With the closing of the popular Attilio's Restaurant at Simsbury Farms, the town of Simsbury is seeking proposals for a new restaurant/concessions business to take its place at the public golf course, according to a Department of Culture, Parks and Recreation release.
Attilio's owner Attilio Ceneviva announced in early October that the restaurant would close at the end of the month. Among the reasons for closing the business Ceneviva cites difficulties in working with the Town of Simsbury.
The office of the Simsbury Finance Director issued a Request For Proposal and will be accepting proposals until Nov. 15, 2012. Proposals can be sent to: Finance Director, 933 Hopmeadow Street, Simsbury, Conn. 06070, according to the release.
Once the deadline has passed, the proposals will be opened in public by the Director of Culture, Parks and Recreation, according to the release.
The contract and bid documents can be found at the office of Culture, Parks and Recreation or by calling 860-408-4682. The town reserves the right to reject any and all bids if it is deemed in the best interest of the town, according to the release.