Why Small Businesses Matter in Danbury: Widow Brown’s Cafe
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You are IT Widow Brown’s Cafe!
Four questions with Widow Brown’s Cafe founder Aura Showah.
Why did you start your business?
In 1977, Widow Browns CafÃ© opened. We saw a need in the Danbury area for a casual restaurant with comfort food and good cocktails at a reasonable price.
What is your best-selling product / service?
Our best selling items are our Burgers, French Dip, Ruban, in fact, but everything on our menu is very good!
How many local businesses do you use to support your business (products and services) and can you name them?
We use many local distributors throughout Connecticut, some are Dandy Distributors on Mill Plain Road in Danbury, Cityline Food Distributors in New Haven as well as local breweries such as Kent Falls, Tribes, Housatonic, Nod Hill and Newsylum (for to name a few).
Have you “reimagined” your small business?
We are always interested in changing to adapt to the weather. We have just renovated the facade of the building and installed a garage door to be able to open it when the weather is nice.
Widow Brown’s Cafe Founder Would Like To Appoint Dandy Distributors In Danbury – “A local food distributor who has been in the Danbury area for over 40 years! “
Widow Brown’s Cafe is located at 128 Federal Rd. In Danbury. Visit Widow Brown’s Cafe online here, and don’t forget to check out their Facebook and Instagram pages too!
HamletHub thank you Fairfield County Bank for making our Why Small Businesses Important series possible!