Dine at some of the best restaurants in New Jersey.

There are so many amazing restaurants here in the state, but oftentimes we head back to the same spot over and over again because it's our favorite place to go.

Nothing wrong with that, but sometimes it's nice to branch out and try new restaurants.

Maybe you'll find a new favorite place to go in town.

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It's Burlington County Winter Restaurant Week and it's just weeks away.

This is a great opportunity for us to go out and try restaurants we've never been to before.

There are several restaurants participating, including Carollo's Little Italy, Healthy Garden Restaurant and Luna y Sol Mexican Restaurant, according to Patch.

I've been to all 3 of those BYOB restaurants (all located on Main Street in Moorestown) and they're so good!

Photo by Tim Toomey on Unsplash
Photo by Tim Toomey on Unsplash

County Commissioner Director Felicia Hopson said in a press release:

"More than 125 establishments participated in our Restaurant Week last summer, including at least one from each of Burlington County's 40 towns." 

"We're aiming to achieve the same kind of participation and success with the upcoming Winter Restaurant, so we're reminding restaurants to sign up now so we can begin promoting their participation."

Photo by Focused on You on Unsplash
Photo by Focused on You on Unsplash

Some restaurants offer prix fixe meals with others offering discounts.

So far about 35 places have registered and they're hoping to get many more, including wineries, food trucks and breweries.

Burlington County Winter Restaurant Week takes place March 3-9. Definitely check it out.

Summer Restaurant Week will be held at the end of August.

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