Restaurants in New Brunswick

Korean Fusion Food or a Supreme KBG Feast for Up to Four at KBG – Korean BBQ & Grill (Up to 38% Off)

KBG - Korean BBQ & Grill

New Brunswick

Kimchi meets taco plates at this Korean barbecue and fusion restaurant, where guests can build their own rice bowls and feast on tangy wings

$8 $5

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$22 for $40 Worth of Italian Cuisine for Two at at Panico's

Panico's

Multiple Locations

Chefs plate artistically crafted seafood and Italian dishes including homemade pastas, sauces, and fishes deboned tableside.

$40 $22

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Dinner for Two or Four on a Weekday or Weekend at Hotoke (Up to 42% Off)

Hotoke

New Brunswick

Pull up to a lively sushi bar or grab a romantic candlelit table and try oysters and ginger pork chops

$50 $29

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Japanese Cuisine at Ninja Sushi (48% Off). Two Options Available.

Ninja Sushi

North Brunswick

Signature sushi rolls, teriyaki and hibachi steak, and fresh sashimi

$20 $11

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Healthy Cuisine at Muscle Maker Grill (Up to 46% Off)

Muscle Maker Grill

New Brunswick

Healthy cuisine doesn’t skimp on the flavor with appetizers such as loaded baked potatoes and entrees such as turkey chili

$29.59 $16

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Upscale American Meal for Two or Four at Lago (Up to 59% Off)

Lago

North Brunswick

Upscale American food and seafood specialties served in an intimate dining room or on a romantic patio alongside Farrington Lake

$92.50 $39

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Surf-Inspired Cuisine for Dine-In or Carryout at Shaka Burrito (53% Off)

Shaka Burrito

Shaka Burrito

Surf-inspired menu includes tamarind-glazed mahi-mahi, shrimp tacos, grass-fed beef flatbread quesadillas, and roasted chicken burritos

$40 $19

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R U Hungry, which has been featured on Good Morning America and named the best sandwich in the Country by Maxim magazine, is a mainstay of the Rutgers University student body's collective diet, thanks hearty sandwiches like the best-selling Fat Darrell. That behemoth is stuffed with chicken fingers and mozzarella sticks, then drizzled with marinara sauce. Other sandwiches house a range of beloved fried snacks?the Veggie Butt, for example, brims with jalape?o poppers, mozzarella sticks, and ranch dressing, whereas the Mediterranean falafel wrap keeps it classic with chickpea fritters.

11 Nichol Avenue
New Brunswick,
NJ
US

Mr Subs has come a long way since it was thought up by a group of college friends at Rutgers University. Since then, the sandwich shop has expanded to four separate locations throughout the area. Each follows the same formula—heap savory meats and farm-raised, seasonal veggies between slices of freshly baked bread. Cold subs are the shop's specialty; they come in varieties that include honey-roasted turkey, roast beef, and prosciuttini with capicola and cheese. Diners can also sink their teeth into grilled cheesesteak and BLT sandwiches as well as breakfast options.

1048 Livingston Avenue
North Brunswick,
NJ
US

Muscle Maker Grill grew out of a small smoothie shop, where owner Rod Silva prepared health-conscious alternatives to fast food. The restaurant has since expanded with a menu tailored to accommodate diners with vegetarian, carb-free, and gluten-free diets. The crew prides themselves in creating healthy versions of popular foods, and continues to serve the shop?s original protein shakes with favorites such as chocolate peanut butter and strawberry banana. Additionally, Muscle Maker Grill displays the calorie count for each dish on the menu.

110 Church St
New Brunswick,
NJ
US

To make the Fat Ortley burrito, chefs stuff a tortilla with chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, french fries, ketchup, lettuce, and tomatoes. The eclectic burrito is the brainchild of self-proclaimed foodie Bruce Jones, who graduated from Rutgers University and brings his love of Tex-Mex fusion dishes to the masses at his eatery, Papa Grande Grille. There, chefs fill tacos with Corona-battered cod, and cook up their own jerk chicken. Other standouts include BangBang shimp burritos and a mango chicken quesadilla.

137 Louis Street
New Brunswick,
NJ
US

Harvest Specialty Catering, a one-time market and barbecue joint, is celebrating two decades in the food business by opening a restaurant in the New Brunswick Elks Lodge. The chefs here still cater parties and private events, but now they also whip up deli-style sandwiches, salads, and burgers for those who come to the lodge for lunch. Pulled-pork sandwiches pay tribute to those early days at the original East Brunswick location, while hot reubens on rye showcase tangy sauerkraut, an elk's favorite food.

40 Livingston Avenue
New Brunswick,
NJ
US

At Soul by the Pound, chefs work tirelessly to prepare—from scratch—a daily offering of traditional and authentic soul food. Their own sauces and seasonings coat entrees such as roasted or fried chicken, blackened catfish, and smothered turkey wings, paired alongside candied sweet potatoes, macaroni and cheese, stewed okra, and sweet tea.

49 Bayard St
New Brunswick,
NJ
US

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