Farmingdale is a borough in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 1,329, reflecting a decline of 258 (-16.3%) from the 1,587 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 125 (+8.5%) from the 1,462 counted in the 1990 Census.
Restaurants in Farmingdale
4.5 based on 150 reviews
My go to place for solo runs that clear the mind. Wide soft trails -5 miles plus a little - in a serene-quite environment around a beautiful water reservoir. You get true nature connection and the trails are covered by tress, nice shade during the summer.
4.5 based on 159 reviews
Spanning more than 3,000 acres, this state park is best known for its 19th-century iron-making town, Allaire Village, and antique steam trains.
This campground is only 6 miles to the beach. It's location is perfect. The cabins only have bunk beds and a table but was a lot easier then setting up a tent. The bathrooms were clean for a state park. Lots of hiking trails around the park. Great weekend getaway.
4 based on 233 reviews
Located in Tinton Falls, minutes away from the popular Jersey Shore area, the center is close to many popular Jersey Shore communities. Jersey Shore Premium Outlets offers quality outlet shopping in a village setting designed with the charm of the shoreline area and serves the popular vacation market. Easy access off the Garden State Parkway also ensures that travelers from the New York City metro area, and those en route to Atlantic City, can enjoy a Premium Outlets "stop and shop" experience.
I enjoy this outlet mall because it's not too large or confusing. It's basically one large square with 2 short walkways on the inner part. The prices are good, as it's an outlet and it's never too crowded. It's very clean and well kept. We took guests from England here and they love the prices and the variety.
4.5 based on 245 reviews
Set my oldest cheese record with their 8 year old Canadian cheddar. This place has all things eatable from produce to fully cooked or baked items. Reasonable priced local produce and excellent assortment of coffees, cheese, candy, syrups, honey, etc. They even have a smoothie bar, ice cream bar, desert bar and snack bar. I had a panini with ham, Brie, Granny Smith apple slice & apple butter- it was fantastic.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
A fun place for everyone who loves to watch local drivers whether they are learning the ropes or competing for wins. A good way to spend a weekend afternoon/evening with family, friends, etc. However, they have recently changed concession companies and my advice now is either bring your own food or buy your eats at the Sabrett stand at the far end of the stands. Service from the new concessions is lousy, food tastes terrible and we heard too many people complaining about it. Still, you gotta enjoy the racing!
5 based on 479 reviews
Real-life room escape games are a type of physical adventure game in which people are locked in a room with other participants and have to use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles, find clues, and escape the room within a set time limit.
My 14 year old daughter and her friends loved doing this for her bday. Would highly recommend it for a teen birthday party! There was so much teamwork and laughter during the activity! Can't wait to go back with my friends and family to escape from other rooms! Staff were friendly, fun-loving and patient! Also, if you have the Route 9 Community Card, you get a discount!
5 based on 59 reviews
Took a friend who had never parasailed before and is afraid of heights and sharks. He was actually laughing as we were dunked and swirled in the ocean. We enjoyed the view And serene quiet up 300 feet in the air . We enjoyed the classic rock music during the boat ride and we clapped for each couple when they returned . Lots of fun..
5 based on 89 reviews
Hendry Wijaya played an absolute,itely enthralling, amazing, beautiful, entrancing solo piano recital. The church was nice.
4.5 based on 266 reviews
I live close to a few beaches and this is one of my favorites! Ocean Grove's family friendly atmosphere extends to the beach and its boardwalk. While it can get crowded during the summer months, I always have a relaxing time when I am here.
5 based on 126 reviews
The BlueClaws are the Jersey Shore's top stop for affordable, family entertainment. A Phillies affiliate, the BlueClaws play 70 home games across the summer at beautiful FirstEnergy Park in Lakewood. There are fireworks after every Friday and select Saturday home games. Thursdays are Thirsty Thursdays, with dollar beer and soda. Kids Eat Free every Sunday too!
Tyler, the group salesperson was a great help in planning our family event. We had 13 people - 9 adults and 4 kids. Tyler arranged for our name to be on the big screen when they welcomed groups. It made us feel very special! The park is clean, and the concessions are good. Lines weren't too long. The bouncy house area was a great activity for the little kids who couldn't sit through the whole game.
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