Reviews on Pub food in New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States. — Alfred E. Smith to Lew Dockstader in December 1923 on Dockstader's fall at what is now the State Theater.
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Simply put Redd's knows how to combine a uniquely innovative communal dining and bar experience with some of the greatest sporting events, concerts and family entertainment.
Or family of 4 which included 2 teenage girls enjoyed ourselves here. It was Homecoming weekend for Rutgers, and we were there to cheer on the visiting Minnesota Gopher football team. Sam, our server, was very attentive and friendly. It wasn't busy when we arrived, which was early, but was starting to pick up by the time we left. They had some fun, different apps and a great bier selection. Give it a try. I don't think you'll be disappointed.
4 based on 13 reviews
Came with my Sassy Sisters for Brunch. How wonderful. The venue is miserable and light. Great service met owner Jeff Salerno and his young daughter Juliana was a perfect hostess. The selections were bass, tech, eye appealing and tastes fantastic. We also met chef James and tastes meats he cooked and carved for us. It was our first time, but we felt like we were special guests. Another favorite are the water carafe. We suggested they sell them . There is a separate bar with 3 tv's. Live entertainment 3 nights a week. They have large parking lot. Note I returned 2 weeks later with daughter, son in law and our pup Bailey. We were seated outside. We were visited by owner and Chef James. Vegetarian and Gluten free options. In the previous Charlie Brown site. Note
3 based on 24 reviews
We were in town during the latest NBA playoff and needed a place to hang out and watch the game. We were seated inside, had a burger, some Mac'n'cheese and a few beers. The waitress was nice enough to change one of the TVs on the basketball game so we could watch it. Great atmosphere and the bar downstairs looked nice too.
3 based on 58 reviews
The George Street Ale House, est. January 2010, is a full service bar and restaurant with a focus on quality food, great service, and exceptional value. Identifying as a gastropub, we specialize in gourmet burgers, local craft beer, an expansive whiskey s
Saturday afternoon. Not extremely busy, but loud. College games on TVs. Ordered a draft beer, mushroom Swiss burger and chicken noodle soup. Beer was good. Burger was not seasoned and tasteless and they brought me vegetable beef soup. The server took the soup off my bill, which I appreciated. However. I will not be going back.
4 based on 17 reviews
Born in Barcelona,reassembled in New Brunswick,NJ.We present cool drinks,crafted Sangria, over 30 wines by the glass and a friendly Spanish influenced cuisine.
I sincerely question the reviews of this place online. Either the people who ate there had never been to Sapin ( uncredible experience)or have absoloutely no taste whatsoever.This place was one of the worst experiences I have had in recent years.We were vsiiting friends(seniors) in NJ and found this online.Having been to Barcelona last summer and loving it, and all the Tapas we ate there- we jumped at this place.Having eaten in many places in Spain, and loved it, we were excited.HOWEVER, firstly, the place is so poorly lit, we all had to use cellphone flashlights. Second, the menu, which had a extremely good selection, had a very poor wine list. Whoever heard of a Spanish tapas place without a Rioja or Albarino? The wine was served in the equivalent of jelly glasses. Embarassing to say the least.And the food- we had 3 Tapas, mushrooms, sghrimp with garlic and octopus. One was worse than the other. Octopus was chewy and tasteless in a nondescript brown sauce, shrimp and garlic forgot the garlic, and the mushrooms were overcooked and tasteless. The only 2 positives, Pria, our server was wonderful and funny, and the check was very cheap. STAY HOME!!!!!!Foodie 141
4 based on 231 reviews
Local brewpub with craft beer brewed on-site and eclectic American upscale pub menu. Been operating in downtown New Brunswick since 1996.
A group of us were in town for the Rutgers-Michigan game from Buffalo. We were welcomed on Friday night by a wonderful, friendly staff - so much so that we started our pre-gaming at Harvest Moon the next morning. Again, the service was outstanding & they make excellent, hand-made bloody maryâs. We returned for dinner after the game, meeting friends from New Jersey and from home - despite being very busy, our food was exceptional. Friends raved about the burgers and my shrimp & grits may have been the best grits Iâve had! Great atmosphere, great beers & cocktails, great food, amazing service!
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