18 Food Spots To Visit In New Jersey This Summer
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18 Must Stops For Every New Jersey Foodie

The title it earned says it all: " NJ's Best Diner"


New Jersey has so many great spots for great food. Some you may have never even heard of, but they are worth the trip!

1. Inkwell

Everything about this place is amazing: the atmosphere, the food and the coffee (especially the Dutch Coffee).

2. Jersey Freeze

Nothing beats their homemade ice creams and the different boats.

3. Stewart's Root Beer

A nice root beer float from a classic place.

4.Bagel Nook

they have the best crazy bagels

5.The Cabin

The Cabin makes me actually excited for Monday's. 1/2 price pizza and wings, yes please!

6.Colts Neck General Store

Best Breakfast spot before school and everyday, the cougar is my personal fave with hot sauce and ketchup.

7.Frankie Fed's

They not only have AMAZING pizza but their house salad dressing is to die for I actually asked for a pint of it for Christmas once.

8.Broad Street Diner

The title it earned says it all " NJ's Best Diner". It also doesn't hurt that I know the owners and they make a banging cheeseburger soup.

9.The Chicken or the Egg

It might be all the way in Long Beach Island but sometimes i just drive there for some good food and if you are staying in LBI they are open 24/7 in the summer and the late night menu is something to look out for. Try the stoner pancakes, you won't regret it.

10. Comfi

When you go you have to share with someone because the portions are huge.

11. Meemom's

They are known for their different kinds of french toast. When you go get an iced samoa coffee it tastes just like the real thing.

12. Tre


13. Hoffman's

Get the Cookie Monster ice cream, you can thank me later.

14. Coney Waffle

Three words: BIG SHOW SHAKE

15. Porta

Great pizza and atmosphere, go at night and it's a great bar and nightclub.

16. Playa Bowls

Go to the one in Belmar, great food and a view.

17. Rook Coffee

Better than Dunkin and Starbucks anyday.

18. Broad Street Dough Co.

The most outrageous donuts yo could ask for.

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