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[PHOTOS] New Restaurant for Split’s Famous Marmont Street

Congo Wine & Dine opens in Split (photo credit: Facebook)

Congo Wine & Dine opens in Split (photo credit: Facebook)

Marmont street in the heart of Split on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast is not only splendid but historically significant as well. If you are looking to dine out there, then a brand new option has just opened up.

Congo Wine & Dine is now the only restaurant in Split with entrances to two iconic Split locations – Marmont street and Prokurative.

The new 300 m2 restuarant is a mix of Mediterranean and industrial design with an impressive terrace looking onto Prokurative, which is Spit’s Republic Square which resembles St. Marks Square in Venice.

Congo Wine & Dine serve food until midnight, meaning you can grab a bite after going out. The menu is Mediterranean with a quality wine card.

(photo credit: DK Photography/Facebook)

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