Vineland, New Jersey, is a city of traditional pursuits, where residents can engage in entertaining activities rarely found any longer in other locales. In a Vineland guide to things to do, food and entertainment tops the list, including a unique farmer's market that keeps the town's residents supplied with the freshest of foods.
In a town where food is an important part of the local culture, a quality guide to Vineland must mention the diverse variety of restaurants in the area. Casual dining is popular in Vineland, with shops like Giovanni's Italian American Delicatessen and Luca's Pizza providing great deals on tasty casual staples prepared quickly enough to allow for a speedy lunch or a take-out dinner. At Giovanni's, the taste treat is its delicious sub sandwiches, which include ample fillings made from quality ingredients. Luca's provides some of the best pizza in town, available by the slice or as a whole pie. For food that's a little more substantial, there's the Dakota Prime Steak House and Sushi Bar, where patrons can get a delicious rib eye steak as well as choose from an extensive menu of sushi offerings. Especially popular with those who have a sweet tooth, Sweet Life Bakery offers residents delicious cakes and pastries along with a variety of coffees and teas that can be enjoyed in the shop or taken home for later.
Vineland is the home of one of the last drive-in theaters in America. The Delsea Drive-In is a traditional all-American drive-in built in 1949 but upgraded with modern technology to present high-quality new-release movies. Affordable admission and a menu that carries movie staples from popcorn to candies along with tasty treats such as cheese fries and pulled pork sandwiches make this outing a must in any things to do guide. No Vineland guide would be complete without listing the Landis Marketplace, a two-floor indoor market featuring a fresh food Amish market on the bottom floor and a variety of local vendors on the second.