Hackettstown is a town in Warren County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the town's population was 9,724, reflecting a decline of 679 (-6.5%) from the 10,403 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 2,283 (+28.1%) from the 8,120 counted in the 1990 Census. The town is located in the easternmost region of the Lehigh Valley.
Things to do in Hackettstown
4.5 based on 169 reviews
This place is so much better than a diner for breakfast and lunch. I had an egg frittatta that was amazing topped off with pumpkin spice coffee. The egg sandwiches are awesome as is the French toast. Cozy atmosphere adds to the enjoyment and staff is attentive and friendly.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Love the atmosphere, and the coffee and tea selections. The staff is always helpful. Love the Vanilla Chai. And coffee grounded or whole bean are available to take home. Hazelnut is delicious.
4.5 based on 207 reviews
The Pandan Room restaurant is serving Thai and Indonesian Cuisine in Hackettstown area since July 2006. Thank you all for your support and regular visits.Reservations recommended especially on Friday and Saturday night.
My son and I love pad Thai. I was in Hackettstown and asked for a good Thai restaurant. I want to go back and eat in. I ordered the Pad Thai. It was wonderful with fresh veggies and lots of chicken and shrimp. The noodles were perfect. Def going back to explore more on the menu. And the waiter was so nice. They were donating 10% of all orders to victims of Hurricane Harvey. Feel good place!
4.5 based on 243 reviews
Specializing in gourmet pizza, pasta, chicken, and seafood selections, also offering full Gluten Free, Vegetarian and Vegan menus, gourmet desserts & coffees. Enjoy wine, beer and cocktails, we're open late with live entertainment and outdoor garden dining. We are known for our exceptional catering too. Come celebrate your life's events here at Mama's or at Bello Giorno Estate, or at your home, office or location of your choice. Be a guest at your own party.
My wife and I came in for a late dinner having attended to some legal matters in another county. We were starved! She ordered the lobster ravioli and I ordered the pescatore, and so while we were awaiting our entrees and drinks fresh warm bread and a sampling of a pasta dish were sent to our table. WOW, they save us. Both entrees were delicious and filling. This is none our Italian place to go to when we pass through Hackettstown.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
James on Main is a wood grill fired American eatery serving creative brunch and dinner selections utilizing local, fresh and seasonal ingredients.
We had two salads (the kale & wheatberry, and the jom chopped). We both had the same entree, the local chicken. The kale & wheatberry salad was very good. The jom chopped was fantastic, except for the fact that it was extremely salty. If it weren't so darned good, the saltiness would have ruined it. The chicken was similarly excellent, but the saltiness almost ruined it. The saltiness was in the rub on the skin, so you could take off the skin thereby decreasing the saltiness. The chicken was still juicy and flavorful without the skin. And the vegetables were wonderful. Finally, we felt a little ignored by the waiter, but no big deal.
4.5 based on 138 reviews
I am in charge of putting together my work holiday party. I saw this place online and mentioned it to my boss. We decided to go for lunch. It is nice little establishment. The food was amazing and flavorful! It wasn't crowded at all You could smell and hear the food as it hit the grill so you know it was all fresh. I can't wait to go back!
4.5 based on 143 reviews
Delicious as always. Service top notch as usual.
Came in for lunch New Year’s Eve eve and decorations were wonderful A nutcrackers at every table. Snow globes and Santa’s and snowman’s galore. Wonderful to see decorations
Food is always good and never had a bad meal. Service is top notch with limited English spoken, but still the menu order is already correct
Even received a New Years calendar with the check.
A wonderful lunch.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
The building was built in 1870, it was one of the first post office in town, that is why we name the place TOPO it's stand for "the old post office". Inside the restaurant is has modern feeling. Each table equipped with water spigot, electrical outlet and buzzer to call for immediate service if you require one. Now you can order online for pick up or delivery, please visit our site.
It's amazing. 10/10. I need 100 characters to post. But I like the crab Rangoon. I ate 24 of those things. Good price. Crab Rangoon
4 based on 89 reviews
Modern gastropub with 24 taps of rotating craft beer highlighting several local NJ breweries. Upscale pub fare and a casual but energetic atmosphere
We have been many times and everything is always far above average. Tonight, a busy Friday night, we were told it would be 25 minutes to wait. We went to the bar that was extremely crowded, and were pleasantly surprised when someone came out to us to ask what we wanted to drink. We were shown to table well before 25 minutes had passed, had the most pleasant waitress and the food was excellent and plentiful as usual. The ever changing beer menu is a beer lovers delight and flights are available for those that cannot make up their mind. Despite the crowds the noise level is never so loud that you cannot have a great conversation. The multiple televisions in the bar area had on the baseball playoffs, college football and professional hockey games
4 based on 98 reviews
We are always looking for someplace new for us. Saw Marley's come up several times but saw a couple of not so great reviews and decided against it. Two friends highly recommended it so we went. It was a Saturday night and it was not overly crowded. There are many great beers on tap for any taste, with two very local (as in across the street) ones. The waitress could not have been more attentive or pleasant. I ordered the Chicken and Waffle Panini and it was great! My husband had the Roast Beef and Cheese Dip on a Baguette which he loved. There were tons of good looking appetizers which we passed up as we were not that hungry. They greet you at the table with a basket of chips and salsa and even asked us if we wanted a refill. They are known for their wings and they had an entire page filled with about 100 types. Many of the tables around us had ordered them and they looked fantastic - plump and meaty. The wing selection is daunting and I would suggest you peruse the wing choices before you go or you might be overwhelmed. We are definitely going back to try the wings and other menu items (the hard choice is going to be not getting that Chicken and Waffle Panini again tho).
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