BUNNY’S SPORTS BAR
14 W. South Orange Avenue
Hours: Mon–Fri, 2 pm–2 am; Sat and Sun, 11 am–2 am
Style: Low light, lively crowd. There are a roomy bar, table seating, wood floors and more than a dozen flat-screen TVs.
Don’t Miss: The garlic salad ($10.95) offers a terrific mix of greens, salami, shredded mozzarella, olives and roasted red peppers in a fragrant, mild garlic dressing. It makes a meal, especially if you add grilled chicken ($14.95), goat cheese and cranberries ($14.95) or all three ($16.95). The crisp, thin-crust pizzas are a big draw. Plain pies are $8.50 small, $11.50 large. With-the-works pies are $16.95 and $22.95. Specialty pies include the $22.95 Paradise (three cheeses, Alfredo sauce, chicken, bacon, spinach, tomato and mushrooms) and the extra-crispy, $22.95 Monster (mozzarella, cheddar, mushrooms, meatballs and hot peppers with salsa and sour cream on the side). Italian entrées include chicken or eggplant parmigiana ($14.95 and $13.95, respectively) with pasta; three-cheese baked ziti ($13.95) and spicy tortellini ($14.95.) Or go American with quarter-pound burgers, subs and sandwiches. Cheesecake and brownie sundaes are usually on the changing dessert menu.
Heads Up: Bunny’s has been owned by Leslie Pogany’s family for four generations. A 2010 renovation added square footage and more than doubled the number of flat-screens for watching sports.
The Scoop: Around the corner from the South Orange Performing Arts Center and its movie theater, Bunny’s is great for a bite before or after a show. The area has several parking lots and plenty of on-street spaces, but they fill up fast.Click here to leave a comment
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- Cuisine Type:American - Pizza
- Price Range:Inexpensive
- Ambience:Low light, lively crowd.