Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Lodi. Lodi (/ˈloʊdaɪ/ LOH-dy) is a borough in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 24,136, reflecting an increase of 165 (+0.7%) from the 23,971 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 1,616 (+7.2%) from the 22,355 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Lodi
4 based on 70 reviews
Our party had leak and potato soup, salad, chicken francaise, salmon with mustard sauce, and beef tips. The dessert was apple crisp. Everything was very good, and the portions were enough for big eaters. The service was excellent. We will definitely return!
4 based on 15 reviews
My husband wanted a steak dinner for our anniversary. He'd heard about Charlie Bloods-- it's been around a long time, but it's off the beaten path. We LIVED in Garfield, years ago, & never even heard about this place. It's a local bar with a restaurant in the back. Decor is like a theme restaurant (think TGI Fridays) only the REAL DEAL -- real saddles, cowboy boots, taxidermy done well (deer, goose, buffalo head, bear skin), pictures of John Wayne, classic 50's music, a wood-burning stove, dim lights (electric lanterns hanging off a wagon wheel)....eclectic. The food is Italian and American -- with specials in the $10 range. My husband had "The Duke" --a 24 oz ribeye. I had Eggplant Rollatine. My husband was happy, and I was so pleased with the Eggplant Rollatinen that it has become my new standard for all others to measure by -- crisply fried eggplant stuffed with plenty of ricotta, and a sweet, never acidic sauce (I've been back --it's always perfect!). The pizza served to another table looked great, and the calamari was good too. Try it and you'll want to come back, too. I can't wait to take my daughter, bring friends...we'll be back!
3 based on 60 reviews
We welcome all who look for good hospitality, great food, and solid drinks. At The Dog & Cask we believe in true locally sourced foods, and well-crafted drinks. Our approachable seasonal cuisine is presented in an array of small plates, house-made charcut
I went to the Dog & Cask for lunch the other day wanting to try it as I had passed it about a hundred times on the way home. I am not much of a craft beer person but I needed a burger really badly and decided to stop and try it out.First, the place is nicely decorated in all dark colors and they have a nice bar area up front. It was not very crowded for lunch so I ate at the bar. The bartender looked like someone who should work there, a real hipster-beer making type who was extremely laid back for someone waiting on people. It was quiet so he spent a lot of his time looking at his cell phone. In fact, his eyes were glued to it most of the time.The food and the service are very good. The burger was delicious. It had a salty caramelized outside and was perfectly cooked medium-well with cheddar cheese and bacon. The fries were hand-cut and cooked to perfectly. They were a little salty but still really good. The quality of their food is great but the emphasis is on beer which I do not drink, so I just had a Coke which did get me a look from the bartender.Overall it was a nice lunch but I would not make a special trip there unless you like craft beer which they have an extensive menu of and their prices for a meal are a little expensive for the surrounding area. It is a nice place if you like going to the bar for a drink.
4 based on 19 reviews
The food here is very good for a local pub and the prices are excellent. While the place is a regular hangout for all types of locals from 20 somethings to the PTA crowd to a seniors, it is also a good place for a family meal - especially with free kids meals from 4-7. If you are visiting the area this is a good spot for dinner and or drinks and I have seen some of the local hotel shuttle vans dropping people off. Finally, they have an excellent rotating selection of craft beers.
4 based on 163 reviews
One of three New Jersey locations of the Biggies clam bar chain.
Poor service...waitress said she forgot she had a table to serve...inexperienced staff.. had to ask for utensils...food mediorce...not sure about going back..
4 based on 50 reviews
For over 80 years, Barcelonaâs of Garfield has been serving quality food and drink at affordable prices to generations of families. With a menu that truly offers something for everyone, Barcelonaâs is a one of a kind family owned restaurant that is simply
Good solid Italian food. Been going there for years. One of my favorites is sausage and pepper over ziti. Very family friendly and experienced and pleasant wait staff. Parking in front or across the street, but when it gets busy you may have to hunt for a parking spot. Highly recommended.Thank you for the great review! We are still a family run business for over 80 years!
4 based on 47 reviews
While traveling on a motor coach tour of NY City the Holiday Inn was the designated hotel for our stay. Often the restaurants attached to a hotel are not the best but in this instance we couldn't have had a better opportunity for dinning. One night during our visit we were on our own to choose the dinner venue. Many in our group chose Gabriel's and everyone I talked to enjoyed their meals. The cocktail and menu prices were very reasonable. All of our meals were plated well, more than adequate in serving size and most importantly tasted great. The service was outstanding. Our waiter was friendly, had a good sense of humor and served our meal without any hint of pretense. If we lived in the area we'd likely dine here often.
4 based on 82 reviews
The menu special on Wednesdays is a $10 Loaded Burger, so we decided to drop by BJ's for lunch. The wait staff has a good memory and recognized some in our group, which makes you feel welcome. The table collectively ordered four Loaded Burgers, two classic brisket burgers, and one each of the new menu offerings, a Bistro burger ("beef patty with applewood-smoked bacon, goat cheese crumbles, caramelized onions, tomatoes, spinach, pickled red onions and roasted garlic aioli on a toasted parker house bun") and a Mushroom Swiss Burger (beef patty with sautÃ©ed mushrooms, Swiss cheese, red onions, lettuce, tomatoes and roasted garlic aioli on a parker house bun). Everyone seemed to like their burgers. Although presentation was good and it was tasty, I did have one complaint: when I first picked my burger up getting ready to take a big, a very large amount of grease drained out of it and made a pool on my plate. I suppose some of it could have been from the Swiss cheese, but certainly not all of it. I'm not sure how they are cooking them, but it was a big turnoff.Burgers are served with a generous portion of fries (I learned yesterday you get free refills), which were crunchy on the outside, soft in the middle and perfectly seasoned. I can't imagine getting a refill. Service was fairly good and reasonable quick and at $10, the Loaded Burger is a good value. I think next time I'll try the Bistro version.
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