Downtown Woodstock Restaurant Week

Filed in Events by on February 27, 2016

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Main Street Woodstock is pleased to announce the return of the semi-annual Downtown Restaurant Week from March 13-20, 2016. Enjoy a week of specials at your favorite downtown eateries, food shops and special events throughout to celebrate the unique food we have to offer right here in your city! Try something new at your favorite place or try a place you have never tried before but always wanted to. Each participating restaurant in Woodstock will offer a special prix fixe menu and food stores will be offering discounts during the week.

Kick-off Party at PURE Taqueria
Thursday March 10th
6-10 PM

Celebrate the return of Restaurant Week on the rooftop at PURE! A $35 ticket gets you and a friend your choice of two entrees and two drinks from anything on their menu. A portion of the ticket sales from this evening will also go to Never Alone Ministries. It is sure to be a rockin’ the rooftop style event with live music TBA. Tickets are available in advance at PURE starting Monday February 22 and will be limited so make sure to get yours early.

National Pie Day Celebration at PIE BAR
Monday March 14th

Join PIE BAR to celebrate Pie Day on 3.14. Special activities and tastings TBA.

Kids Pizza Building Contest at IPPS

Bring the kids to IPP’S on Saturday March 19 from Noon – 2 PM and let them top their own pizza! Kids pizza is free with menu item purchase by accompanying adult. Award for the most creatively topped pizza!

Participating restaurants in the Downtown Woodstock Restaurant Week include:

  • Century House Tavern
  • Fire Stone
  • Freight Kitchen & Tap
  • IPP’S
  • Pie Bar
  • PURE Taqueria
  • reel
  • F&H Salt Factory
  • Truck & Tap

Click here to learn more about the Downtown Woodstock Restaurant Week.

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