Restaurant Reviews - Quickbite
The fast-casual local chain—serving up chopped salads, hot entrées and pub sides with a healthy twist—originated in Millburn in 2011.
Living on the Veg opened its second location, which will operate year-round, this summer.
The Old Bridge eatery began as a Brooklyn sandwich stand over 30 years ago.
Left Bank Burger Bar boasts monthly specials, a daily happy hour and optimal outdoor people watching.
The café is both a speedy option for hungry commuters and a family-friendly spot for patrons seeking a leisurely meal.
The restaurant aims for a contemporary dining experience with traditional Indian food.
The restaurant at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino boasts boozy concoctions, crazy desserts, a floor-to-ceiling candy wall and savory items galore.
Tommy’s Tavern + Tap, one of seven statewide locations, offers everything from brick-oven pizza to sushi.
After moving to New Jersey from Mexico City, Jennifer Teutli began cooking and catering the foods she missed. Eventually, Mexican Spice was born.
Two longtime restaurateurs are back with a modern Mediterranean taverna.
Trend Coffee & Tea House boasts European influences, inexpensive desserts, specialty lattes and music-centric events.
At the C-View Inn, wings take center stage amid hearty pub staples.
The family-owned Osaka has been serving up sushi, teriyaki plates, yaki udon and more for two decades.
Seymour's Cafe serves up breakfast and lunch dishes, including vegetarian and vegan-friendly options.
Bird & Betty’s on Long Beach Island is a storied destination for lunch or dinner, drinks and entertainment.
The Iron Whale serves up New American fare in a luxe atmosphere.
Head to Shillelagh Pub for wings and fries or bangers and mash. (A pint of Guinness can't hurt, either!)
Don't miss the all-you-can-eat lunch special at Samudhra in Franklin Park.
Ma & Pa’s Tex-Mex BBQ serves up tacos, burritos, tender brisket and more.
Ava’s Kitchen and Bar in downtown Kenilworth specializes in craft beer, wood-fired pizza and diverse starters.