Restaurant Reviews - Quickbite
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.
The Freehold spot also boasts regular live performances.
A diverse range of small plates supplement the main attraction: wood-fired pizzas.
Parsippany resident Jack Hong opened the family-owned eatery in the spring of 2017.
In 2017, the owners of the original High Voltage on the boardwalk added this year-round location.
Sahar Soleymani's casual eatery in Haddon Township honors her mother’s Venezuelan roots.
The Somerset eatery offers vegan, gluten-free and halal options.
At Dory’s Mediterranean Grill in Medford, most ingredients are imported from Lebanon.
Serving Balthazar pastries and an elevated brunch, Sunday Motor Co. has quickly gained a loyal following.
The small-but-mighty Morristown eatery boasts a long list of rolls, as well as ramen dishes, teriyaki dishes and udon noodle hot pots.