Tuckerton is a borough in Ocean County, New Jersey, United States, named for founder Ebenezer Tucker (1758–1845), and was a port of entry, but not the third Port of Entry in the United States, as is often described. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 3,347, reflecting a decline of 170 (−4.8%) from the 3,517 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 469 (+15.4%) from the 3,048 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Tuckerton
4.5 based on 91 reviews
Dockside is our favorite breakfast spot in South Jersey. Their daily breakfast specials are only $4.99 & include coffee (usually 4-6 options to choose from). If nothing grabs you on the special board, they have a great selection of eggs, waffles, french toast, pancakes and breakfast sandwiches. And the service is as good as the food! They ask you if you would like coffee (or anything to drink) as you are seated. Hot coffee is then at your table in a minute or less. Once you order your meal it arrives quickly and is always hot & fresh. I love their omelets & the home fries are fresh cut potatoes that are delicious. They are open for breakfast & lunch only.
3.5 based on 116 reviews
I've always been a Subway lover...even though there's several other sandwich places that frequently pop up all over the place, Subway remains my favorite. I love their sandwiches in the summer time, because they're light, yet filling...and with lots of fresh veggies on top, they give you a cool option on a hot summer day. My favorite is the tuna, always good and fresh. In the winter (not that we really have winter in Southern Cali:), I like the meatball sandwich, nice and warm to fill you up. The only thing I'm sad about, is the fact that they got rid of their $5 footlong specials....I used to get those all the time...I wish they would bring that back. Subway is always a fresh, healthy fast-food option.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
I am from North Jersey and we have bagal shops all over. In my town we had three and they all did very well. This is the best bagal shop I have found in this area. Not like the bagals from up north but the best around here.
4 based on 5 reviews
At The Union Market, our guests can expect an exceptional cup of coffee, small bites from a few of the area's local kitchens, an ever-changing collection of work from the Makers, and an inviting space in which to enjoy it all. *** The Union Market & Gallery was conceived through a collusion of local female entrepreneurs with a passion for the creative and a devotion to the community. As avid arts advocates, we promote working with your hands as a lifestyle, and are fully committed to the establishment of a makers-driven, patron-focused destination.
We've been here a few times and have enjoyed different types of coffee. I especially like the chai latte. The owners are knowledgeable and the atmosphere is outstanding. You can sit outside and enjoy the view, or inside and peruse the unique gallery. I'm really glad the Union Market has opened, It's filling a need in an area where half the stores are empty.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
Doyle's is a casual pub in Tuckerton with nice variety of pub grub with an Irish flair. I love Shepard's Pie, but unfortunately Doyle's gravyless version is too dry for me. They're burgers are excellent with a nice charcoal flavor. Nice selection of cold beers on tap & if you enjoy shooting pool, they do have a pool table.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
This is a clean, older establishment with a lot of know-how and old-fashioned charm located on Route 9 in Tuckerton, NJ. The menu is well-rounded with ample beef, seafood, veal, vegetarian, pasta, and poultry selections. Rest rooms are of adequate size and clean. We chose their Eggplant Tower and Lasagna entrees which were both delicious! The marinara sauce was well made and delicious. Good food with average pricing.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
A tremendous value. Don't know how they do it and make money. The portions are huge. The chips and salsa are fantastic and if you ask, they will bring you more, free of charge not like other places today. I always order the "make you're own combo" which includes 3 items. I get a chicken burito, beef burito and switch around on the third item from time to time. Our Tuesday night food group has been there probably 4 or 5 times now and it is always fantastic. The only thing I will say to be careful with is the salt. It is absolutely a must that you tell them no salt. The first time we tried it, we almost didn't go back but they have no problem with the no salt request and it is now our favorite Mexican place.
4 based on 126 reviews
We Are Currently Closed for the Season ~ We Thank You All for Joining Us This Year, See You in the Spring!
We had dinner here last night and it did not disappoint. The room was small but beautiful with bay views and nice decor. Our server was very good sorry I forget her name (young, long blonde hair). Cloth table linens but not at all fussy. Some people were in t-shirts and shorts while others were dressed up. You can come by boat and dock out back. The 2 appetizers we got were delicious! Fig, Gorgonzola, and prosciutto crustini was to die for and the fried baby artichokes was equally yummy. My husband got chicken Milanese that was super thin, crispy, and moist. Very good. I got shrimp with tomato cream sauce...this was good but not great. Could have used more seasoning. BYOB or they have NJ wines available for purchase. We already made reservations to return.
4 based on 32 reviews
all the items on the menu are delicious and nice large portions at a very reasonable price.. atmosphere very casual and frequented by many local residents my sisters also have lunch there often owners John & Theresa and staff are all very friendly professional
4.5 based on 58 reviews
In spite of my wife raving about this place with every mouthful (she'd been here before) the food was actually quite good. We did the sampler and a large Greek salad. Mmm. BYOB helped out a bit. Comfortable atmosphere; good service; very reasonable prices.
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