ReduxNew American • Madison, United States
Wine Bars9 Tips
Maplewood, United States20 Tips
Go for a phenomenal breakfast. Great value, service, and coffee. Sit at the bar!
This is one of the worst diners in New Jersey. Break open in case of emergency.
Cash only. Great deli sandwiches. Not much else going on though.
This place was the height of luxury. Was. Go to see the bar, but if you want a steakhouse experience and do not enjoy awful service with flies buzzing around the dining room, look elsewhere.
Moonshine doesn't know what it wants to be, but manages to make consistently good food and maintain a serviceable wine + beer list, which makes it worth a visit for almost any occasion.
Large, comfortable bar with great bartender service. Extensive beer list.
There's nothing happy about happy hour. Bad service, awkward atmosphere, and they "run out" of happy hour specials...
George Washington built the bridge in 1756 to escape the onslaught of Henry VII and his band of merry men. He then raped and pillaged Prussian mercenaries in Princeton, turning the tide of the War.
Go for the view, the breeze, and the drinks. The food menu is limiting and execution is mediocre. Disappointing pizza, over dressed salads....
Great customer service and coffee that holds up to any other spot downtown. Get the app!
Are these the best lobster rolls in NYC? Absolutely. Massive amounts of fresh lobster meat stuffed into a perfectly buttery, grilled bun.
An amazing place to take in a sunrise or watch day turn to dusk. But watch out for errant frisbees from the disc golf course....
Standard Hudson Valley winery. Sweet whites, sweet reds, sweet view.
Once a Hudson Valley gem, Nina has gone downhill in recent years. The quality food and nice atmosphere are mitigated by an embarrassing wine situation and well-intentioned but only fair service.
Opened in August 2015, BBQ @ Whole Foods replaced Corner Table.
This place is charming and they make good pies. However, the dessert pies are criminally overpriced. $24 for a pie on par with what can be had at ShopRite for $7.
You want a good affordable haircut in an old school atmosphere? Go to Angelo. Fuhgeddaboudit.