Mays Landing is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) located within Hamilton Township, Atlantic County, New Jersey, United States. At the 2010 United States Census, the CDP's population was 2,135. It is the county seat of Atlantic County. The community was named for Captain George May, who sailed the Great Egg Harbor River in 1740, and purchased land in the area in 1756.
Things to do in Mays Landing
4.5 based on 149 reviews
Great subs. Portions are huge and one sub can feed two people. Everything is always fresh and service is good. Did I mention the coleslaw and other salads. They are incredible and worth the price. Plenty of parking. If it is crowded, don’t worry, you will get great service and great food.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Custard Castle has been located there as long as I can remember. Its all family owned and operated. Some of the items are pre-packaged but many are home made. For example the frozen bananas dipped in chocolate are all made in the family's kitchen. They have a huge number of of choices, for a small place. They have a covered outside area and a children's area decorated with all the snow white characters.
4 based on 12 reviews
their bages are good, coffee good, service a little slow.
4.5 based on 56 reviews
Joined my South Jersey family for a late Sunday afternoon buffet at Henri's Hotts. They live in Hammonton so they had all eaten and were familiar with the barbecue joint and, make no mistake, it is a joint. That is its charm.
The buffet was incredible, ribs, pulled pork, smoked chicken, meat loaf, jerked chicken, potatoes, yams, collards, black eyed peas, cole slaw, corn pudding and much more but that is what i ate-twice. (I am so ashamed.)
Sweet potato pie for desert.
Lovely waitress who got us all organized.
Henri's closes for the season November 27.Right now its open Friday, Saturday, Sunday 12-8 Buffet is 15.95
4.5 based on 70 reviews
Our family came here after 7 years. Our children wanted Hibachi and they got it.
The place is quite large, all Hibachi.
They do have a full bar, we had Sake.
Our sushi chef was just "fine" a bit unenthused. Just a comment, no impact on our dinner.
Food was fine with the staple hibachi choices.
The place is very smoky and our clothes stunk! Just a comment if you plan on going out afterwards.
As my title, the place is fine especially if you take an entire table and have some fun.
4 based on 162 reviews
The food was good, served hot, and the bread was a 3.5/5. Gnocchi 3.75/5 a bit overcooked Gravy 4.25/5 Salad 4.5/5 Cleanliness 4.5/5 Italian Sausage 4.25/5 Bathrooms Clean keep this up! Beer not cold enough Overall 4/5 the Doctor hit me with a helpful vote!
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Husband and I stopped in before seeing a movie at the Regal Cinema nearby. Rainy, dreary night, and a bowl of pho warmed us up. I had the pho tai, very tasty, broth seasoned nicely. Husband chose the pho with a variety of meats, very tasty as well. We started off with thit nuong cuon, summer roll with grilled pork. Food fresh, service quick and friendly. The portions are very large. The pho comes in 2 sizes, large and extra large. My husband could not finish his extra large, next time we will share! Good option for a meal before or after the movies. Vegan and vegetarian options are available.
4 based on 108 reviews
Was there with family, dinner for 4. We were in the area so it was convenient, Not fine dining but good comfort Italian food. Endless salad which was fresh and tasty. Not crazy about the white bread - bread sticks. We had 4 different dishes, salmon, chicken, shrimp and stuffed chicken. They were all pretty good and decent size portions. Good for kids and family. Like I said not fine dining.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
Great place to go for breakfast. Been here a long time. Food is good and inexpensive and you get waited on quickly.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
The name of this restaurant is somewhat deceiving: it is called the Golden Pyramid, an obvious reference to Egypt's spectacular past. However, everything about this establishment is more like platinum.
The unpretentious outside and simple decor inside could easily fool you as well. But from the moment husband-wife owners-operators greet you until you walk out the door, you are in for a treat. Cindy waits on tables with charm, describes the dishes lovingly and serves patrons efficiently. Meanwhile her husband Mohammed painstakingly prepares each order . Mediterranean, Greek and Egyptian items can be found on the extensive menu. Soups, appetizers and entrees are a blend of ethnic treats. The falafel is among the best you will find anywhere. The fish dishes are served whole with regional flavored. Careful not to fill up on the hummus and other dips! The portions are generous but you will want to save room for at least one of the two dessert staples: baklava or a sort of shredded wheat sweet. Both are excellent.
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