Best Bar restaurants nearby. Discover the best Bar food in Sicklerville. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Bar restaurants near you.. Sicklerville is an unincorporated community located within Winslow Township in Camden County, New Jersey, United States. It was founded in 1851 by John Sickler, who lived in the area when the present-day town was located within Gloucester Township. The area is served as United States Postal Service ZIP Code 08081.
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4 based on 46 reviews
Keeping it real Jersey style- kudos to the staff- welcome environment hearty food- well seasoned and served piping hot! Rick kept the ambiance as rich as the well balanced Neshaminy Creek Punkless Dunkle- Though professional, he kept a smile on the faces of all the patrons- greeting each one warmly and welcomed them back with his contagious smile, with and humor.Ambiance aside, the French onion soup is a must have- and if you enjoy baked mac n cheese- or have little ones- make sure you do not miss the crispy, cheesy baked mac n cheese bites. (not to mention the cheesy tomato goodness they make from scratch for dipping- scrumptious) Your mouth will thank you!Jersey- being my first home- never disappoints with food, brews, festivals, shore and hospitality.Get there today- zero regrets Thank you "Ricky T" for the laughs and keeping it real!
3 based on 30 reviews
The staff are all friendly and helpful.. The atmosphere is relaxing and fun ...The food, I recommend any burger, and the Sinatra steak, with mashed potatoes.The drinks are well made and the beer is cold.Excellent place to go relax and have a burger and cold one with a friend
3 based on 54 reviews
This restaurant is well managed very good service and the food is excellent. We tried 4 different flavors on our wings and all were excellent. I like that you can split your order and get two different styles. The tablegate appetizer was very good. The beer selections are great as were the fries with queso and the side order of slaw. I can't wait to go back again and try something else on the menu.
3 based on 45 reviews
Bertucci's restaurants are firing-up brick ovens from New England to Virginia, each reflecting the distinct character and local charm of its community. Like the original Bertucci's, every kitchen is open, making our brick oven part of the restaurant exper
This location is in stiff competition with Texas Roadhouse, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Chipotle Mexican Grill in the same parking lot.It was a last minute decision. I have not been in here for more then a year if not longer. Maybe I should have stayed away longer.The staff was very friendly, the service was spot on, no complaints with either. The dinner was just so so. My husband had soup, mussels and their warm rolls, we both had the Chicken Marsala. The sauce was bland. I could not taste any marsala, my husband used a lot of salt on his plate, and it lacked spice of any type. Way too many mushrooms for each plate. The roasted potatoes where a bit under cooked on my plate and I felt they could keep the broccoli, I should have asked for sautÃ©ed spinach. The price was just $50 for the two of us. We did not get drinks, just water and no dessert. The price was fine but the food was not. I will have to think twice about coming here again.
3 based on 35 reviews
My daughter and I were in town for a few days and tried this restaurant for the first time. Our waitress Amanda was very friendly and helpful. We ordered a pretzel appetizer, which was huge and came with an assortment of cheese sauces. My vegetarian daughter ordered fries and macaroni and cheese, which she said was good. I ordered cheeseburger sliders and fries, also good. They seem to have a lot of activities such as karaoke going on in the evenings.
3 based on 138 reviews
Located in Gloucester Township, right across the bridge, Villariâs Lakeside is an impressive event space that is home to classy weddings, banquets, and other stylish gatherings. The newly renovated two-level dining room offers guests a perfect view of the
It was a rainy Sunday night, not very busy and a return trip to an old favorite.Food will be cooked to order and they can eliminate some of the seasons if you wish.My companion said her veal was the best she has tasted. My grilled salmon was moist and flavorsome. It comes with a salad and vegetables or pasta and home made bread. Waitstaff very pleasant and accommodating. They do have a liquor license so no BYO.
4 based on 73 reviews
This is one restaurant owned by a family operating 50 in the Northeast. Authentic and a grass roots story from kitchen to conglomerate. Family committed to real Mexican food with Guacamole made tableside. This location is tough and behind other chains. 2 years ago was fresh and optimistic today slightly worn and tired. Apps and guacamole worth the visit
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