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Ships Restaurant Westport, CT (back in the day)....

tjd241 | Feb 16, 201111:16 AM     41

Dating myself here (granted), but does anyone remember the restaurant in Westport Center ( CT )... Called Ships?? I'm talkin during the 80's, it was there on the Post Rd right smack in the center of town. Now its Tiffany & Co... before that it was Eddie Bauer. WAS a great place. Had friends who tended bar there and waited tables... good times cocktailing.

SOMEWHERE I have seen at another restaurant recently where the menu had a reference to their Seafood Bisque being the very same recipe from the now closed Ships. I cannot for the life of me remember where I saw this but it was someplace in Greater Ffld County. Can anyone be of help here finding it perhaps?

thx folks... tjd

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