David D'Amico and Edward Tkach moved to Westfield from Charleston,SC and brought some of the antebellum look and feel along with them. Since then, they have taken us all by surprise winning the Chautauqua Observers' readers poll in both the BEST RESTAURANT and The BEST BUSINESS in WESTFIELD categories.
5 star reviews all sight the tasteful atmosphere, the friendly staff, the amazing food at reasonable prices.
The Parkview is located at 3 East Main Street, and has a beautiful "park" ''view" with outdoor seating in the summer months. The new owners have an elegant new look, talented new Chef and a robust new menu.
The Parkview originally opened for Breakfast and Lunches, but now has expanded to Sunday Brunches and a full dinner menu (Wed - Sat) with a complete wine and beer list.
The restaurant has taken on a historical look of Westfield in the early 1900's to include large black and white prints of Westfield's history including Grace Bedell and Abraham Lincolns connection to the town.
A new look all around including white table cloths, antique Currier and Ives china and Chandeliers adorn the front window seating. Only homemade butter, breads, desserts, dressings and sauces are used...
The restaurant takes pride in the fact that nothing is bought packaged, nothing is deep fried or microwaved on the premises. For example, one of their lunchtime specialties, the chicken pot-pie are made to order from scratch.
The Grits are southern style and are shipped each week from South Carolina's famous Palmetto Mills.