Best Restaurants in NJ
These rookie standouts bring variety and vivacity to a statewide scene that hits for power and average.
The Garden State's dining scene and chefs are ever more dynamic, adventurous and assured.
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Vegan in NJ
Whether you follow a plant-based diet or are simply looking to lessen your carbon footprint, these vegan restaurants will surely satisfy.
About 19 million Americans have embraced the no animal-products diet. Advocates say it’s good for you, for animals and for the environment.
The hottest innovations in plant-based eating are the Impossible and Beyond burgers. But a look at their ingredients, some made in a lab, raises concerns.
Town Dining Guides
Great restaurants exist on and off the Boardwalk in Atlantic City. Here are our top picks for where to eat.
Fresh seafood and Victorian charm abound in Cape May, but choices run the gamut from pancakes, quesadillas and pizza to fine dining in posh settings. Here are our top picks for where to eat.
Over the last decade, Asbury Park's restaurant scene has become one of the most dynamic in the state. Here are our top picks for where to eat.
The range of dining choices available in Montclair is striking. Here are our top picks for where to eat.
Princeton's restaurant scene is varied and vibrant, from student faves to some of New Jersey's top restaurants. Here's our top picks for where to eat.
Morristown has evolved into one of the state's most vibrant restaurant towns. Here's our top picks for where to eat.
The Florham Park restaurant serves up a wide range of contemporary Italian-American cuisine.
The Clifton restaurant on Route 46 boasts nuanced and layered Szechuan dishes, despite room for improvement across menu sections.
Ross Goldflam’s bistro features a streamlined menu that's chock-full of flavor.
The revamped Hopewell restaurant remains enjoyable, despite a few missteps and overly precious touches.
The iconic Long Branch spot has been serving generations of patrons since 1965.
How one family turned a bare-bones Absecon shop into a 32,000-square-foot staple.
Some Jersey breweries and brewpubs are limiting the presence of kids.
And why they're a warm-weather staple.
Sake, a fermented-rice beverage, has traditionally been consumed on its own but is increasingly showing up in mixed drinks.