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Table for 11: 6 More Eateries Join Woodbury Restaurant Week

WOODBURY – Table for 11, please…

Six more of Woodbury’s eateries have committed to participate in Woodbury Restaurant Week 2019, which is presented by Just Woodbury.

The addition of Carlito’s, Constantine’s, Market Place Kitchen & Bar, Good News Restaurant & Bar, The Olive Tree, and The Split Rail brings the total number of Woodbury Restaurant Week participants to 11.

“We are excited to have these six excellent restaurants on board for Woodbury Restaurant Week,” said Tim Parry, Editor and Publisher of Just Woodbury. “These restaurants offer something for everyone and are an excellent representation of the Woodbury dining experience. All 11 restaurants are dining destinations for Woodbury’s residents and neighbors.”

Carlito’s features exquisite food in a stunningly decorated setting, reminiscent of an Italian countryside. Enjoy an extensive menu including steak, seafood, chops, gourmet pizza and much more. Carlito’s offers weekly specials, a professional staff, and a picturesque dining experience.

Faithfully serving its customers high quality food, consistently prepared, all for an affordable price, Constantine’s is a restaurant for friends, families, and strangers alike. Known for their fresh fish, daily and weekly specials, including Steve’s famous New England Clam Chowder, succulent Grade A Angus Prime Rib, and their authentic home-style Greek specialties, Constantine’s has more than enough to satisfy even the pickiest of dinners.

Market Place Kitchen & Bar is new modern American restaurant in the heart of Woodbury. It is run by General Manager Jim Kara and Executive Chef Matt DeLongis. Market Place Kitchen & Bar celebrates and encourages local, organic and sustainably harvested food and spirits.

Good News Restaurant and Bar is a pioneer in the Farm-to-Table movement Its handcrafted cooking is seasonal, local, and most organic as possible and is prepared by owner and renown chef, Carole Peck. Good News Restaurant and Bar partners with local farmers and businesses, when possible, and enjoy sharing the fruits of their labors with you.

From steak to saganaki, The Olive Tree serves up American fare with a Mediterranean flair for lunch and dinner. Their drink menu includes a variety of wines and martinis, including seasonal offerings. The homey, long-running restaurant is at the former Longwood Country Inn, which was built in 1798.

The Split Rail changed hands at the end of 2018. Its new owners have cleaned and painted the inside (and will be working on outside in the spring) and have changed to a scratch menu with many natural and organic ingredients. As one Facebook commenter wrote, the new Split Rail is the best of the old split rail and fantastic new things as well.

Last week, the first five participants came on board: Mix Prime Steakhouse, Fish, & Sushi Bar, John’s Café, San Remo Restaurant & Pizzeria, The Woodbury Diner, and The Charcoal Chef. You can learn more about those restaurants here: First 5 Participants Announced for Woodbury Restaurant Week 2019.

Woodbury Restaurant Week is March 24 to 30.

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