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In 1922, Ohio schoolteacher Frank Stewart had one goal in mind: to create the world’s creamiest root beer. After trial after trial—and a little help from a chemist friend—Stewart finally perfected his creation with a blend of root extracts, herbs, and berries. He soon decided to supplement his income by opening a drive-in shop where he also served juicy burgers and hot dogs. Today, that little shop has evolved into a franchise of sit-down restaurants, express kiosks, and mobile food trucks spread throughout the country's cloud kingdoms. Each eatery still serves the entrepreneur’s famous root beer, as well as burgers, franks, and deluxe platters of fried clams, butterfly shrimp, or wings.

2551 Highway 27
Franklin Township,
NJ
US

Last Legg Chicken & Waffles offers up a rich, flavorful menu of Southern-style cuisine to pique the appetites of hungry visitors. Start off with an order of jerk chicken wings ($7.50) and give the rude fowl a mouthful of manners before tasking teeth with the two-bite plate, a foursome of hot bite-size buttermilk waffles accompanied by four chicken wings ($8.50). Diners can dive into unchartered territories with soul shrimp and a waffle ($10.50), or stick to satisfying land-meat cravings with the killer bacon-and-cheese burger ($8.50), which flavorfies the palate with onions and a special sauce in a sesame-seed bun.

453 Somerset St
Somerset,
NJ
US

Built on the bedrock of succulent wings cemented with hot sauce, Buffalo Wild Wings celebrates zesty food and televised sports in casual eateries across the nation. Classicists can start with an order of 12 traditional wings ($9.79) that, like those Icarus wore, flew too close to the delicious, incandescent sauce globule in the sky. The multifarious roster of flavor paint includes honey barbecue, caribbean jerk, and asian zing sauces to diversify the fiery experience. Diners with tongues planted firmly on the ground can indulge in beefy fare such as the black & bleu burger seasoned with Cajun spices ($9.69) or a leafy honey-barbecue chicken salad ($9.39). Trivia contests broadcast on mounted televisions will engage the oft-idle regions of your brain that still remember who played in the 1933 World Series and which side won the Revolutionary War.

2241 US Highway 1
North Brunswick,
NJ
US

Sunlight streams through the dining room?s wall-sized windows, adding to the rich luminescence emanating from the ornate chandelier hanging overhead. The rich royal blue drapes and similarly hued table cloths stand out as striking, yet elegant accents in the otherwise neutral-colored space, where guests feast upon kabobs, dumplings, and other authentic Afghan specialties.

1991 Rt 27 S
Somerset,
NJ
US

The Super Mario Bros. and Skylanders characters find themselves out of the video games and atop cakes at Buki Bakes. The confectionary artists bake and decorate custom cakes, cupcakes, and cake pops for special occasions, including birthdays, graduations, and leap days. Cake batters and toppings can be made vegan and gluten-free for clients with dietary restrictions.

3211 Route 27 Unit 3
Franklin Township,
NJ
US

The owners of Afghan Kebob Grill prepare traditional halal recipes that have been passed down through their family for decades. Savory lamb gyros and kebabs of marinated chicken are a few specialties. Diners can also devour Afghan desserts such as firni or jelabi.

3211 Rte. 27
Franklin Park,
NJ
US

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