.
The eatery -- with a new menu -- will reopen on Tuesday, Sept. 5th after a two-month long redesign. The revamped space showcases a fashionable color scheme, new furniture and floors and a repositioning of elements giving the interior a fresh and refreshing atmosphere.
In addition, a redesign of the front entrance has been relocated to create easy access to a more spacious welcoming area. And, there's a new gleaming 1,000 square foot glass walled bar that showcases a stunning quartzite bar with spacious seating surrounded by an architecturally designed aluminum louver system.
Diners will also find patio seating hedged with lush greenery.
Renowned Chef Robert Patchen and his wife Donna are the owners and driving force behind the restaurant which has been serving Italian cuisine in a modern classic style for over 21 years.
“These new changes represent the evolution of Paci,” explained Donna.
“Our focus is to continually give our loyal customers a quality experience, while we introduce ourselves to a new generation of diners who seek a casual and modern energetic ambiance.”
Paci Restaurant is at 96 Station Ave., 203-259-9600, www.pacirestaurant.com/.
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