Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Mullica Hill, New Jersey, United States. Mullica Hill is a census-designated place (CDP) and unincorporated community located within Harrison Township, in Gloucester County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the CDP's population was 3,982.
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3 based on 140 reviews
Got here for the local breweries take over. Seemed like they weren't prepared with details.(kept asking questions)We all sat at the bar; got everything straight. Ordered some food and some beer flights. Enjoyed the beer; gotta pint.Food was good.Was in the side bar; the windows were open(great day, weather was nice)issue... lots of flies everywhere. Had to keep food covered
3 based on 21 reviews
We've given this place several tries. The food is good, service is good, but the "atmosphere" leaves a lot to be desired. Several times we've been seated next to loud, obnoxious, over-served patrons, or most recently, a few men at a corner of the bar using very foul language, without regard to the people sitting around them, and without any intervention from staff or management. It's unbecoming to the environment we assume management is trying to create.We appreciate your feedback and your continued patronage! Our sincere apologies for your disappointing visit last night. Please know that we do not condone that type of behavior. The group of patrons that you speak of were told not to use profanity and to lower their volume. We strive to not only provide our guests with delicious food but an overall enjoyable experience! Please contact me with any further comments or concerns at [email protected] Best Regards, Management
4 based on 327 reviews
Having heard raves reviews from friends regarding this restaurant, we took our chances on a late Sunday afternoon. We had a problem finding the actual site but after finally finding our way through the winding lanes, we were quite pleasedâright on the scenic Delaware across from the Philadelphia Airport. The elegantly decorated restaurant was fullâindoors and outdoors. The indoor dining room noise level was almost deafening so we opted for the outside veranda on this beautiful, but very warm evening. While waiting for our dinner, we were entertained by a soloist with accompaniment and the arriving planes--within minutes of each other, that strangely enough were barely heard. For dinner, we shared a rather large tomato caprese as a starter. My crab cake was full of lump crab meat. My companionâs crabby delight was a mÃ©lange of seafood. We enjoyed both. The upcharge on the wine was steep but our Sauvignon blanc was worth it. All topped off by sharing a slice of key lime pie for dessert. The restaurant had adequate parking despite the crowd that evening. Try it--youâll like it.
4 based on 133 reviews
New update The family and I stopped in here for dinner on our way home from the Adventure Aquarium in Camden N.J. We all got one type of burger or another. I had the turkey burger and one grandson had a cheesesteak. Everyone was happy with their meal. The staff was very nice and the facility is very clean. We also got the small desserts in a type of shot glass. I believe the prices are very good for the food. Itâs worth stopping in here if your in the area.
4 based on 70 reviews
Been here few times now. Been happy with each visit. Nice atmosphere. Inside and outside seating. Large bar area. Friendly service. Would describe as upscale bar food. Lots of choices. Appetizers, salads, burgers, sandwiches, entrees. Easy to substitute. Lots of beer choices. Tasty iced tea. Recommended.
3 based on 143 reviews
A local coworker took us to this great place for some after work drinks and dinner. I ordered the lobster ravioli and was not disappointed. Their mixed drinks were good as well as the service. They have some cool decorations and unique bathroom signs.
4 based on 135 reviews
When we first moved to southern jersey some 16 years ago there were not a lot of restaurants down here so we tried them all. I donât need to tell you that Telford inn was not one we liked since we didnât return until 16 years later. We were pleasantly surprised. Decor had changed, they had a very nice bar that was a very good size and was filled. Our server was excellent I just wish I could remember her name. She was very attentive. The food was excellent, my husband had the seafood bisque which he liked very much. He also had the chicken pot pie which was a good size, very tasty with a piece of phyllo on top. A little different from what I make but he was said it was excellent. I had the roast Long Island duckling with a cherry sauce. It was over delicious mashed potatoes and roasted cauliflower. The duck was cooked perfectly, tender and very tasty with the skin nice and crispy. Nice presentation too. My only negative was and this is just my personal opinion would be that i liked it served sliced off the bone with just a little bit more sauce. But overall it was very good! We finished with banana foster which was nice as well. The menu is different than online and there is a nice assortment. We look forward to coming back and will not be waiting 16 more years, more like 16 days to try another entreeâ. Very nice dinner! We will see you soon! Nice job!
4 based on 194 reviews
Stop in for a early dinner on a Saturday . Seated right away. Server Shelby was a delight. There was no rushing us to place order. Once order was placed it arrived quickly . Our drinks were refilled without having to request. Shelby was right there too make sure our dinner and everything was good. Will return soon.
4 based on 118 reviews
We dined at Carolina Blue tonight, partly to help support a local non-profit. We love coming here and itâs especially fun on a Wednesday night when they have live music. We were served nice, hot bread to start while we waited for our drinks. I had the garden salad with a champagne vinaigrette, and my husband had the French onion soup. His soup looked delicious. I had grilled salmon which was served with a quinoa blend. My husband had the grilled crab cakes, which were ample and served with scalloped potatoes and an asparagus bundle. We took home a slice (actually a quarter of the pie) of grasshopper pie, a delicious frozen chocolate and mint concoction. It was a whopping $6. Donât miss it. This is a great local place with good food and friendly service.
4 based on 207 reviews
Reported to be the Oldest Tavern in New Jersey, with two bars and three dining areas offering Tavern Fare ~~ With Flair! Steaks, seafood and the "best burgers in town". Reservations accepted but not necessary most evenings. We offer 14 rotating taps with
We had an excellent dinner as usual but we usually like to sit in your dining room but we almost didnât because you had so many tables reserved. It turned out that one table was reserved the whole time we were there and probably someone could of eaten there in the meantime and still would of been available for the party it was originally reserved for. This would of been better use of the reserved table and some guests would of been happier sitting there.Thanks for the feedback. We take our reservations seriously and - if you have one - you rarely have to wait for your table. We don't overbook. Therefore, it is possible for a table to go empty for a while waiting for our guests - particularly if it is the first seating for this table on the evening. Then you have the inevitable "no show". Since we work on a two hour turn for a 4 - top, no shows are a very costly fact of life in this business. For these and other reasons, we do not take reservations for our outside Patio dining or our bars. Those areas are walk in seating only. Thanks again for your thoughts and we hope you will return soon.
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