Greenwich is Accepting Beach Concession RFPs. Deadline: Jan. 27 at 3pm

friesThe beach concession contracts at Tod’s Point and Island Beach are up for renewal.

RFPs are posted on the Town of Greenwich website and the deadline is 3:00pm on Jan 27, 2016.

The north and south concessions at Tod’s Point are up for bid strictly as a pair. The building that houses the concession, the Susie Baker pavilion, has been redone and includes extensive outdoor seating.

The Sue H. Baker Pavilion at the old barn. Photo: Leslie Yager

The Sue H. Baker Pavilion at the old barn. Photo: Leslie Yager

According to the Town of Greenwich website, from April 1 to Nov 1 of each year, the concessionaire must staff both the North and South concession stands daily from 10:00am til sunset. Any extension of days beyond Nov. 1 must take place only at the North concession stand. Any deviation of this policy after Labor Day must be approved by the Dept of Parks & Rec.

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Island Beach is located about one mile from the shore of central Greenwich. Photo Leslie Yager

The Island Beach concession is also up for bid. Island Beach is located approximately one mile off shore from central Greenwich.

According to details on the Town of Greenwich website, Island beach attendance for past four years is:

  • 2012 – 37, 124 visitors
  • 2013 – 22,942 visitors
  • 2014 – 35,794 visitors
  • 2015 – 38,584 visitors

The minimum annual license fee for Island Beach is $10,000.

See also:

Hikes for 2016 Greenwich Beach Fees Approved. Expect Uniformed Police Presence Starting Memorial Day.

Greenwich Concession Stands Coming up for Bid at Tod’s and Island Beach


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  • TheTruth

    The current concessioner is terrible…the food is expensive and bad, and the service is slow.

    BRING BACK DON ROMEO! His food was cheaper, better and faster