New Brunswick Places

TripWhat's travel guide to New Brunswick; our list of the best things to see, including Stuff Yer Face, Clydz and Academy of Art of Highland Park & Gallery.
  • The best place in New Brunswick: Stuff Yer Face

    Stuff Yer Face

    49 Easton Ave
    Stuff Yer Face is a restaurant famous for its stromboli sandwich and international beer list located on the Rutgers Campus in New Brunswick, NJ
  • Clydz

    Clydz

    55 Paterson St
    chuck norris recently stopped in for a cocktail at clydz and after his last sip and a near melodic sigh of refreshment, he said to the bar staff "you guys are a bunch of bruce lees in a world full of jackie chans". then he ate the empty glass.
  • Academy of Art of Highland Park & Gallery

    727 Raritan Avenue
  • B. Beamesderfer Gallery

    6 North Second Avenue
    Beamesderfer Gallery, 6 North Second Avenue, (732) 249-6971
  • Old Bay

    Old Bay

    61 Church St
    The Old Bay Restaurant: Where everyday is Mardi Gras! Join us for New Orleans-style food, specialty drinks and craft beer.
  • Due Mari Pesce E Vinoteca

    Due Mari Pesce E Vinoteca

    78 Albany St
    HAPPY HOUR Mondays - Fridays4 :30 pm – 6 :30 pm http://njmonthly.com/articles/restaurants/25-perfect-pizzas.html
  • Tumulty's

    Tumulty's

    361 George St
    In 1937, Peter “Brains” Tumulty began operating a tavern at the corner of George and Washington Streets in downtown New Brunswick. (Don’t look for Washington Street — it no longer exists) “University Pub” as the tavern was known, was a watering hole for a colorful blend of New Brunswick townspeople, politicians, students and businessmen. Rumor has it that if you had an inclination to place a wa
  • Pithari

    Pithari

    28 Woodbridge Ave
    Pithari restaurant offers superb service, fabulous decor, and the most delicious authentic Greek food. Zagat Rated as one of the best restaurants in NJ!
  • Sahara Restaurant

    Sahara Restaurant

    165 Easton Ave
    Come and enjoy dining indoors and outdoors at Star Ledger's Number One NJ Restaurant, Sahara Restaurant. NJ's most popular Mediterranean restaurant offers a unique atmosphere of well-prepared international cuisine, décor, music and friendly service.
  • Houlihan's

    Houlihan's

    55 US-1
    In 1972, Houlihan's first opened its doors in Kansas City with an eclectic menu and energetic bar scene. Ferns hung throughout, artifacts cluttered the walls, tapestries made by San Francisco hippies formed the ceiling. It was hot. Fast forward a few decades. New inspiration. New menus. New soundtrack. And a modern, warm restaurant design with a prominent bar. Today, our company is built entirely around what the progressive consumer seeks in a restaurant + bar experience.
  • daryl Restaurant

    daryl Restaurant

    302 George St
    Innovative. Imaginative. Delicious. Food Worth Waiting For... Daryl
  • Namasté Café Organic Juice Bar

    89 Morris Street, 2nd Floor
    An all vegan, organic cafe which offers various juices and wraps. It is located above the George St. co-op.
  • The Stage Left Restaurant

    5 Livingston Ave
    Located next to the George Street Playhouse and known for one of the best wine lists in the world.
  • Efes

    Turkish restaurant
  • Hotoke

    George St
    Japanese restaurant.
  • Aposto Pizzeria and Restaurant

    76 Raritan Avenue
    , (732) 745-9011
  • Pad Thai

    217 Raritan Avenue
    , (732) 247-9636
  • Evelyn's

    Lebanese cuisine
  • the Court Tavern

    124 Church St
    Check-in: 12 noon, check-out: 2 am. The Court Tavern has been New Brunswick NJ's longest running live music venue for the last 26 years. During that time, they have hosted: The Gaslight Anthem, The Melvins, Pavement, The Replacements, WEEN, The Flaming Lips,Circle Jerks, Henry Rollins, Jonathan Richman, Real McKensies, Urge Overkill, Jesus Lizard, Nashville Pussy The Butthole Surfers, X, The Smithereens, ? and the mysterians, The Dictators, The Upper Crust, The Parlor Mob, The Bouncing Souls, World Inferno Friendship Society, Vision, The Woggles, The Fleshtones, The Moony Suzuki, Los Straightjackets, Shades Apart, Lifetime and many many other talented artists.
  • Stuff Yer Face

    good boli restaurant and sports bar
  • Edo

    Japanese restaurant
  • Park Pub

    182 Woodbridge Avenue
    , (732) 572-2172
  • La Fontana Ristorante

    120 Albany St
    Serves Italian cuisine, representing all twenty regions of Italy.
  • The Grease Trucks

    a College Ave
    landmark of Rutgers student life. (Those are actual trucks and trailers where one can grab a bite of a "Fat Cat" and other such delicacies - stuff on a roll, essentially.)
  • The Frog and The Peach

    29 Dennis St
  • Pithari Taverna

    28 Woodbridge Avenue
    , (732) 572-0721
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in New Brunswick uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.