Restaurants in New Jersey

Delaware Valley hoagies (aka sub sandwiches) are fantastic in the southern reaches of New Jersey, as is classic Neapolitan-style Italian-American pizza, here often referred to as a tomato pie. Highway travel leads to countless excellent diners and delis, many of which feature the Garden State’s favorite breakfast (and lunch) meat, pork roll, which can be hugely satisfying when griddle-cooked to crisp-edge succulence. In and around Newark, look for Newark hot dogs, also called Italian hot dogs. They are all-beefers stuffed into big puffy rounds of bread along with fried potatoes, onions, and peppers: mighty, mighty meals!

New Jersey’s Most Famous Dishes

Bakery-fresh loaf of Italian bread, resting on the bag it was sold in

Bread & Rolls

Disposable partitioned plate holds turkey with dressing under gravy, a yam, green beans, cranberry sauce, and a baked yam

Turkey Dinner

Buffet tray of plump pink hot link sausages

Hot Links

Cold cuts are piled high with garnishes and condiments in a long loaf almost too big to lift

Sub Sandwiches

New Jersey’s Best Restaurants

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