Barolo Trattoria & Wine Bar on Main Street will close its doors on Friday, according to a post on its Facebook wall. The restaurant at 136 Main St. had been in business since February 2014. “Thank you all for your love and support over the past few years,” the post said. “This Friday will be Barolo’s final day of business.
For the first time ever, May Fair will open its rides to visitors on the Friday night of the weekend that the hugely popular event runs. “Friday Night Lights” will run from 5 to 9 p.m. on May 8—featuring just the rides, a performance stage and select food vendors Baskin-Robbins, Joe’s Pizza and Chicken Joe’s—and the full, cherished annual fair running about 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. the following day, said Richard DePatie, parish administrator at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. “We’ve been talking about it, off and on, for a number of years, and weather is a factor,” DePatie told NewCanaanite.com. He explained that in recent years, foul weather has caused organizers to hit pause on May Fair for periods of time on the selected Saturday, and that affects how much money can be raised (the fair benefits charities through the St.
For the first time in more than a year, the space at 136 Main St. is officially in business. Barolo Trattoria and Wine Bar opened to the public on Feb. 19. And ever since, a seemingly endless stream of people has passed through its doors…much to the delight of owner Gary Weinstein of Greenwich.