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Gloucester City Restaurants

Chubby's SteakhouseChubby's Steakhouse
224 reviews
Steakhouse | Gloucester City, New Jersey Suburbs

Great Dinner! The French Martini is amazing. The food was outstanding. We Will be back with our friends! More

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Max's Seafood CafeMax's Seafood Cafe
1286 reviews
Seafood | Gloucester City, New Jersey Suburbs

Lunch at Max’s was a fantastic experience. Our server, Jenna, was very attentive and helpful. The food was delicious and an excellent value at lunch. Will definitely be back for dinner! More

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O'Donnell's Restaurant & BarO'Donnell's Restaurant & Bar
3 reviews
American | Gloucester City, New Jersey Suburbs

O'Donnell's Restaurant & Bar (est. 1923), formerly O'Donnell's 1923 Pub & Grill, serves up a fantastic menu full of American & Irish cuisine with global influences along with a full drink menu. O'Donnell's Restaurant & Bar's Happy Hour goes from 4 to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and runs all day on Sundays.

Likissa Hunde, an Ethiopian-born educator and economist who emigrated to the United States in 2009, purchased the Gloucester City, NJ corner bar from Irene Delimaris in July of 2015, and recently finished freshening up the nearly century-old institution by evolving the name to O’Donnell’s Restaurant & Bar, and bringing in New York-based Chef Darryl Harmon to conceive a cutting-edge new menu while tapping former Twenty Manning Grill sous chef Issaka Fofana to run the kitchen.More

Discover Gloucester City

Located in the New Jersey suburbs, Gloucester City is home to a wide range of dining choices. Seafood from the Atlantic Ocean is very popular at family restaurants, where you can choose to have your fish steamed, baked or fried. Diners can order these as complete entrees or choose a sampler platter for a range of tastes from the Atlantic. Cajun food is another a big hit in Gloucester City. You can choose the level of seasoning, and for those who prefer a milder taste, there are plenty of options on the menu as well. To sample all of these food delights, head to South Boulevard, where mom-and-pop restaurants and bistros offering home-cooked foods line the street for blocks.