Burlington County Restaurants
We had a group of 6 for new years eve. We were promptly seated although we arrived a little late. The menu was limited for the holiday which we knew beforehand. Service was very good. We never felt rushed. The food was very good. Everyone in our group was pleased with their meals. We would consider this restaurant again for a special occasion. MoreOpenTable Diner -
It's not a reservation. I booked a reservation for a group of 19, and was pleased to do it online. When our number changed, I tried to alter the reservation online, but I couldn't. I called the day before our get-together, but the restaurant was closed all day, (Bad weather) no answering machine. When I arrived, the hostess said that they do not accept reservations, so we had to wait for our tables to be set up. Setting up was fast, but if it had been even half an hour later, it would have been impossible to seat our group together. The rest of the experience lived up to my expectations. The place was clean, the staff was friendly and did an adequate job, and the food was tasty and served at appropriate temperatures. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Discover Burlington County
Burlington County features many high-quality dining options for New Jersey residents and visitors. There are over a dozen pubs that you can visit in the area, and each one serves a twist on traditional pub dishes, including burgers piled high with tomatoes. Other local options include several barbecue grills that specialize in a variety of different meats. Whether you like hamburgers, hot dogs or Jersey-style brats, you are certain to find a place that you’ll love in Burlington County. When visiting New Jersey, you must try out a pork roll. This sandwich topped with thick pork originated in the state over 100 years ago. Other local favorites include the Italian hot dog and fresh Jersey-grown tomatoes served over just about everything.