Hopewell is a borough in Mercer County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 1,922, reflecting a decline of 113 (-5.6%) from the 2,035 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 67 (+3.4%) from the 1,968 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Hopewell
4.5 based on 172 reviews
cozy little place....a byob....waitstaff very attentive and helpful...hands on owner, makes sure you are having a good meal....
4.5 based on 60 reviews
We don't eat out often for breakfast, but when we do, we head to the Boro Bean. The waffles with fruit toppings are absolutely delicous. It's a nice atmosphere and lovely cafe in the middle of Hopewell.
3.5 based on 6 reviews
Stop in for morning coffee a few times a week. Coffee is hot and ready all hours of the day and the gentlemen behind the counter are always super friendly and courteous. Always a warm greeting and they work hard to keep their operation running efficiently.
4.5 based on 122 reviews
Have been here for one lunch and one dinner now.
Locally-sourced and fantastically-prepared food along with a picturesque
country, rustic, stone and wood environment is really, really good.
The main reason we tried the venue is because they serve Troon beer
(brewery is part of the same property); truly some great beverages.
We throughly enjoyed lunch, with normal portions, well-prepared, good selections.
Given my satisfaction with the lunch, I had high expectations of taking my family
there for dinner. And without reservations on a Thursday, they were able to
gratiously fit us in, after spending a little time at the bar with an overworked bartender (translation, too long to get even a beer). My disappointment with dinner was twofold: First, the portion sizes were more like a tasting menu. Both the appetizers and the entrees were VERY small portions. Please understand, the food was very good and expertly-prepared. But they really need to double what they are giving each person. Think of an appetizer plate, with excellent presentation, but only filling about 20% of the plate and is consumed in just a couple of bites. Dinner (for all) was the similar, but needed abut 50% more for each dish. Second, my other disappointment, was the service. It started when we asked if we could go ahead and order the appetizers and then give him the entree order in a few. His response was that he didn't do that. Initial foregiveness as a younger person, but then the drink orders were well-delayed, each time, with wrong orders being brought out, missed bringing another out, and most of the time all of us sitting there with empty drinks. Questions about some of the food preparation showed some knowledge of the compositions, but clearly lacked in other areas. And while providing the poor service, then he did all the right training by asking if everything was good, the food was good, and so forth. It bordered on annoying, as it had the appearance he was just worried that his tip was in jeopardy.
4.5 based on 129 reviews
Hand crafted wood fired pizzas. We source many local and organic toppings. Our dough takes 4 days to make and then just 90 seconds in the oven.
When in Hopewell Nomad pizza is a must! If you don't stop to eat here you'd best be moving on your way because you clearly don't know what you are doing. The food is excellent. The environment is cozy. The staff are friendly. Summer is awesome, kick-back and a real treat. Oh, remember, they only take cash, some come with some Benjamins in your pocket.
4.5 based on 90 reviews
The Peasant Grill is an eat-in/takeout restaurant for lunch, and takeout only for dinner. Outshines other restaurants in Hopewell!
We heard about this restaurant during the ebola outbreak in Afica. Dr. Nancy broke her curfew to get food from this place. We finally had a chance to visit this quant and homey joint. Good all you can drink coffee. Nice pastry and sandwiches. A must visit restaurant... Don't worry. It is safe.
4 based on 95 reviews
Amazing place! The environment and quality of food. Small market it's good selection of cheese, meat and health snacks.
The order-to-go restaurant has excellent food and sandwiches. You can eat there or take out. The Cuban sandwich with pulled pork is the best! Really worth the visit
4 based on 58 reviews
I have taken out food before from here and have really liked it. This time we decided to dine in. I ordered the marinated chicken salad. There is a lot of chicken in this salad almost too much. So I removed more than half the...MoreI apologies for your experience while dining with us. I would appreciate the opportunity to gather more information and correct this issue so please reach out at your convenience. My email is [email protected] .
4 based on 99 reviews
Opened 2000 to raves and high acclaim. The first BYOB "Farm to Table" restaurant. The Brothers Moon is a 100 seat full-service restaurant with a seasonally changing menu. beautiful front patio dining, our take-out cases are filled with salads, cheese, meats, olives, and breads with delicious goodies, pastries, cookies from our own ovens. Health-conscious and vegetarian foods are always available. We pledge to use the finest ingredients in all that we prepare for our customers. The Brothers Moon is a place where the genuine care and comfort of our guests is our highest mission. The Brothers Moon welcomes your celebrations, events, and business gatherings. We offer two dining rooms with a total seating for up to 100 guests. Chef Will plans his menu in synchronicity with the true seasons of the earth. He takes pride in keeping in touch with nature by visiting and purchasing from local farms. These farmers in turn partner with and provide The Brothers Moon with the best food available.
We have been to this restaurant several times before, so we thought we'd go back. For the money, we feel it was not a good value--the appetizer we shared was an asparagus salad. There must have been two stalks in it and some greens and dressing; certainly not $12 worth. My entrée was the salmon and as I ate it, I wished I were home, where I make salmon that's thick and juicy, cooked over very high heat. The Brothers Moon version was a very thin cut, not moist, and the only accompaniments were a bit of arugula and some snow peas. I went home feeling a bit hungry still, and so did my fiancé. Sorry to say, we can't give it a high rating and have crossed it off our list.
4 based on 27 reviews
had a great breakfast here a month or so ago, so I thought I would try their lunches...what a difference....one person had a reuben , who said the corned beef was tough...another had a tuna sand...which was so-so...I had a hamburger patty melt...which was very greasy....had to ask for utensils and 3 times for water....prices are reasonable...could have been an off day......but it wasn't a good lunch...seems to have a very local following...
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