Friday, January 21, 2011

French Press to Adopt New Name, New Concept

The Westbrook restaurant has been closed this week
with plastic over the windows obscuring the transformation going on inside. On
Tuesday, a sign hung outside the restaurant proclaiming its new name is
"Tranchemontagne's," named for its owners, brothers James and Andre
Tranchemontagne. The sign describes it as "BBQ, Cajun and comfort mixed with a
fun time," with food, a bar and delivery serving lunch and dinner Tuesdays
through Sundays.
- John C.L. Morgan


josh said...

This place has spent more time in your newspaper, then it has being open for business! Hope it works This Time!

Anonymous said...

Looks like the owners can't find anything that works. Maybe they should stick with their business that work and stop criticizing others.

Westbrook Diarist said...

Downtown would be a less interesting--not to mention less delicious--place if James's and Andre's businesses weren't there.

As for his criticism of others, at least he attaches his name to his critiques.


BMorgan said...

I couldnt imagine downtown without their businesses either. Good luck on the new one guys and I'll be by ( havent had a chance yet! )