Established 1907. ew dolphins playing alongside the boat during a narrated tour of historic Cape May. Dine on appetizers and light fare by The Fishhouse Market & Eatery. Chef's carving station with roast Turkey and Prime Rib. Build your own sliders. Shrimp Cocktail, Fish Tacos, Lobster Salad, Miniature Crab Cakes, Farm Fresh Deviled Eggs, Fruit Kebobs and
Established 1743. Cruise past the Verrazzano Bridge and the inland waterways of New York and New Jersey. Lunch, Brunch and dinner cruises. Three dining rooms, two dance floors and three cash bars. Menu selections include savory chicken, fresh fish, pasta beef selections, rice, potato, vegetables. International desserts, coffee and tea.
Circa 1750 | A likely Underground Railroad stop, The Cranbury Inn consists of two 18th century stagecoach taverns built together with the main dining room added in the 1930's. Albert Einstein was a frequent diner here. Antique decor items include vintage firearms, an eclectic plate collection, old lithographs and beautiful paintings. Eight different menus ensure the proper dining experience for the occasion. The a la carte menus feature spicy chicken wings, three-cheese onion soup, roast turkey, sauteed milk fed veal liver, tenderloin tips, tender boneless breast of chicken and Cranbury Inn crab cakes. Price range: $49.95-$99.95. Kids 10 & under get 25% discount, 2 & under free. Sunday Brunch: 11am-2pm
Stagecoach stop from Cape May to Philadelphia. So began the life of this little village situated on Reed’s Branch, a part of the headwaters of the Maurice River. It consisted of the hotel at the Stagecoach Stop, a sawmill, three general stores, two churches and several dwellings. It was originally named “Little Ease” after an injured worker was brought into the hotel from the sawmill and asked how he could be comforted; He replied “a little ease”.
In 1838, the present hotel was completed and named the "Railroad House," in anticipation of the Phillipsburg-to-Trenton rail line that would open through Frenchtown 15 years later. You can still see the mile markers enumerating the miles between these two destinations along the towpath that runs along the Delaware River.
located just a few steps away from The Olde Mill Inn.With an ambiance dating back to the 18th century, The Grain House offers casual dining in a unique setting. The restaurant features original beamed ceilings, impressive fireplaces, striking hearths and a warm rustic décor.
isted on the National Register of Historic Places, the Ho-Ho-Kus Inn & Tavern was constructed in 1796 by Andrew Zabriskie as a home for his son. It was once used as a parsonage and first became a tavern in 1890. Over the years, it has been known by several names, including the Zabriskie House, the Villa Inn, the Mansion House, the Wayside Inn, the Washington Inn, Estephe’s Hotel and Paddy Burke’s. In 1953, it was leased to Helen Wilson and her brother, Gordon Butler. Wilson’s son, Dick, later ran the business as the Ho-Ho-Kus Inn. After he retired, it became Claude’s Ho-Ho-Kus Inn and became a favorite dining spot of former President Richard Nixon.
Large 6 acre pumpkin patch,corn maze, hay wagon rides, kids corn box, mini hay maze, scarecrow display, DJ with music and games, petting zoo, pony rides, and kids activities. Concessions are also available for purchase, try a delicious hot apple cider or a tasty treat. Take a scenic, roundtrip train ride that drops you off and picks you right back up at our farm! Please visit the Black River & Western Train’s website www.BRRHT.org for train schedules and ticket information.
Hot dog stand with Cider Hot Dogs. Cider Baked Beans. Cold cider. Pumpkin patch and corn maze. Homemade pies, fresh cider, our "Famous Cider Donuts, apples, soups, breads, hot mulled cider, candles, soaps, honey, jams and jellies, gifts and more. Dogs on leashes are welcome. Enjoy Autumn on the farm. Cider Pressing demonstrations are offered, free of charge, weekends in October. Pumpkin patch and corn maze.
U-Pick Raspberry, Blueberry and Sunflowers. $2.00 admission fee per person, children under 2 years old are FREE. 3 different size trays for picking, $3.00, $5.00 and/or $11.00. Feed the animals at Timmy Town Zoo. Apple Festival and Pumpkin Festival. Pumpkin patch, Corn Maze, Tractor Rides, Pig Races, Hay Mazes, Pumpkin Bowling, Corn Tunnel, Pedal Carts, Horse Swings, pony rides, jumping pillow and more.
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Price range: $31-$50
Hours: Mon-Sat 11:30am-2:30pm and 5pm-10pm,
Built as a private residence in the early 1700s, the home was expanded in the 1830s and became a grain and feed store. Before the restaurant opened in the 1900s, this spot served as an ice cream shop, grocery store, and pelt trading center.
Discovery Barnyard and Animal Farm. Enjoy: climbing rocks, Pedal Go Cart Track, Splash Pad, Pretend Farm, Tractor Tire Stand Castle and more. Bakery and Farmhouse Menu. PYO Strawberries, Blueberries, Cherries, Peas, Beans, Peaches, Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Apples. Spring Hayride, egg hunt. Fall pumpkin picking and hayrides. Visit with Santa, Light Show on the Lake Hayride, roasting marshmallows & S-mores, gingerbread cookie decorating.
Farm market open year round: bakery, apple cider donuts, holiday pies, farm related gifts, seasonal decorations. Hayrides, pick-your-own and animal farm open April through November. Summer Activities: PYO strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and peaches. Spring: Pick your own strawberries, spinach, radishes & Peas. Hayrides to fields. Fall: Apple & pumpkin picking, 5 acre corn maze, animal farm – feed corn to goats, sheep and chickens.
a haunted history, as well. Staff and visitors say that a young girl can be heard crying in the upstairs dining room, and that a former maitre d’ creates cold spots in the kitchen area.
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