Vineland NJ recommendations?

Discussion in 'Restaurant Reviews' started by kuan, Aug 30, 2005.

  1. kuan

    kuan Moderator Staff Member

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    Anyone? :)
     
  2. chrose

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    Kuan, here's 2. One is Neptune. It's a fairly typical seafood restaurant but still quite good. I was there a long time ago. After being in Alaska I was dying for a piece of broiled Bluefish and they didn't dissapoint me!

    Seafood restaurant
    Also a nice Greek place, again small town place but some good finds:
    Actually there's some confusion which one it is but here's 2:
    Olympia Restaurant
    Greek islands

    I hope to have more shortly.
     
  3. chrose

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    Kuan you're killing me here :eek: I'm dying to know why you, in Minnesota would be wondering about restauarants in Vineland. NJ of all places. I say that only because I actually know the place :crazy:
     
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    An Italian restaurant - MapleWood is very popular. I drive past another Italian restaurant beautifully painted to look like a quaint village. I am anxious to try that one. During the summer there is a drive-in Stewart's Rootbeer that has been there 50 years. Good rootbeer and burgers. Not worth a trip from Minnesota.
     
  5. markv

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    Ditto! I live in northern NJ but have been in the Vineland area a few times. It's the no-wheresville of NJ and not even within a tank of gas's distance to anything worthwhile culinarily.

    Chrose: How do you know Vineland?

    Mark
     
  6. chrose

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    Mark believe it or not my wife is from Millville :eek: :crazy: (It's a long story, I'll tell you over a bottle of wine one day!)

    But that's how I know the Millville, Bridgeton, Vineland area.
    Now Kuan, I ask you again Why Vineland :confused:
     
  7. kuan

    kuan Moderator Staff Member

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    Oh shoot, I'm so lame. I never even check this forum where I posted because, well, because I'm lame.

    I might be out in Vineland NJ, just tagging along while the wife goes to work. ;) That's all. No big deal really.

    Thanks chrose. Gawd I'm like one of those people I complain about, ask for advice and never return to cheftalk!
     
  8. chrose

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    San Franciski?" So how did you came? Did you drove 'n did you flew?"
    [​IMG]


    Are you driving or flying to NJ?
     
  9. kuan

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    Probably flying in, but who knows. It's a loooooooooong drive from MN!
     
  10. markv

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    Chrose:

    I would love to share a bottle of wine with you. Someday, and I really mean this, we'll have to "meet in the middle" and hook up. You're up in Rochester right? It's about 300 miles so maybe we can do 150 each way? Anyway:

    Kuan: I wish you well on your trip to NJ. Let me know if I can help you with anything.

    Mark