Jamesburg is a borough in Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 5,915, reflecting a decline of 110 (-1.8%) from the 6,025 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 731 (+13.8%) from the 5,294 counted in the 1990 Census.
Restaurants in Jamesburg
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Stayed here for a 2 night race event at Englishtown. Rooms with 2 other couples. I made the arrangements so was nervous tnat the rooms would be run down. The rooms are updates and comfortable. They have a refridge and microwave besides the coffee maker. Breakfast was usual hotel - eggs, bacon, cereals and make your own waffles. Desk staff were friendly and welcoming. Will stay here again next year
4 based on 50 reviews
David Bradley chocolate is incredible. We loved the sample and made several purchases. But you can't tour the factory. There is a small observation window to watch the workers, but that's it.
4 based on 14 reviews
The asset to this place, which makes it shine above the others is the staff.
Shaun and Robert particularly stood out as super customer service oriented individuals. We went the Saturday after Christmas, a day they didn't expect to be nearly sixty degrees and crowded. Because much of the staff had been given the day off, these two men had to work extra hard, and their efforts paid off. I didn't notice a shortness of staff at all, and hours after I had paid, Shaun still referred to me by my name when he saw me, and Robert sought me out to ask if my boys were having fun.
We went to this place, which is farther from my home than another paintball place, because we purchased a Groupon deal. We did still have to pay for coveralls, tax, and a box of additional paintballs (my choice to purchase), so the entire day for two teenage boys ended up costing around $100, but there was no time limit, and if they hadn't been worn down by their fierce battles by 3:00, they could've stayed and played all day.
We will definitely return, not because of the cost, or because the place is any better than other paintball establishments, but because the workers were courteous, considerate, and really care about their customers.
4 based on 56 reviews
This is a great theater, even though it's gone through several managements in the last few years. You can't beat being able to book your seat in advance (although warning: don't wait until the last minute or you'll find yourself with no availability), and you can find good deals on the popcorn as well. Thumbs up!
5 based on 1 reviews
We found this great" Indian" clothier in Spotswood. It was very well stocked, and the selections were amazing. Be sure to call for their hours of operation, as their only open a few days per week for retail. Their staff was extremely helpful and attentive to our questions and suggested the proper clothing for an event we were attending. Such beautiful clothing some so ornate you were made to feel like royalty. Clean and brightly lit. Even though we are not from there culture I felt like the staff wanted to help us and be sure that we looked good at our event. Soooo kind !!!
We will not have to drive all the way to Edison any longer. When our family and friends come in from Chicago we will be taking them there. Thanks to the great team at Regards Wholesale.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
What an interesting, lovely spot: we visited with the "wild residents" both inside the space, & outside on a walk (snakes, birds, frogs, turtles & butterflies). Also bought honey/beeswax soap - the boutique has lots of fun gifts to choose from. A great stop for a breath of fresh air & family learning visit.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
I think the admission price can be a little steep here for the types of activities offered but my kids absolutely love it. The attractions here are simple but fun! They have pedal cars, rubber duck races, building a barn, petting zoo, pumpkin checkers and a lot more.
The corn maze is a lot of fun and very interactive. They give you a map and there are several games you can play inside.
I wouldn't recommend this farm for apple/pumpkin picking. The apples are pricey and not the best and the pumpkins are just thrown in a field.
Make sure you take the hayride to the pumpkin field for the corn cannons. The hayride is included in the admission but the corn cannons are not.
I normally wouldn't think the admission is worth it but my kids could spend all day here just running around and playing simple games. If you go on fall weekends they have food trucks there.
5 based on 479 reviews
Real-life room escape games are a type of physical adventure game in which people are locked in a room with other participants and have to use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles, find clues, and escape the room within a set time limit.
My 14 year old daughter and her friends loved doing this for her bday. Would highly recommend it for a teen birthday party! There was so much teamwork and laughter during the activity! Can't wait to go back with my friends and family to escape from other rooms! Staff were friendly, fun-loving and patient! Also, if you have the Route 9 Community Card, you get a discount!
4.5 based on 122 reviews
This temple is meant for everyone and is worth a tour through its inner sanctum. I’ve been there twice with friends and relatives and visitors. Everyone marvels at the beauty and detail of workmanship.
4.5 based on 229 reviews
Just saw America perform this week--great concert and perfect example of how the State Theatre brings in many nostalgic bands in addition to children's events, a Broadway series with hot shows on Broadway, blues and jazz, comedians, and much more. Prices are reasonable compared to...MoreThanks William - glad you enjoyed the show!
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