Saturday, March 23, 2013
New menu items are in the works.
Saturday, March 23
The following is a press release from the Downtown Westfield Corporation: Xocolatz Restaurant & Grill located at 235 Elmer Street is now offering brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 3 pm. Due to the popularity of the Sunday brunch and at the request of their loyal customers, Xocolatz is now offering brunch on Saturday. Owner Jaime Chaves said “We always strive to provide the best to our customers. Not only are we updating our brunch menu, but we just rolled out new lunch, dinner and dessert menus. Customers are ‘eating it up’.” Xocolatz, established in 2002, was originally a dessert and coffee shop in a tiny storefront on Elm Street in Downtown Westfield (hence the name Xocolatz for chocolate). Xocolatz is much more than just …
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Order now for Sunday, Feb. 3.
Hosting a Super Bowl Sunday party and need a little help with the menu? Or, want to watch the game without having to worry about preparing a feast? Local merchants may have just the thing to score a touchdown with hungry guests. Jeffrey's of Westfield is offering a game day menu with pick up available between 2 and 4 p.m. Sunday. View the attached document for a list of choices. Robert Treat Deli is billing itself as 'Super Bowl Party Headquarters.' The Quimby street caterer recommends ordering early "to avoid disappointment." View the attached document for a list of options. Xocolatz is offering its regular catering menu with the addition of the Super Bowl staple: chili. The catering menu can be viewed online by clicking here. Looking …
Friday, May 18, 2012
Owners Jaime and Ana Chaves are thanking the Westfield community by giving out free chocolate chip cookies through Saturday, May 19.
Although etiquette dictates that a 10th anniversary is customarily commemorated with tin, Xocolatz is celebrating with the commodity that made the Elmer Street restaurant a success: chocolate chip cookies. From now through Saturday, May 19, owners Jaime and Ana Chaves are offering free chocolate chip cookies to anyone who stops in as a way to show their appreciation for their partons' continued support. "The community has been great with helping out," Jaime said. "Word of mouth has been our biggest advertising tool." The couple started the business on Elm Street a decade ago in the former home of Dunkin' Donuts. Jaime said he and his wife cleaned out the space and intended to serve just coffee and desserts. Working side by side from the …