Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Basking Ridge, New Jersey, United States. Basking Ridge is an unincorporated community located within Bernards Township in the Somerset Hills region of Somerset County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 Census, the population for the ZIP Code Tabulation Area (ZCTA) 07920 was 26,747.
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4 based on 324 reviews
I reveled in the Good Morning Burger (pork roll, fried egg and hamburger) with ho-hum french fries (better if they were fresh cut)$14.00. My spouse enjoyed a steer herder for $14.00 and others enjoyed the Mac and cheese burger and the brie burger all for 14 or $15. We had a very tasty spinach and artichoke dip ($10) and an order of fried pickles for $6.00. All in for four adults and a ten year old for $102.36.Service was superb at the lunch hour; prices were very affordable even in confiscatory Morristown. Food quality was above average but not gourmet. The hamburgers were offered ONLY rare, medium or well. I ordered mine rare and it came medium and my family ordered their's medium and they came well done. I have found that unless one goes to a true high end steak house, the "doneness" is whimsical at best. Same here. In sum, great service, creative menu, good food but not low cal or low fat. Be forewarned but enjoy the decadence.
4 based on 42 reviews
We âfoundâ Bar Cilento recently, have been there twice so far, and will certainly go again. The food we have tried â soups, salads, pasta, chicken, desserts, etc. â has been uniformly excellent, and the service has been great. And when they were concerned that we had been neglected by our server (we hadnât been), the watchful owners asked whether we needed help. A full bar with a great wine list and an upbeat, wekcoming atmosphere round out the picture. A great âfindâ not far from home!
3 based on 68 reviews
I had avoided returning here for literally years (on previous experiences the service was just too, too slow) but decided to give it a shot again late one night, as late night options in Bernardsville are limited. Found myself pleasantly surprised. The burgers, salad, coleslaw (your typical pub fare) was great, the service friendly and attentive, and the vibe (this is clearly a local watering hole) upbeat. The only drawbacks are that parking might occasionally be hard to fine, even across the street in the train lot, and, when it is packed it can get loud. Outdoor seating is available. So if youâre looking for a convivial place with good food thatâs not too fancy or expensive consider The Station.
4 based on 47 reviews
Awesome view over golf course. Beer selection ok. Food average. Had raw oysters which were good, but a little pricey. Halibut was fair, but way over cooked. And pricey. EAting on deck over golf course made up for average food. Also hard to find, but plenty of parking
4 based on 106 reviews
A nice place to dine with an ample menu and good service. I thought my burger was excellent. My only negative comment, I asked to substitute a side salad for my fries and was not informed that the substitution was $5 extra.
4 based on 152 reviews
I didn't know quaint little villages like this still existed in suburban New Jersey. A quiet little Railroad Station accommodates passenger trains to NYC so visitors from Manhattan came leave their cars behind and ride right up to the front door of the Stirling. It is no longer a hotel but a neighborhood pub selling short order food & specials. The wooden building in picturesque surroundings is reminiscent of the old West or at least a Jersey of long long ago. I ordered a shaved Prime Rib with cheese sandwich on a club roll. The tasty sandwich contained quality beef for a modest price of $16.95. It came with "home made" potato chips which I did not care for. However, a lot of places are now substituting these chips for fries. They are over cooked and too spicy and my hunch is that they are not "home made" but are all made by the same distributor.Please folks, go back to fries.My wife had a Black Bean Burger which was for Vegans, with chipolte sauce.There were too other guests and our entire lunch with soft drinks only came to $65 for 4 people. The ratio of staff to patrons was high so service was prompt.The Stirling is the perfect spot if you are headed to The Great Swamp National Wildlife Reserve which is a short drive away.
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