The Restaurant at 323 Main, a newly opened restaurant and bar, sits less than a mile north of downtown Westport where Bogey’s was formerly located.
The restaurant has something for everyone, according to co-designer Mary Collins.
An 80 inch TV makes watching sports a pleasure, but if tasty cocktails are what you’re looking for, 323 has that, too. The restaurant also sells a variety of dishes, but manager Jay Stasko noted one in particular.
“I think 323 fills a void of very high-end dry aged steaks in Westport,” Stasko said. “It’s still a neighborhood place. The burgers are great.”
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The bar, which is made of West African Moabi and sits under a 15-foot vaulted ceiling, seats 22 people with an additional 26 high-top banquet seats in the bar area.
The building was originally an onion barn when it was built in the 1800’s, Stasko said. The exposed beams in the main dining room ceiling add a tasteful historic feel to the restaurant, while everything else holds a modern feel.
The Restaurant opened on March 12 and will be open for lunch in two weeks, according to Collins.