Find out what Bar restaurants to try in South Orange. South Orange, officially the Township of South Orange Village, is a suburban township in Essex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the village's population was 16,198, reflecting a decline of 766 (-4.5%) from the 16,964 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 574 (+3.5%) from the 16,390 counted in the 1990 Census. Seton Hall University is located in the township.
Things to do in South Orange
2 based on 94 reviews
We don't go often, but when we do we aren't disappointed. The speciality beers make my husband smile and some of the creole inspired dishes make me sing (well, not literally). The kids love this place and so do my parents. Really enjoyable with friendly staff.
3 based on 67 reviews
Hat City Kitchen is an intimate restaurant/music venue located in The Valley Arts District in Orange, NJ. Serving Creole-inspired comfort food alongside jammin' music, it's a great place to enjoy food, music and drink. Featuring open mics, open jams and m
Attended an excellent performance by Blues Rock artist Eliza Neals and had an terrific meal. I had the fish tacos with fried Brussels spouts. Another had the coconut shrimp and two others had the roasted cauliflower hash -- all parties were completely satisfied. Good fun, friendly service, great music - how can you go wrong? Certainly will go back!
3 based on 131 reviews
We ate here while staying with friends in Maplewood, which is a very pretty town. Food was good. My husband had the Chicken Goujons, I had the crock of Mature cheddar and crackers. We also had a very good Marlborough at a reasonable price. Went back the next day for more!
3 based on 61 reviews
I want this restaurant to succeed. But, sadly, changing the name has done little to impact the sub-par food and service. I went for lunch, with an out of town guest - and was, frankly, embarrassed, by the quality of the food and the service.Hopefully, the owners are hard at work training the kitchen and service staff.This place has tremendous potential.
4 based on 159 reviews
SuzyQueâs offers a unique blend of southern BBQ. We draw from the flavors of Tennessee, Texas and North Carolina to create our own special delicacies. We use only the finest premium meats slow smoked in our state-of-the-art smoker with our own exclusive b
Brisket sandwich was tasty and tender but not enough meat and a bit fatty. Pulled Pork platter was good and generous portions. Service was friendly and efficient and the place is comfortable. Coleslaw and sweet potato fries were decent. Cornbread was average and broccoli casserole was not so good. Overall and enjoyable meal. Thank you for your positive recommendation. We love getting feedback from our customers and are happy to hear about how great your experience was. We look forward to seeing you the next time you stop by from some mouthwatering BBQ!Thanks again!!
4 based on 179 reviews
Went here with a few friends from the area. The appetizers decent, especially the charcuterie. The tuna tartare was overpowered by a very salty avocado mousse so I didnât enjoy it. I ordered the pad Thai and it was a disaster. It tasted like vinegar and the chicken it was served with had been pounded to the consistency of shoe leather and the only thing you could taste was salt. It was served with peanuts but had no peanut flavor. Drinks were good and they do have a massive selection, especially beer. I wonât return. By the way, it seems like a lot of the 5 star reviews for this place are from individuals with very few reviews. Hmmmm.
4 based on 236 reviews
Give me a relaxed welcoming environment serving great food over a uptight fancy pants restaurant serving overpriced food every time. Star Pizzeria did not disappoint. Here I will say that it's everything that makes it great. The chill bar with lots of tables, tv's, locals, cheap beer, and good food. We ordered a plain and pepporni pizza. The pizza was crispy, cheesy, and tasty. It was good in a thin crust bar style pizza is good. Would I go back just for the pizza? Probably not but if someone wants good food, cheap drinks, and a casual atmosphere. Star Tavern is a great spot.
4 based on 41 reviews
Southern-style menu coupled with great jazz music, some evenings live, and great cocktails make this a phenomenal place in South Orange village. Located on busy Valley Street, you need to find street parking or walk from one of the parking lots closer to the train station. The decor is very tasteful and the service is wonderful. With a great selection of foods, both for those who prefer small plates to those who want a larger meal, this place is the real deal!
4 based on 56 reviews
If you're one of those people who want to watch sports while you eat good food then you can't go wrong at Bunny's. There are screens everywhere so you won't miss out on any game. Meanwhile, the garlic salad is fantastic and HUGE. It's for at least 2 people so keep that in mind when you order it. And it's chock full of pepperoni, cheese, veggies, etc.The pizza is terrific. I love the dough especially.The service was good as well.
4 based on 116 reviews
We visited Coda expecting great food and service. The food was ok. I enjoyed the shrimp soup and blackened chicken sandwich. Friends had the short rib grilled cheese which he raved about. The baby back ribs were a bit dry on the inside and quite saucy on the outside. The waitress was a bit abrupt at times and unnecessarily confrontational. For example my friend who was on a diet asked for a little slaw with his grilled cheese sandwich. The waitress said they didnât have slaw. When the ribs came out they had slaw. Really!!Didnât appreciate the non effort to make him happy over a few tablespoons of slaw. I blame mgt for that. Overall, Coda was OK. Will probably return.
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