Restaurants on Route 22

Good restaurant along route 22 (Newark, Union: houses, live
February 12, 2020 – 11:32 am
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Hello,
I am going through NJ in just a few days and are looking for good recommendation for a stopping point along path 22 in central NJ. Absolutely nothing too costly, but perhaps a notch up from TGI Fridays.

I became looking into preventing at Famous Dave's.anyone have various other suggestions?

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You did not mention a city, and there about 4000 choices between Routes 287 and Newark.

One i prefer is Mosaico in Mountainside, a little more pricey but great meal food and solution. Maybe not a chain like TGIF. Further east than Famous Daves as well as on one other region of the highway (westbound).

Famous Dave's is much like a Bennigan's just with BBQ. Nearly fine dinner but decent. Was previously a Steak and Ale.

Rhys

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What a waste of time, arriving at NJ and consuming at Famous Daves.

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Originally Posted by PhillyPhilsPhan Hi,
I will be traveling through NJ within a few days and have always been interested in a beneficial recommendation for a stopping point along route 22 in central NJ. Nothing very costly, but perhaps a notch up from TGI Fridays. On Rt 22 in Bridgewater is the Bridgewater Commons Mall. Only beyond your Mall, is a little strip shopping mall called "The Village at Bridgewater Commons." Maggianos minimal Italy is in the Village. (additionally a Starbucks and a Chipotle Mexican Grill) It really is huge, just a little loud, (in an effective way so long as you are not looking for a private enchanting setting, ) and has now pretty good Italian meals. If you are planning with over three folks, take to the household eating choice. It really is considerably. Select 2 appetizers, 2 salads, 2 entrees, 2 pastas, and 2 deserts. Have all you can eat of each.
The only disadvantage is you may need a booking.

If you like better food, go a little additional east on Rt. 22, make the right at Thompson Ave, then the right onto Union Ave (Rt. 28) and stop in at Girasole Italian Grill. Excellent, if slightly pricey. Exemplary service too, and it's really a BYO, to get favorite wine bottle with supper rather than spend an arm & a leg because of it.

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Olive outdoors, TGI Friday's, etc = common dogfood. You will spot the best meals joints are always the dark hard-to-see bandboxes appear like dives.

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Initially Published by twista6002 The lots of people just who wait in-line to consume during the Olive Garden have no idea nothing about Italian meals. There are countless Italian restaurants in NJ without waiting and plenty of open tables. Plus you're able to watch the Guido with all the muscle tissue shirt toss the bread to the ceiling and very nearly strike the fan. Now that's genuine Italian, enjoyment plus all the purple sauce and pasta you could wish.

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