NIXS Evergreen to open in December 2015!
NIXS Evergreen will be open for business in December just in time for holiday parties at 500 Evergreen Way in South Windsor CT as part of the Promenade Shops at Evergreen Walk.
Nixs is a sophisticated neighborhood lounge, bar and restaurant that will seat 100 guests with a small private dining space available.
Booking parties now at NIXS Evergreen
When you host your next event at NIXS Evergreen, you'll experience exceptional taste, style and superior service. Their extensive event planning experience will make planning your special events seamless and stress-free!
NIXS Evergreen Private Dining RoomTheir private dining room can accommodate up to 25 guests for a plated dinner or a cocktail party.
NIXS Evergreen Dining Room
You can book the dining room for a private event of up to 100 guests for a plated dinner or a cocktail party.
About NIXS Evergreen South Windsor Location:
Paying tribute to the other NIXS restaurants, Boston Harbor Island, Nix’s Mate, and Nixs Hartford, the newest addition to the NIX family, NIXS Evergreen will carry on their traditions of seasonally inspired fare, and handcrafted premium cocktails that capture the true spirit of New England, in the heart of an upscale shopping district.
More info coming soon!
The Promonade Shops at Evergreen Walk
500 Evergreen Way
South Windsor, CT 06074
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Nixs is part of The Bostonian Hospitality Group, with locations in Boston, Nantucket, Hartford, South Windsor, Plymouth, and Newburyport. For more information, visit http://www.nixsevergreen.com/.
Nix's Mate is one of the smaller islands in the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area. In 1726, upon his arrest, officials brought pirate captain William Fly to Boston, where he was executed. His body was then gibbetted on Nix's Mate to serve as a warning to sailors not to turn to piracy. Before his execution, Fly famously scolded the hangman for incorrectly securing the noose, then retied it himself. His body, with those of two other pirates, is buried on the island. Pleading not guilty to the end, one pirate predicted the Island would sink into the sea to prove his innocence. Since 1803, the island has disappeared each day in high tide.