Reviews on Pub food in Hopewell, New Jersey, United States. Hopewell is a borough in Mercer County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 1,922, reflecting a decline of 113 (-5.6%) from the 2,035 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 67 (+3.4%) from the 1,968 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Hopewell
The Baron Dillon Grille is open to the public. The room boasts a generous patio for al fresco luncheons or dinners overlooking the 18th green, a full-service bar, and the latest in audio-visual technology. Although modern in look and feel, the room mainta
3 based on 267 reviews
The Alchemist & Barrister, one of the prides of Princeton, NJ. Enjoy our excellent selection of beer and cocktails. Our menu features American dishes with a little international flair. Stay for drinks and dinner and enjoy your dining experience at The Alc
Friends suggested this establishment, which, based on years ago experience of dining here would have said no, but it has been redone, they said, Well, the old lipstick on the pig trick inevitably is still a pig, so to speak. Had the fried chicken sandwich...two tiny pieces of chicken, barely any condiment, mushy tomato slices, dark green romaine sliver, fries that were happy to be unfrozen and on a plate, but not in my mouth; the Cobb salad, amazingly off...just a bunch of food items plopped on a plate, so looked ok from a presentation standpoint, but tasteless. Seriously, this place has been around for years, so I guess its convenient locale must compensate for its culinary experience. Lots of new spots in Princeton that I havenât tried, but if I had one lunch to give, wouldnât do it here.
4 based on 174 reviews
The good news - good appetizers and good prices on them on football days and nights, and for the most part, friendly service. The less good news - the rest of the menu is surprisingly pricey for what you get, and the crowd is, let's just say, loud and the closest thing you'll get to a redneck bar near Princeton. I wouldn't take kids there, at least not on football evenings. "Fans" have no qualms about shouting at the TV, and no one seems to say anything to them. If you like cheap snacks, go there.
4 based on 308 reviews
Winberieâs offers a comfortable, casual dining experience where the richness of true American flavors blend with the quality of a classic neighborhood restaurant. Our authentic small plates, house-made specialties, small batch liquors and extensive craft
This is a place no one can miss when visiting Princeton, NJ. In fact, I have been returning to Winberie's since 1988. This place represents classical American Food to me, the place is vibrant, right in front of the University's main entrance and in the heart of the city Palmer Square). This time though, we have had an unpleasant service experience, it was a rainy evening outside and we were looking for a cozy place to be. The bad service was a shocking surprise to me, because although the huge turnover of the restaurant the service is generally quite nice. I decided to share my disappointment through their website so I have dropped an e-mail to Mr. Cole (Area Manager) the same evening and the next morning I had a proper answer in my mailbox offering me the chance to talk further about the issue. The way Mr. Cole tackled the issue showed me his professionalism and interest in guest satisfaction and had erased completely my only bad service experience in 32 years. Good job Mr. Cole, you are an asset to the company. See you next time!
4 based on 587 reviews
First off, what r those fries they make? Iâve never heard about âpommes annaâ before. They r freaking delicious!!! That was the highlight of our lunch.Apart from the sliders, everything we ordered was fantastic. My honey balsamic eggplant was out of this world! My hubby loved his buttermilk chicken sandwich and my friend enjoyed her steak frites (thatâs how we all tried the pommes anna). We also got hummus as an app. Delishh too!Beer was great, despite the fact that mine wasnât cold enough. I really liked this place. Would come back for sure.
Service sucks, but what do you really expect with a place named Hillbilly Hall? It's in the middle of the woods and usually caters to locals and motorcyclists. It's a bar and restaurant. The food is very casual American bar food with some classic dishes. There's a pool tables you have to pay to play and a record machine.
3 based on 42 reviews
In a cozy and quaint town of Hopewell exists a European bistro that quite frankly needs a whole bunch of renovation but still serves up some of the best Schnitzel and Goulash in the area. Susie who doesn't mind coming out from the kitchen and greeting her guests Both dishes were outstanding except for the Spaetzle which lacked character and umpf. the schnitzel was nicely crisp on the outside yet tender on the inside. The goulash was excellent but the portion for me was too smallTristen the bartender was so very accommodating after she warmed up to us.Overall, a great place to have a drink and a great East European dinner Thank you Susie
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