Absecon (pronounced ab-SEE-con) is a city in Atlantic County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city's population was 8,411, reflecting an increase of 773 (+10.1%) from the 7,638 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 340 (+4.7%) from the 7,298 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Absecon
4.5 based on 433 reviews
We love traveling down to Shea's. It always has been worth our long trip until this last time. We waited over 40 minutes for our food. We only ordered omelets, nothing out of the ordinary. We felt this was entirely unacceptable and have never experienced a wait time like this in all the years we have been going here.
I feel it will be sometime before we go back.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
Vic's Sub Shop has been serving up the best and freshest subs in South Jersey for over 70 years! Since we first opened up shop back in the 1940s, we've made it a point to use only the highest quality ingredients available. That's why we hand select ingredients like Boar's Head Turkey, roast beef, and ham, and Atlantic City Italian bread that's delivered throughout the day to guarantee that your sub is as fresh as can be. You'll even see us freshly slicing the steak for your hot or cold sub! And because this commitment to quality has always been core to our mission as a family-owned sub shop, you won't see us charging an arm and a leg for anything on our menu - be it one of our classic subs, burgers, wraps, or salads. Can't get away from the office for a healthy, hearty lunch? We'll happily deliver! And when you need a delicious, easy meal for your big meeting or special event, give us a call and ask about our incredible party trays. We look forward to serving you soon at Vic's Sub
Having grown up in hoagie-land and then moved to the Rockies, I have a regular craving for the great quality sandwiches of this region. When I come back to the Absecon/ACY area for work, multiple trips to Vic's are always in the plan. The sandwiches are very fresh, portions are more than generous (huge, actually), the bread is excellent, the service is fast and they have Tastycakes on hand. What more could you want from a sub/hoagie shop?!
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Haven't been to Dairy Queen in many moons. Years ago when I spent many days on the road traveling to play golf tournaments I would stop at Dairy Queens in all kinds of places. They had dipped cones and blizzards and milk shakes and a few other items. Today it is a veritable menagerie of great options. I did have a Reese's blizzard in a waffle cone. My wife had a chocolate dipped cone. Both were excellent and the service was terrific. Really enjoyed it and will go back very soon. We also thought the prices were excellent
5 based on 9 reviews
This is small, locally owned café. Nothing fancy but the bagels are the best -- they make their own. My friend from NY -- a native New Yorker -- says they are the best bagels she's ever had outside of the city limits.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
We stopped in for dinner. We were warmly greeted and seated immediately.
The wonton soup was very bland, almost tasteless, but the wontons themselves were good and the broth did have some shrimp in it. The pan fried pork dumplings were very good, with a very thin dough, which I love. The general tso chicken was outstanding, but the kung pao chicken was almost all vegetables, with very little chicken and just a few peanuts. The little chicken there was tasted good.
Bottom line: Above average Chinese, especially for this area, which has so few good Chinese food options.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
You must go there for many reasons:
Taste, quantity, variety, price, quality and owners
We ordered eggs, sausage and French toast, cheese burger and eggs with bacon and pancakes, faultless and no complains what so ever.
The family who owns the business are wonderful, hardworking and nice .
We met Jack one of the family members and based on google search and trip advisor reviews we picked the place to have our meal.
We don't regret for a second.
You must pay them a visit if you are close by.
Keep up the good job JJ's Diner.
Viviane, Andrew and Fred
4 based on 268 reviews
Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Full service bar Great Happy Hour drink and Food Specials 4-7 PM Daily at the bar Serving Breakfast & Dinner Early Bird Menu Prime Rib Specials on Weekends Daily Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Specials Reservation Accepted No Longer Doing Live Music on Saturdays
The food is just great and the portions are huge. The service is hit or miss. Sometimes very good, and other times very slow and inattentive. Great fish franchese and large Turkey dinner. Terrific stuffing. Very we’ll decorated for the holidays. Reasonable prices. Plenty of parking. Worth the trip.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
We love Tripician's! It is our "go to" for purchasing yummy homemade macaroons and fudge. We love picking up some of these tasty items for our out-of-town guests. It never disappoints!
4.5 based on 83 reviews
This place does not disappoint. The coffee is fresh, the eggs are cooked exactly as requested, and the service was great and with a pleasant smile. Although this place gets busy late morning, we had no problem getting a seat right away on Saturday around 10am. A great place to eat if you are staying at the MarriottVacationClub. I will come back again. I recommend you try the Sunryser Country Store for a pleasant way to start your day!
4.5 based on 13 reviews
I am from Philly. Rita's water ice originated in Philly. It was a rite of spring. I know spring will be happening no matter what the weather is like once Rita's opens. I am a traditional water ice eater--no custard, no cream ices, just regular plain water ice and I LOVE it. It is not like a snow cone if you are not familiar with water ice or other frozen treats. My favorites is lemon, cherry, banana, grape and watermelon. Hubby likes wild black cherry. Daughter likes cotton candy and chocolate. Lots of flavors to chose from. Check it out.
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