Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Runnemede, New Jersey, United States. Runnemede is a borough in Camden County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 8,468, reflecting a decline of 65 (-0.8%) from the 8,533 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 509 (-5.6%) from the 9,042 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 6 reviews
Went here with a friend to grab a beer. The live music was pretty good, and the prices for the beer were quite reasonable ($5 for Guinness, $3.5 for Yeungling). The staff was really friendly, and quite helpful. The only complaint that I had was that the outside patio was enclosed, so it was very smoky, and the smoke also wafted into the main bar.
4 based on 125 reviews
You can always find an extensive, ever-changing lineup of craft beers on tap and thereâs always something fresh in the firkin. Pour one more! Starting with the original Pour House in Westmont, NJ weâve now grown to locations in Exton, PA and North Wales,
The food was really excellent but the service could have been better . We enjoyed the drinks as well . My husband had fish and chips . I had shaved roast beef on sour dough bread . It was very tender and delicious.! My husbands fish was flaky and said it was good . They gave chips with my meal they were home made and yummy . I would go back and recommend it . Thank you for the review Laurie! We are so glad you and your husband enjoyed your meal. We appreciate all feedback as it gives us an opportunity to make improvements within our store. We apologize for the service and we hope that it doesn't discourage you from giving us another try!Hope to see you again soon!
4 based on 13 reviews
We'd lived within about a mile or two from the Old Rail Tavern for over 30 years and had never eaten there. After a good friend recommended it highly, we decided to give it a try.Reviews on TripAdvisor had given good marks to the Double Porker, with pulled pork, cheddar cheese, and bacon, so I ordered that. My wife got the cheesesteak "wit whiz."Both sandwiches were excellent, and the prices were very reasonable. Our waitress was friendly and prompt, and she checked back a couple of times to see if we needed anything.Since it was our first time there, we ate in the bar areaâwe weren't aware that there were other tables on the upper level. However, the activity in the busy bar area, which reminded us of the TV show "Cheers," was fun and lively, and there were plenty of TVs to watch while we waited for our food.We regret that it took so long to discover the Old Rail, but, now that we have, it'll be one of our regular go-to places. Next time we'll try the pizza, which looked very good.
3 based on 31 reviews
I did not like their new Southwestern Salad. It was a sirloin so I should have known it would be chewy. It was served over iceberg lettuce with fried wonton on top. I didnt eat part of it because it was too chewy. Their onion rings were very crunky and was tasty! We were seated quickly but the wait time for our food was close to 1/2 hr because the restaurant was packed with customers. Would I go back? Not for a while....
4 based on 80 reviews
Their crab bisque is amazing. Definitely worth a trip alone. They have a good selection of local beer. The menu is sandwiches, salads, appetizers, burgers and pizza. We had the BLT sandwich and the grilled cheese both of them were delicious. The place is definitely a big meeting spot with the locals. Definitely worth a trip.
4 based on 183 reviews
New American cuisine prepared in a scratch kitchen, paired with an on-site brewery producing fresh, award-winning beers, all in a friendly, comfortable atmosphere. Happy Hour specials available Monday-Friday from 4pm-6pm. Reservations are accepted for lun
Sitting outdoors here on a lovely late spring day is quite nice. Our waiter, Cody, was the best: he was able to provide great comebacks for my brotherâs offbeat humor, was attentive, and was courteous. We had the calamari which were good but the sauce (what was that?) doesnât pair well. The wings were good but so sticky--we shouldâve been provided wet-naps! The desserts are disgustingly too large, and my mother thought the crab sandwich had too much filler. Actually, it was Cody who made our visit here great.
4 based on 93 reviews
Took my mom for a late lunch early dinner. Service was extremely friendly & good. We shared a veggie thin pizza which was delicious. We also split the lobster roll since its a seasonal dish. It is very small & not really worth the money. I have been to other Chicago Uno & food on regular menu has always been consistently good. Will return
4 based on 31 reviews
Family friendly Bar and restaurant with daily drink and food specials
I came here with a group of friends and we ordered pasta, as it was on a special that evening. What arrived was enough to feed a few families!Huge portions of garlic bread, a massive salad to begin and then what can only be described as a bowl of pasta - all for roughly $12 each!Needless to say we could not finish our meals. It did make me think of the waste created because not everyone would finish it or take it home and eat it as leftovers.
4 based on 42 reviews
First time visitor from out of state. Impressed by the large crowd for a Friday afternoon. Spacious interior with a very good, and varied, menu. Service was prompt, courteous, and very attentive. Would definitely visit again, perhaps at a time when the noise level subsided.
4 based on 30 reviews
Great beer list! Thats where my compliments end. It is your typical bar food. If you like that sort of thing you'll probably enjoy it. I want more than just a bunch of deep fried food. The service was average but our waitress came out of the restroom with her apron on. Thats a big no no! Grossly unsanitary! Won't be back.
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