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Open for Business: Fairfield and Southport

If you're a local business owner who is open for business post-Hurricane Sandy, please post your info in our comments section below to let readers know.

With so many local businesses still recovering from the effects of Hurricane Sandy, Patch is compiling a list of businesses that are open and serving the community. Are you open for business? Post in the comments thread the name and address of your business, the hours you’re open. Plus, please include any special services, products or other information that might be useful to the community. For example, do you have wifi, fresh water, or charging stations? Let us know and we’ll publish it on Patch, in our email newsletter, and on our Facebook page.

Local businesses we know are open as of Friday afternoon:

  • Pink Cupcake Shack - 1215 Post Road - open Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. WiFi and outlets for appliance charging available.
  • Visiting Angels (1305 Post Road, Suite 106 -homecare for seniors) - available to help seniors with cooking, cleaning, dressing, bathing, laundry, etc. Call them anytime: (203) 254-0402
  • Liana's Trattoria - 591 Tunxis Hill Road - phone charging is available.
  • The Gray Goose - 246 Old Post Road, Southport
  • SBC (2600 Post Road)
  • Centro Ristorante
  • Las Vetas Lounge - 27 Unquowa Road
  • Catch a Healthy Habit Cafe - 39 Unquowa Road
  • The Pantry - 1580 Post Road
  • Chef's Table - 1561 Post Road
  • Old Post Tavern - 1418 Post Road
  • Colony Grill - 1520 Post Road
  • Luigi's Plaza (Post Road/near Bridgeport line -- includes Luigi's Restaurant, Milk Plus, Tai Jaing Takeout)
  • Post Road Plaza (next door to Luigi's Plaza)
  • Apizza Center - 116 Post Road
  • Hunan Pavilion - 80 Post Road
  • Pizzeria MOLTO - 1215 Post Road
  • Fairfield University Bookstore/Cafe - 1499 Post Road
  • Starbucks - 1740 Post Road
  • Dunkin Donuts - 593 Post Road
  • Duchess - 625 Post Road
  • Doughnut Inn - 592 Post Road and 2480 Black Rock Turnpike
  • McDonald's - 536 Post Road
  • Circle Diner - 441 Post Road
  • 16 Handles - 1300 Post Road
  • Sweet Rexie's - 1552 Post Road
  • Angus Steakhouse - 2133 Black Rock Turnpike
  • Subway - 2341 Black Rock Turnpike
  • Duchess - 2315 Black Rock Turnpike
  • Moe's Southwest Grill - 2267 Black Rock Turnpike
  • Pazzo Pizza - 2505 Black Rock Turnpike
  • Country Cow Deli - 2505 Black Rock Turnpike
  • Barcelona Fairfield - 4180 Black Rock Turnpike -- offering a place to charge appliances, no purchase necessary!
  • Primo Pizza - 2424 Black Rock Turnpike
  • Chili Bomb - 2445 Black Rock Turnpike
  • Lilac House - 2480 Black Rock Turnpike
doreen battimelli November 03, 2012 at 02:44 PM
A&S Italian Fine Foods. Prepared Foods, Fresh Meats, Deli Sandwiches. Open and ready to serve you. Stay Safe. Be Well.
Dorothy Reynolds November 03, 2012 at 03:24 PM
Optical Alternatives is open – 2480 Black Rock Turnpike. Monday-Friday 10:00 – 6:00, Thursday until 7:00, Saturday 10:00 – 5:00 and Sunday 10:00 – 2:00. Come in, charge your devices and see our beautiful selection of eyewear with over 2,000 frames on display.
Brad Kimmelman November 03, 2012 at 03:59 PM
William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty is open in Fairfield and in Southport.
Caitlin Mazzola November 03, 2012 at 05:01 PM
Per an email -- that's Andros Diner that's open, not Athene (though if Athena is open, please let us know in the comments!)
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