Mitzvah Find: The Granola Bar

The Granola Bar, a popular spot for breakfast, lunch and brunch in Westport, Connecticut, now has it’s own truck and can travel to your child’s Bar Bat Mitzvah reception.

Julie Levitt and Dana Noorily are two Westport, Connecticut moms with years of combined business experience and a passion for food. They first co-founded Oats Granola, currently sold at Whole Foods.

Their purple truck can function as a full off-premise catering truck. They can do everything from exit treats like Frozen Hot Chocolate, S’mores Bar and home made Rice Krispie treats to a Sunday brunch of bagels and salmon, specialty coffee and smoothies.

The truck can travel anywhere in Connecticut and Westchester County, New York, for private parties. They can do a set menu or a truck fee and work ala carte for pricing.


Granola Bar
The Moms with their very popular granola

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Homemade Granola with a side of yogurt and fresh fruit

The Granola Bar

Extensive menu of delicious coffees, smoothies, wraps and…

 Granola Bar

Yummy cupcakes


Granola Bar
Amazing assortment of baked goods


Mobile kitchen serves up specialty coffee drinks, smoothies, baked goods, yogurt parfaits and more!

For more information on The Granola Bar food truck check out their website, The Granola Bar or call them at 203-906-2244

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