Budd Lake is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) located within Mount Olive Township, in Morris County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the CDP's population was 8,968. Budd Lake was named for John Budd. Prior to that, it was called Hattacawanna Lake.
Things to do in Budd Lake
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 78 reviews
After stopping at two other places during a recent business trip as we looked for a decent place to eat, we stumbled upon Carmine's after calling our hotel for a recommendation.
We were the only people there as it was early and dinner hadn't really started yet, but they didn't mind. The staff was super friendly and the food was great! The warm bread and butter was very welcomed after a long day in the rain.
4.5 based on 120 reviews
Cliffs has always been one of the best ice cream shops in New Jersey. My wife and I were here a few days ago and the quality hasnt changed. We look forward to coming here every summer. Its worth a drive out here.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
We are a 25 indoor / 24 outdoor seating Italian Restaurant with Authentic Southern Italian Fare. All desserts are made in house. Catering is available for all occasions. We are a BYOB establishment. Carry out is available. Delivery weeknights only. We are a family owned and operated establishment. Everyone dining at Fanucci's becomes "family". We hope to see you soon.
Ok, so my husband stopped in the night before to waste time before an appointment. He came home with delicious cookies and a full belly. He brought me there the next night and everything was amazing. Maria the owner puts love into everything she makes. It was like being at one of my Italian family members house! We had cappuccino and a gelato for dessert. BYOB, and try Fanucci's. You won't be disappointed !!!
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 based on 74 reviews
Even though it's a chain restaurant I've always enjoyed Longhorn restaurants. I guess it brings out the cowgirl in me! On this cold and rainy August afternoon I needed to take myself out to lunch. Wow have things changed! The New York Strip steak was cooked perfectly and delicious. However, the chef was overly generous with the salt. The baked potato was tasty also but I'm not sure what they put on top of it. It wasn't sour cream! To my surprise I had to pay extra for the salad that used to come with your meal. The waitress was very pleasant and the restaurant was quite busy which doesn't say much about the choices of eating establishments in Sussex County. All in all it didn't brighten my mood like time in the saddle with my best equine companion does.
4 based on 134 reviews
Always hit my favorite diner when I'm in the area! Always good! Great people! They have the best cream of mushroom soup! Yum! Taylor ham, egg and cheese on a great NJ hard roll for breakfast! ❤️
4 based on 13 reviews
If you're looking for an awesome breakfast sandwich, this is the place to go! No, there isn't a drive thru. You have to get out of your car and walk in. You'll be pleasantly surprised if you do! Big and tasty bagels with whatever you want on it! No microwave taste like the big box places. A breakfast sandwich cooked to order. Delicious!
4.5 based on 30 reviews
I've been a fan of Cliff's Ice cream for years, especially their Huckleberry (which they only make in the summer). In this location before Das Creamery was there, there was another ice cream parlor that had so-so ice cream, so I didn't give Das a chance. I went here out of convenience, twice, instead of traveling to Cliffs. It took three visits before I realized how much more flavorful (and addictive) their ice cream is, especially my favorite chocolate: Dalton Abby.
Now, they are a few cents more than Cliffs, but if you want cheap, bland ice cream, you can go to Shop Rite and buy a 1/2 of Turkey Hill for $1.95.
I know when I like a place when a day later I'm salivating for it again. Their malteds are delicious, and their home made ice cream birthday cakes are the best I've ever tasted. What else can I say, except, the workers are VERY FRIENDLY (as compared to the ice cream place that was here before) .. much more friendly than Cliffs.
BTW: They give you a card when you come in. Get it stamped every time you come in, or when you buy multiple dishes and you may find out from the free ice creams you get, this ends up being lower priced than the others ... Das Creamy ... I'm licking my lips now.
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!
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