'Back to normal.' South Norwalk bars, restaurants gear up for larger crowds this New Year's Eve

At Tablao Wine Bar and Restaurant, there will be a DJ so folks can dance their way into the new year.

News 12 Staff

Dec 30, 2022, 12:48 AM

Updated 532 days ago

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Restaurants and bars across South Norwalk are getting ready for larger crowds this New Year's Eve after two years of very low turnout due to the pandemic.
Public Wine Bar is all booked up for the holiday.
"To be out like normal people. Back to normal," says Emmanuel Fernandez, of Public Wine Bar. "I think that's the main goal."
At Tablao Wine Bar and Restaurant, there will be a DJ so folks can dance their way into the new year.
"Everyone wants to be out," says Andres Alvarez, of Tablao. "Everyone wants to party right now."
Shawn Longyear, the owner of Spread, says people are in the festive spirit.
"We're super excited this year," says Longyear. "We're keeping it local with SONO 1420, which is a local distillery around the corner. All the drinks will be from them -- their vodka, their gin, their bourbon."


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