Now open for lunch, dinner, and convenient take-out!
The Formal Dining Room
Open for lunch through late dinner Tuesday through Saturday, and from 4-9 on Sundays, this lovely room looks out over the Littleton Common neighborhood, and has a refined, sophisticated, intimate feel, with crystal chandeliers, plate glass picture windows and our lovely grand piano. The dining room seats 25 people, so reservations are highly recommended!
Renowned soloists, duos, trios and quartets will be performing in this room in the evenings, once all licenses are in place. We do not know for sure how long the licensing process for live entertainment will take. Please stay tuned!
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The casual dining room is a luscious deep red and gold den with comfortable upholstered benches and chairs, and gorgeous wooden tables from ACT II. Here is where the TV's are, on silent at most times, except during sports events.
There will never be a cover charge in this room.
Stop by for a short one or a long one!
Open all day from lunch until later evening.
Same excellent Mediterranean/ European menu as in the fine dining/ listening room.
Resident artist is our own Lorenzo, who has documented in photo and collage a long history of festivity in our wake.
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ACT III welcomes Chef Joseph, originally from Turkey, now residing in Westford, MA, and sharing his great culinary talent with our community. Specializing in Mediterranean/ European cuisine, Chef Joseph makes everything from authentic ingredients, with great attention to flavor as well as presentation.
The Listening Room
January 31st, 2015
The Harvey Diamond Trio
Legendary jazz pianist Harvey Diamond joins us for one of his last appearances in New England for now, as he prepares to head down south for awhile. Harvey Diamond/ piano; Jon Dreyer/ bass; Joe Hunt/ drums.
February 14th, 2015
Valentines' Evening with The Cercie Miller Quartet
A specially scheduled 8-10 p.m. dinner show for lovers of live jazz. $75 includes multi-course dinner and music with The Cercie Miller Quartet. (not included: alcohoic beverages, tax, gratuity) Cercie Miller/ saxophone; Kevin Harris/ piano; David Clark/ bass; Bob Savine/ drums Seating at 8 p.m.