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To make a reservation or to learn more about special events at elm, please call our Events Department at 203.920.4994 (ext. 802) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
elm is selected by Connecticut Magazine as one of the best new restaurants and earns an honorable mention for best desserts. read more»
Little Foodies at elm!
Beginning Saturday, May 11th and the first Saturday of every month following, Chef Brian Lewis and his wife Dana will be hosting a very special farmer’s market inspired workshop and luncheon at elm, for children ages 8 – 14. Our workshop is intended to inspire children to develop a true excitement and appreciation for amazing seasonal and local food, while they create a signature “Little Foodies Menu” with chef Brian and Dana for the upcoming month, designed around their favorite things found in season at the local farmers market that day. read more»
Celebrate This Mother’s Day at elm!
Featuring a delicious three-course menu with your favorite springtime favorites, with spring lamb, wild nettle risotto, morel mushrooms, sweet english peas, soft farm egg ravioli, rhubarb, fava beans, porcini mushrooms, wild ramps, english peas, honey crème brulee and of course some seriously delicous complimentary belinis! 65 per guest/20 children’s menu for twelve & under, 11:00 am – 7:00 pm read more»
Wine Dinner – Celebrate The Wines of Tuscany with Jeff Barbour
Featuring the celebrated food & wines of Tuscany, offering a five-course menu, with wine pairing and discussion by local wine expert Jeff Barbour of New Canaan Wine Merchants. 125 per guest, includes tax, gratuity and wine pairing. 7:00-10:00 menu>> read more»
Cheese Primer & Feast with local expert Erin Hedley
Featuring a four-course menu paired with select artisan and farmstead cheeses, accompanied by a cheese tasting and discussion with local cheese expert Erin Hedley. 125 , includes tax, gratuity and wine pairing. 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM menu>> read more»
Grass Fed Local Beef Dinner with Craft Butchery of Westport
Enjoy a five-course feast of local grass-fed beef, featuring local butcher and owner of Westport’s Craft Butchery, Ryan Fibiger. Ryan will discuss the many characteristics and values of his locally sourced grass-fed beef and other quality meats as we prepare a delicious menu and wine pairing. 125 per guest , includes tax, gratuity and wine pairing. 7:00 – 10:00 pm menu>>
Chef Lewis will personally meet with you to custom design a menu that meets all your entertaining needs. Let our attentive staff share their passion for hospitality and create an exceptional and memorable event for you and your guests with the inventive cuisine of elm.
please contact us at 203.920.4994 or email@example.com
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“When I made my final list, based on scores of visits to restaurants in twenty American cities, I was looking for great, distinctive food that people will delight in eating, places you’ll want to tell your friends about, take your loved ones to, use the expense account on.” –John Mariani read more»
Here’s what we love. Chef Lewis’s food can be thoughtful without going into the realm of pretentious. Take his dish of Flying Pig Farms porchetta and testa di maiale with “five lilies,” or five ingredients from the allium (onion) family. … read more»
The menu at Elm is always changing, always evolving, and although there are many tempting à la carte offerings the best way to get to know Chef Brian Lewis’ culinary vision is to experience the Chef’s Tasting Menu described as … read more»
Chef Brian Lewis graciously shares his inspired recipe for English Pea Sacchetti – pea shoots, lemon brown butter, parmigianio reggiano, delectable housemade filled pasta to tempt your palate into making a trip to Elm restaurant. read more»
Food and Wine Magazine is honoring one of Fairfield County’s own with the nomination of elm Restaurant’s Caryn Stabinsky as Best Pastry Chef – East Region. The magazine called Chef Stabinsky’s Carrot cake with walnut brittle and caramel ice cream … read more»
Elm Restaurant celebrated its first birthday on the first day of Spring, March 20th. Within one year of being in business, the modern American restaurant has earned many accolades including the title of “Best New Restaurant” by Connecticut and Esquire … read more»
This year, Lewis cemented his status as one of the best chefs not working in a major city, or any city, taking his talents to New Canaan, Connecticut, sixty-seven minutes from Manhattan by train, cooking for people who work in … read more»
Citing its collection of nearly 90 architect-designed mid-century modern homes, among them Philip Johnson’s famous Glass House, the state’stourism board is touting New Canaan, CT, as the main destination for trueMad Men aficionados. In addition to the mid-century homes, you’ll find elm Restaurant, … read more»
Chef Brian Lewis is doing his thing, his way — creating dishes that “slide, slip, crunch, awaken or calm you.” His menus are like music. He composes moments, three to four bites (notes) at a time. read more»