Restaurants and dining options in New Jersey

New Jersey is \"America the Beautiful...only smaller.\" In New Jersey, you can walk in Washington\'s footsteps, bask on the glorious ocean shore, and enjoy a nightlife of world-class gaming, all in the same day. NJ\'s six distinct tourism regions: the Shore, Greater Atlantic City, Southern Shore, Delaware River, Skylands and Gateway, guarantee that you\'ll find that special place for your vacation in New Jersey a truly pleasurable and unforgettable experience.

Among our must see destinations are our 127-miles of white sand beaches, lined with busy boardwalks and quaint shore towns. One of the best known boardwalks is Atlantic City, the place for 24-hour casino gaming excitement and world-class headline entertainment.

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Our Hours of Operation are: Monday to Saturday: 11:30am - 2:30pm Monday to Friday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm Sunday: 12:00pm - 8:30pm Bakery Hours Monday to Sunday: 11am - 6pm The Clinton House is located at: 2 West Main Street Clinton, New Jersey 08809 Phone: 908-730-9300 Fax: 908-735-5490

Welcome to Kabab & Curry Express HALAL Restaurant in Edison. We provide authentic Vegetarian & Non-Vegetarian HALAL Cuisines. Dine in, take out and delivery are all welcome.

We are the finest seafood restaurant located in Somers Point, New Jersey. This restaurant is situated on the site of Somerset Plantation, which was the property of John Somers (one of this area’s original settlers). Within a few hundred feet on the other side of the circle stands the Somers Mansion built between 1720 and 1726 by Richard Somers, the son of John Somers. The house now belongs to the State of New Jersey and is one of the oldest settlements in the state! Overlooking the Great Egg Harbor Bay in Somers Point is the Crab Trap Restaurant. The Crab Trap was established in 1967 by Jack Wallace. Back then it was known as Maenner’s Cafe serving tap beer and sandwiches to Somers Point residents.

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