Andover is a borough in Sussex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 606, reflecting a decline of 52 (-7.9%) from the 658 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 42 (-6.0%) from the 700 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Andover
4 based on 128 reviews
In the past a consistent performer but Xmas eve fell short. Special dinner menu which offered a decent selection. Most entrees around $28 but included salad. Seemed to be understaffed or overwhelmed by the crowd or a combo. Butter arrived first. Water glasses remained empty. Over 10 minutes elapsed we tried to flag down bus staff to get water....inquire on bread. A delay for menus. Ordered wine which arrived in reasonable time. A bit more of a wait for everything which was okay. Most distressing was to sit for 25 minutes with dirty entree plates. We planned for dessert at home and couldn't get our waitress or anyone to take notice. Finally had to go to the hostess. We were on the late end of the seatings so that extra 25 minutes was not acceptable. Ordinarily no issues here.
4 based on 217 reviews
Something for everyone on the menus and the servers do a good job explaining the dishes. The entrees are fantastic, and well executed. Sauerbraten Jagerschnitzel with a variety of sauces/toppings were tender, flavorful, and visually enticing. Red Cabbage and Spatzle were excellent. Most of the dishes were hits and we did have a few misses. The service overall was acceptable, and the younger staff could have used a little more training. It was a busy night for the floor.
4.5 based on 159 reviews
First time for lunch with a friend. Absolutely delicious! Fantastic menu...so many great options. The lobster orchietta was really good. Atmostphere was nice. They have a nice outdoor seating area in nice weather. We really enjoyed our time here and will certainly return.
4.5 based on 96 reviews
Local Organic Cafe
Sparta doesn't have a lot of options, but Cloveberry is one that we constantly return to. Small menu of items for
light breakfast and lunch, but everything is tasty and homemade. (the white chocolate raspberry muffins are to die for) Family run, it is a perfect place for a coffee, tea or , smoothie or a quick meal for friends. A busy place!
4 based on 49 reviews
Went to Salt last night for diner and drinks with friends. The menu had a great selection and they have a wide beer selection. The live entertainment was really good also, just wish he had played a little later than he did.
If you're looking for a beer and burger place this probably isn't the right place for you. But if you're into craft beers, live music, and tasty food you won't just find anywhere, I highly recommend Salt
4.5 based on 25 reviews
This is a very homey restaurant with a class chef. Thier breakfasts and lunches are delicious and dinner is a class act. If you live in the area, visit them and you will not be disappointed. Try their Quiche Lorraine, it is to die for.
5 based on 1 reviews
Called in a Togo order & it was SPOT ON & WONDERFUL CUSTOMER SERVICE!!! Thank you for having everything ready & accurate!
4 based on 376 reviews
The Mohawk House is beautiful; the food is delicious; the service is excellent. However, the prices for me mean that this is a destination for special events only. That's ok. There aren't that many high-end restaurants in our area. BTW, be prepared to have your car valet parked, too.
4 based on 237 reviews
We were initially seated in side, in a large room that was like visiting your grandmothers old house. We moved outside, which was 1000 times better. The bar is magnificent as is the outside, the interior rooms need a major overhauling, I don't care if its a mansion it needs help, bad. The food was spot but i don't know if i would go back in the winter only because grandmas house is grandmas house, got the picture?
4.5 based on 115 reviews
I've been wanting to try Dominicks for a while. I would try going after a show at the Newton Theater but they always would be closing Went the other day and had 2 slices of the Sicilian and it was very good. A nice thick airy dough just like I would get decades ago in Brooklyn. I guess it was no surprise that photos on the wall were from Carroll Gardens, an old Italian neighborhood in Brooklyn. Nice mozzarella and sauce on the pie. My wife had the white broccoli pie which she thought very good. I will be back for the pizza and to try a sit down dinner. A welcome reprieve from most of the lousy pizza in Sussex County.
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