Reviews on Pub food in Merchantville, New Jersey, United States. Merchantville is a borough in Camden County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 3,821, reflecting an increase of 20 (+0.5%) from the 3,801 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 294 (−7.2%) from the 4,095 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Merchantville
4 based on 21 reviews
Marcoâs was recommended for the âAll You Can Eat Dungeness Crab Legsâ on Thursday Night! The restaurant is located in the golf course country club! There were options of: Old Bay; Garlic & Plain. The crabs were steamed & flavorful. The service was attentive and our wait staff did a good job with supplying refills on our drinks throughout the meal. The cons to this restaurant is that it is small and the seating is tight! The place fills up quickly because of the golfers and outside patrons-so feeling cramped doesnât allow for a comfortable âthrow downâ on the crabs! Not sure if I would make a special return trip, but if I was in the area-would check them out again!
3 based on 16 reviews
I'm a regular here because I live in town. But trust me, there are people that go there every night - that's how relaxed, comfortable, and affordable it is. Even though it's not a smaller bar, I think it's cozy and really like the laid back vibe. Several TV screens showing various sports events, and on weekends there are sometimes DJs and/or smaller bands. Even my kids like it when we bring them along.The menu is great. Their wings are probably the best in the area, and every time I visit I either get their mussels in red sauce or their crabs. Their loaded pub fries are also super good, as is their lobster mac and cheese. We seem to get the same things every time we go, but everyone else I know goes there regularly and raves about the rest of the menu, as well. The drinks are also reasonable--they have a ton for beer drinkers, but me being a cocktail drinker, I always get their Liquid Marijuana drink.As some reviewers have said, their service could be better, but it's not horrible. There are some very good and attentive waitresses there, but sometimes you do get unlucky and end up with a slow one. Which honestly, isn't bad because it is the type of place where you do go, sit, and hang out for hours.
3 based on 369 reviews
I honestly have no idea how this place (canât even call it a restaurant) has stayed in business as long as it has. We have lived in proximity for thirty years and have never been here but a co worker said that the food was actually really good and to not let the dilapidated exterior keep us away.On a whim we decided to try it. We are a family of 5 very hearty eaters. The interior was a cross between an old cafeteria/buffet from the mid throw it together!! The wait staff roll these weird carts with the food around ladling out brown God knows what into plastic cups to dip your steak in. Yes a $37 dollar filet mignon with an overly Smokey flavor and cold onion ring on top with a lovely plastic cup full of âjusâ I suppose. My son ordered a rack of ribs that he could not even get the knife through because there was no meat they were a rack of bones. The waitresses response was - oh that happens sometimes! Where - where does that happen!!! She asked if he would like something else and he was so disgusted that he refused an alternative. The food issues just continued - it didnât matter what it was.The final straw was when the bill came and we were charged $13.95 for the salad bar. I asked the waitress what this was and she said that the âmanagerâ took off the ribs but that there is a $13.95 salad bar fee. I said that he did not eat the salad bar and anyone that cleared the table saw that there were only 2 salad plates. She said thatâs just their rule. I asked to see the manager even though my family just wanted to leave at this point. I explained that my son did not eat from the salad bar to which she responded itâs on the menu there is a âseating feeâ for anyone that sits in the dining room and doesnât eat!!! I guess that this is how they compensate for an empty dining room!What?!?! I said that not that we would ever return again but that - regardless it is just bad business!! Her response was thatâs the rule and walked away!!!Save your money or spend just a little more and go to a real steakhouse in the city!!!
4 based on 157 reviews
Went there for Beers and a snack and it didn't disappoint, with lots of beer and snack options. They have Large Beers and Massive Beer options. Pretzel with Cheese Sauce and Horseradish Mustard was quite good. Great staff, friendly and plentiful seating. Fun time, glad we went!
4 based on 125 reviews
You can always find an extensive, ever-changing lineup of craft beers on tap and thereâs always something fresh in the firkin. Pour one more! Starting with the original Pour House in Westmont, NJ weâve now grown to locations in Exton, PA and North Wales,
The food was really excellent but the service could have been better . We enjoyed the drinks as well . My husband had fish and chips . I had shaved roast beef on sour dough bread . It was very tender and delicious.! My husbands fish was flaky and said it was good . They gave chips with my meal they were home made and yummy . I would go back and recommend it . Thank you for the review Laurie! We are so glad you and your husband enjoyed your meal. We appreciate all feedback as it gives us an opportunity to make improvements within our store. We apologize for the service and we hope that it doesn't discourage you from giving us another try!Hope to see you again soon!
4 based on 142 reviews
Visiting family in the area and we came here for dinner and some drinks. We were seated quickly, but in the back section where it was pretty cold. Our server came promptly and took our drink orders. They have a fairly decent selection of craft beers, although they were out of quite a few of them. We ordered the wings appetizer which were ok, the BBQ sauce was a little bland. For dinner we had burgers and one panini, the burgers were good, but the panini was only ok. The best part of the dinner were the tater tots, which were crispy and not oily.
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