The Greenbrier unveils new small plates menu and expanded hours at Café Carleton

White Sulphur Springs, WV - April 16, 2014: Café Carleton, the red velvet jewel box adjacent to the entrance to the Casino at The Greenbrier, has unveiled a whole new persona. No longer a simple stop for coffee and biscotti, Café Carleton has been transformed into an elegant Tapas and Wine Bar with expanded hours.

"Tapas bars began in Spain and are now all the rage in New York, Chicago, Miami and California," says Jeff Kmiec, President of The Greenbrier, "and we decided it was time to introduce the trend to our already robust restaurant collection at The Greenbrier." Tapas are small dishes traditional in Spain, ideal for snacking or light meals. "Generally," Kmiec continued, "diners order three or four different plates to share, while sampling an array of fine wines."

Café Carleton's Tapas menu includes a variety of moderately priced plates, such as chilled shrimp with avocado ($9), duck egg with truffles ($10), chicken liver pate with smoked quail ($7), white anchovies on toast ($7) and a large assortment of Spanish cheeses sausages and hams. A five-dish tasting assortment is $32.

More than 50 wines are available by the glass or bottle, as well as sparkling wines, a variety of sherries, cocktails and imported and local beers. Café Carleton is open daily from 11:30am to 9pm.

For more information or to view the new menus at Café Carleton at The Greenbrier, please visit: And follow The Greenbrier resort on Twitter at @The_Greenbrier.

Located in White Sulphur Springs in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia, The Greenbrier has been welcoming guests since 1778. Known as "America's Resort," it encompasses more than 10,000 acres of undulating landscape that includes: five golf courses (including the exclusive Greenbrier Sporting Club's private course); a championship indoor and outdoor tennis facility (including five outdoor clay courts and five indoor courts); a mélange of sporting activities; shops; private homes at The Greenbrier Sporting Club; and, at its heart, a vast and imposing grand hotel. Purchased in 2009 by West Virginia entrepreneur James C. Justice II, The Greenbrier has undergone a $250+ million restoration and is now home to The Greenbrier Classic, a PGA TOUR, FedExCup event, and will soon launch The Greenbrier Medical Institute, a state-of-the-art medical complex on the resort's grounds.

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