The 203 Hot Spot The granola bar

Located at 275 Post Road East in Westport sits The Granola Bar, home to the healthiest eats around. With booths throughout the rustic restaurant, the cafe offers a comfortable experience for all. Based on the variety of customers and the business of the small brunch cafe, The Granola Bar has certainly lived up to expectations and seems to maintain its popularity since its opening in 2013.

“It's a total hot spot if you like eating healthy, yummy food.” Rachel Seidman ’17 said

Due to the booming business, the demand for seating can become overwhelming, which can make customers reluctant to go back after a long wait. “The Granola Bar has a small space so service slows down when it's crowded, especially on weekends,” Eden Schumer ’18 said.

Although the long waits can be burdensome, the healthy, tasty food is worth it. “They offer a variety of food, all of which is good for you, and are often times adding new things to the menu for customers to try,” Rachel Seidman ’17 said. “I don't necessarily have a favorite, but I really like ‘The Dana’ and the ‘Brussels and Kale Salad’.

“Granola Bar aesthetic just gives off good vibes that makes me want to eat there all the time.” Dimitra Ippolito '18 said

“They offer a variety of food, all of which is good for you, and are often times adding new things to the menu for customers to try,” Rachel Seidman ’17 said, “I don't necessarily have a favorite, but I really like ‘The Dana’ and the ‘Brussels and Kale Salad’.

“Although it's a pretty typical place, the food is one of my favorites.” Mia Diagnault '20

There are a variety of different foods and beverages at The Granola Bar that contain milk and nut products in them. Along with these dishes, they do offer non-peanut and milk contained food and beverages options but this still creates concerns for those who suffer with a peanut allergy or are lactose intolerant due to cross contamination. “I do not like the Granola Bar because I will die if I eat there. It is not peanut allergy friendly because of cross contamination,” Tanner Wood ’17 said.

“I always have fun when I'm there and the food isn't too expensive, either.” Eden Schumer '18

The Granola Bars pros seem to outweigh its cons due to the wide popularity the small cafe has among the Staples Community. “It's a total hot spot if you like eating healthy, yummy food!” Rachel Seidman ’17 said.

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