Subject: Join SavorCity Bridgeport for Happy Hour at Eat Noodle Fri. Nov. 9

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SavorCity at Eat Noodle 
Friday, Nov. 9, 5-7pm
Explore the Food, Music and Art of Bridgeport

We invite you to join us at SavorCity, a monthly tour of Bridgeport restaurants, food, art and music, showcasing the cultural delights and hidden gems of Connecticut’s most diverse city. Our sixth visit is to Eat Noodle at 269 Fairfield Ave, in downtown Bridgeport, next door to The Bijou Theatre. This visit coincides with and is part of the celebration of the BRIDGEPORT ART TRAIL.
SavorCity features monthly visits to neighborhood restaurants where guests can experience the authentic local cuisine of Bridgeport’s many neighborhoods including Brazilian, Chinese, Thai, Puerto Rican, Colombian, Italian, Jamaican, Mexican, Portuguese, Turkish, Vietnamese and more, as well as the works of Bridgeport’s artists and musicians. 
Our exploration continues with Happy Hour at Eat Noodle in downtown Bridgeport. Eat Noodle is Skye Kwok's unique spin on the growing noodle soup market in Bridgeport, with options like pho, ramen and specialty items like curry soup. Any ramen lover will tell you--it's all about the broth. At Eat Noodle they build layers of rich umami flavor with the help of mushroom stems, fresh ginger, kombu (a type of edible kelp), sesame oil, and, of course, low and slow heat. Our musician for the evening is Rick Reyes and the art on the walls will be new light paintings by Cris DamTo secure a place, visit
This event runs from 5pm to 8pm with extended "Happy Hour" prices. We hope that many of our guests, following their meal, will adjourn next door to The Bijou Theatre for a Bridgeport Art Trail performance, Latin AmericaNA, curating and starring Rick Reyes, sponsored by the Art Trail and WPKN, starting at 8pm. Tickets for Latin AmericaNA here.
Cristobal Dam was raised in Alaska and Spain. He moved to New York City in his teens where he became a painter, curator, and community organizer. For over two decades, his art channeled his origins and talents, uniting diverse cultures that each uniquely contribute to life being robustly lush. He co-founded Dam Stuhltrager in 1998 – one of the early galleries catapulting Williamsburg’s rise as an arts center. After time in Berlin, Germany, where he opened a gallery and an art project space, he returned to the U.S. Cris now has a studio in Bridgeport's historic arcade mall. At Eat Noodle, he will be showing several of his new paintings featuring incandescent lights. 
Rick Reyes is a singer, songwriter, producer, and curator. Mixing a cinematic vibe with a superlative flair for blending various musical traditions, from classic American rock to salsa, merengue, latin jazz and reggae, he breaks the confines of any single tradition, offering in its place a serving of diverse musical narrative from around the globe. This sound, he comments, represents the unique talents emerging from the northeastern U.S. into the consciousness of the world music stage. Rick curated the Latin AmericaNA show that follows SavorCity at the Bijou Theatre at 8pm.
Curating the art is Jane Davila, Managing Director of The NEST Arts Factory. Curating the music is musician Rick Reyes. Funding by Capital for Change is assisting in marketing the restaurants. A calendar of participating restaurants will be announced shortly. For details on each tour, and upcoming restaurants, see our website at and please "like" and "friend" us at To reserve a seat for Happy Hour at Eat Noodles, go to:
We are most grateful to Hatch 130 for sponsoring this event:

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