The author of\u00a0Lost Restaurants of Fairfield\u00a0will appear at the Trumbull Library at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 13. Patti Woods has written a book, featuring stunning images and mouth-watering recipes, outlining the culinary history of Fairfield. The book brims with bygone and beloved eateries and watering holes. Discover some of these lost classics, from the Sun Tavern \u2013 where George Washington enjoyed a few victuals \u2013 to the Scenario, where local celebrities always had a seat reserved at the bar. \u00a0The best doughnuts in town were at the corner of Post and Beaumont at Devore\u2019s, while Art Green served up his famous chocolate cream pies at the Pie Plate. Join author Patti Woods for a generous serving of nostalgia complete with nachos from Sidetrack\u2019s, chili from Kuhn\u2019s and maybe even an ice cold beer from the Driftwood at this fun library presentation. Books will be available for purchase and signing by the author. \u00a0A copy of this area restaurant history would make a great holiday gift! Free and open to the public. \u00a0Registration requested through the library\u2019s website \u00a0www.trumbullct-library.org\u00a0or by calling 203-452-5197.