New Jersey

Restaurants in New Jersey

Do not show up at 7 p.m. or you will be informed of a one-hour wait and be handed a vibrating beeper.

The Chef: Grill master/Iron Chef Bobby Flay cornered the market on southwestern cuisine in New York City in 1991 with Mesa Grill, then expanded to Las Vegas and the Bahamas.

The bistro serves inventive fare like scallops over rock shrimp potato pancakes.

A take-out shop with a brisk trade in expertly done, house-made ravioli (pumpkin, lobster) and sauce (marinara, vodka).

This cozy, romantic restaurant serves Provençale French (bouillabaisse, rack of lamb) with Van Gogh murals on the walls and ceilings. Bring your own bottle .

Save room for the Go Ape Daddy-O, a classic banana split at this old-fashioned ice cream shop decked out with jukeboxes and vintage Cadillac front-ends.

A curious 1912 Flemish-style building that became a rowdy men's club during Prohibition and was recently renovated as a steak house serving an excellent Jersey corn chowder.

The Chef: Grill master/Iron Chef Bobby Flay cornered the market on southwestern cuisine in New York City in 1991 with Mesa Grill, then expanded to Las Vegas and the Bahamas.

A curious 1912 Flemish-style building that became a rowdy men's club during Prohibition and was recently renovated as a steak house serving an excellent Jersey corn chowder. The walls are lined with old photographs of Atlantic City, you can't see them fro