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Woodland - Lakeville, Connecticut
This quintessential neighborhood restaurant can be hard to find, which suits its loyal clientele just fine. Theoretically, you could dine here contentedly six nights a week (it’s dark on Mondays) because the menu is extensive so there is always something you’re in the mood for: arugula-and-goat-cheese salad with crispy lardons, delicate sole almondine, and a steak sandwich served with a mound of spinach and crispy fries. And there’s sushi, too! It’s no wonder Woodland is always packed (even during snowstorms) because no place is as reliably welcoming or consistently delicious.
192 Sharon Road (Route 41); 860-435-0578
Lunch: Tuesday - Saturday 11:30 - 2:30
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday 5 -9; Friday - Saturday 5 - 10; Sunday 4 - 8:30