‘Lost Restaurants of Fairfield’ author slates appearances
Updated 1:48 am, Thursday, February 18, 2016
The author of a new book about Fairfield’s culinary past plans a series of appearances to promote the book in coming weeks.
Patti Woods, whose “Lost Restaurants of Fairfield” chronicles the history of local dining establishments dating to the 18th-Century Sun Tavern, will discuss the book and sign copies at the three events.
Feb. 27, 2 p.m.: Woods will appear at the Barnes & Noble book store, 1076 Post Road East in Westport.
March 10, 6 p.m.: Woods will be among the food and drink experts featured at special program at the Fairfield Museum and History Center, 370 Beach Road, planned in conjunction with the “Giving Day” program sponsored around Fairfield County.
The museum program will include samples of the chili made from the recipe once featured at the legendary Kuhn’s restaurant that once stood on Tunxis Hill, paired with a tasting of beer from Two Roads Brewery in Stratford.
In addition to Woods’ presentation on her book, the program will include Will Siss discussing his new book, “Connecticut Beer: A History of Nutmeg State Brewing.”
March 28, 7 p.m.: Woods will be the featured speaker in the “What’s Cooking” series at the Fairfield Public Library, corner of Old Post and Post roads.