Reviews on Italian food in Woodbury, Connecticut, United States. Woodbury is a town in Litchfield County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 9,975 at the 2010 census. The town center is also designated by the U.S. Census Bureau as a census-designated place (CDP). Woodbury was founded in 1673.
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3 based on 50 reviews
Had a wonderful meal at San Remo. Took a chance on a new restaurant and glad we did. We were welcomed and seated promptly, even without a reservation. The restaurant was crowded, however, it wasn't so noisy that you couldn't enjoy your meal or conversation. Although short staffed that night, food still came out in reasonable time, and hot. Food was Italian comfort food, and prepared well, and quite delicious. Staff was warm and friendly, and accommodating. Open and airy vibe with lots of natural light.
3 based on 43 reviews
Three of us went in for lunch. We decided to each ordered grinders- a meatball parm, the meatball sausage and pepper and an eggplant parmigiana.We all enjoyed them very much. One of the items I struggle to understand is why places serve French fries with grinders - in any event they were good.
4 based on 20 reviews
Great Pizza - Salads and Hero's . Service is great and prices not bad. I would try their Sicilian Pizza which is wonderful. Mainly takeout but they have limited seating.
4 based on 29 reviews
From the eggplant parm grinder (mushy, tasteless, minimal cheese) to the Caesar salad with chicken (bland, low-grade bottled dressing, strips of chicken versus a cutler) to the pizza (quality of cardboard) to the lack of air conditioning, this place is one to bypass.
4 based on 96 reviews
What a bargain on Tuesday. Carlitos offers a full menu at drastically discounted prices. There are at least 15 different meals offered. We have been there several times and it never fails to make us glad we came. The food is tasty and plentiful. Since it is a well known Tuesday place to go it can be a little slow. Service is always friendly and efficient. Reservations are a must if you can get them.
4 based on 37 reviews
We were driving through the area and were not seeing many options for lunch. We spotted the Deli & decided to stop in. When we got there, there was a fairly large staff, but almost no customers, however the crowd came in right after us. The menu was large and looked really interesting. The staff was friendly, helpful and informative. We ordered, then found a table and they brought our lunch to us. I had their grilled turkey sandwich and my wife had the Italian veggie sandwich. Both were quite unique, large and delicious. My wife only ate half of hers and brought the rest home. We'd recommend it.
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