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    Sedona Taphouse At Waypointe

    August 11, 2015

    Waypointe Sedona Taphouse

    450 craft beers. 50 beers on draft. Perfectly seared hand cut steak.

    If any of that has your mouth watering, Sedona Taphouse (515 West Avenue Norwalk) should be the next restaurant on your must-visit list. The new location’s in The Waypointe’s central piazza, so you won’t have to go far! Need more convincing?

    Here are eight reasons you should head to Sedona Taphouse ASAP.


    1) They have a large selection of beer…/

    500 styles of beer. That’s enough to keep you tasting for a lifetime! Sedona Taphouse has been voted “World Class” by *Beer Advocate* for good reason. If beer’s not your thing, move along. Just kidding--they also have tons of wine and spirits to keep everyone happy. Enjoy a drink to perfectly complement your meal.

    2) ...and an even larger heart.*

    Not long after moving in, Sedona Taphouse announced it’s Steak Out for Charity fundraiser, scheduled for four Mondays in a row this summer. You may have missed the first few, but you can still make it to the August 17 event. They’ve partnered with Stepping Stones Museum for Children right here in Norwalk. All you have to do is buy a Black Angus Flat Iron Steak for $10 (dine-in only, lunch or dinner) on August 17, and Sedona Taphouse will donate 50% of the proceeds ($5) to the museum. We love them so much more for pouring back into our beloved Norwalk museum!

    3) They’re bringing us back uptown.

    Norwalkians, for too long, we’ve considered SoNo the main destination for restaurants and entertainment in Norwalk. But with the upcoming arrival of popular Barcelona and Colony Grill, along with some great new entertainment options, uptown is poised to make a comeback. The best part? The latter restaurants are moving right downstairs at The Waypointe.

    4) There’s not one fried thing on the menu.

    Ron Duckstein, co-owner of Sedona Taphouse, says, “The menu lends itself to business people as well as families.” And seriously, he means it. In addition to their steak and seafood, 40% of the menu options are gluten-free, or can be made that way. Sedona Taphouse offers surprisingly healthy options for a restaurant serving so much beer. Hey, it’s all about balance, right?

    5) They’ve got plenty of space.

    5,100 square feet of it, to be precise. “Versatile” is probably a good way to describe this space. You could comfortably host a big birthday party, a coworker’s happy hour, or a romantic dinner. Most events fit, as the space is large, but doesn’t end up feeling empty or warehouse-ish due to warm and inviting decor.

    6) Sunday Beer School.

    If you’re looking for us on an average Sunday from 1-3pm, check the bar at Sedona Taphouse. That’s when beer school is slated to happen, and it’s a magical time when you get to sit with the bartender and learn about 10 different samples of beer. This is one class you won’t want to skip.

    7) They’re right downstairs.

    Stop worrying about having “one too many.” No, we’re not advocating a departure from responsible drinking. But if you live at The Waypointe, you won’t have to worry about transportation to and from Happy Hour! Enjoy the evening; home is waiting for you right upstairs.


    Did we mention that one of the owners of Sedona Taphouse, Jeff Hardy, is planning on renting a luxury apartment at The Waypointe? Get your own luxury rental in Fairfield County’s “Gold Coast” by getting in touch with us today!