Napa & Co. in Stamford Closing This Saturday

11 Jan
Halibut and wine at Napa & Co in Stamford CT

Napa & Co. will be serving its last meals this Saturday.

We just confirmed with the restaurant that Napa & Co. in Stamford will be closing for good. The Stamford institution was long seen as not only one of the top restaurants in Stamford, but also in Connecticut. Their last day of service is this Saturday, 1/14/17. Sources tell us that staff was told about the closing last night. We have no further information at the time about what restaurant will take its place.

Good luck and well wishes to everyone at Napa & Co.

5 Responses to “Napa & Co. in Stamford Closing This Saturday”

  1. Anthony Cortese January 11, 2017 at 4:37 pm #

    Good! Mary has no respect for good honest feedback. This place was long overdue to close…. overpriced and overrated. Sorry people lost their jobs but if you ignore your customers feedback and keep thinking your Sh*t don’t stink, eventually you will fall victim to your patrons who’s feedback you have ignored

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  2. unsatisfiedmind January 11, 2017 at 3:45 pm #

    Here’s hoping that the last line in their Facebook goodbye, “Hope to see you soon… Maybe in another incarnation…stay tuned!”, is an indicator that they already have something else in the works.

    Think they’d do great as the anchor over at Harbor Point now that Paloma has apparently finally closed.

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    • James N January 12, 2017 at 6:33 am #

      Bar Rosso 2.0?

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  3. Marie Schlump January 11, 2017 at 2:07 pm #

    Always sad when a s mall business closes

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