Sayreville is a borough located on the Raritan River, near Raritan Bay in Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 42,704, reflecting an increase of 2,327 (+5.8%) from the 40,377 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 5,391 (+15.4%) from the 34,986 counted in the 1990 Census.
Restaurants in Sayreville
4 based on 107 reviews
I have been coming here for years. When I was a kid it was for the lake and picnic areas. Now I refuse to go to the lake as the people who seem to go are rude, loud and obnoxious. They do have an area to buy food, but it's a bit over priced. Outside of the lake area are great walking, hiking and biking trails. It is quite beautiful and you may even forget you're in NJ for a bit. Try to load the car up as entry during the "on season" is charged per car.
3.5 based on 67 reviews
Saw thrice last night, awesome show. This was our second concert at this venue, we like sitting side stage near the restroom (inches away from the bands entering the stage!), get there early this place gets packed. I invested in VIP parking both times, worth every penny for a nice parking spot and cutting the entire line on a cold rainy night! I appreciate the security team for being as tough as they are, you can't take chances today. The bartender was friendly and the drink prices are decent ($12 a beer at the wellmont theater compared to $7 at starland).
4.5 based on 229 reviews
Just saw America perform this week--great concert and perfect example of how the State Theatre brings in many nostalgic bands in addition to children's events, a Broadway series with hot shows on Broadway, blues and jazz, comedians, and much more. Prices are reasonable compared to...MoreThanks William - glad you enjoyed the show!
3 based on 2 reviews
Pool bar. Clean, good drinks, fun staff. Good neighborhood place. Only issue is the host a pool league every night so no one else can come in and just shoot a game for fun.
4 based on 33 reviews
Great pub atmosphere and lots of good food. Love their soups, especially the butternut squash in the fall. Traditional corned beef and cabbage,nshepards pie etc. fun place to visit
4 based on 56 reviews
This is a great theater, even though it's gone through several managements in the last few years. You can't beat being able to book your seat in advance (although warning: don't wait until the last minute or you'll find yourself with no availability), and you can find good deals on the popcorn as well. Thumbs up!
4.5 based on 96 reviews
We used to visit this park in late 90s when we were living in Iselin. When we visited a few weeks ago, we were delighted to see the park so much improved with facilities and upkeep. There are spots for picnics, playing, place for artists to perform and everything a good community park should have. Felt very nice to be here.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Tucked back in what might be thought of as Highland Park's back yard is this wonderful large park. It is easy to get to, and has loads of parking. There are baseball fields, and picnic tables. Benches are placed for nature walkers. There are exercise stations for health training. The park is bordered on the far side by the Raritan River.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Living in the central Jersey.
I always drive down south for beach.
This one place is amazing. Well maintained.
Very scenic and peaceful.
Place looks ideal to take a solo walk too.
Wish I could live by this scenic view.
This place has been a blessing.
3 based on 1 reviews
We've arrived early (an hour after it opened on Saturday morning) and I'm glad we did. The place is great with vast variety of activities to keep anyone entertained for a while. However, as the number of visitors grew, so did the level of chaos and the concerns for everyone's safety. On the trampolines, for example, you could find a large size adult, a teenager and a toddler on the same trampoline square. There was a one monitor (all seemed to be of high school age) per activity and in 3 hours there, I've only heard maybe two safety related instructions. Nothing is wrong with hiring teenagers, but maybe a little bit more training and some adult supervision would be useful... We might try Urban Air Trampoline Park again to see if arriving at the opening time would make a difference.
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