Located within the Restaurant Village At Long Valley, Long Valley Pub and Brewery offers some of the best brews in America. The pub, housed in a barn that is over 200 years old, was brought to working condition in 1995 by Tim Yarrington. The founder's protegee, Joe Saia, oversees the production of the beers to ensure that the customers drink only the best brews. Nibble on some crispy appetizers as you sip your beer. So renowned are these ales, that they have bagged awards at the World Beer Cup and Great American Beer Festival. On weekends, musicians perform for the guests as they merrily chug their brews.
Sogo offers guests a wonderful Japanese dining experience. You can choose from their array of seafood dishes. Guests can choose a hibachi meal and watch in awe as the chef cuts the fish and puts together your meal. For some delectable sushi made of fresh fish, sit as the sushi bar and your plate will come to you. Those who would like to have some light dishes can choose from their interesting collection of House Rolls which include unique names like Monkey, Rising Sun, Ocean, Dancing Dragon, Godzilla and more. Offering the best of both worlds, guests can enjoy the Japanese fare as some talented musicians churn out western melodies.
An amalgamation of a casual bistro and an elegant restaurant is what awaits you at Skinner's Loft. Located on Newark Avenue, amongst salons and recreation classes, the aromas from the restaurant will draw you towards its gates. On cold winters enjoy delicious steaks, roast chicken and filet mignon by the warm fireplace. Sit by the window in the loft space and watch the world hustle around as you relax and enjoy your meal.
For a wonderful Greek dining experience, visit Taverna Mykonos. the menu boasts of Hellenic cuisine, which includes Greek recipes with a delectable blend of Mediterranean flavors. The restaurant exudes the calm ambiance of Greece with its cream-hued interiors and furnishing with contrasting deep brown tables. Beautiful mosaics of colorful work adorn the walls of this place. Delve into appetizing dishes of Makaronia Me Kima, Meat Moussaka and Pastichio, that offer a great mix of meat, vegetables with tantalizing herbs and sauces.
Located in the center of Newark, this famous bar has a long history with the locals. The atmosphere remains the same with the murals of Ireland on the walls, but the clientèle is forever evolving as the decades change and a cross section of Newark crowds the bar. The chef's special recipes of Chili Cheese Burger and Southwestern Turkey Wrap are worth trying. Voted one of the best bars in America by Esquire, this place is a must visit for the sense of nostalgia felt here.
Unassuming from the outside, Cigar Emporium is a nostalgic cigar lounge on the inside. Its decor features vintage chandeliers, charming accents and a wall clock on the carved tile wall. Guests can select from an array of branded hand-rolled cigars from luxury labels like Alec Bradley, Jamie Garcia, Gurkha, Casa Magna, Ashton and San Cristobal. Also on offer are paraphernalia like humidors, hookah, tobacco and lighters, as well as instructions and other services. Their television sets broadcast live sporting action through the year and hosts private barbecues and parties as well.
Mehndi-The Art Of Indian Dining is a popular Indian restaurant in Morristown. It is named after an ancient tattoo art that holds pride of place in Indian culture. The restaurant offers delightful traditional Indian food like sweet and sour Dahi ki Tikki, crispy Vegetable Pakoras and Masala Papadum. The Rogan Josh (lamb cooked in red gravy) and Murgh Makhani (chicken cooked with butter in a tomato gravy) should be tried once. The Parda Biryani is a good meal by itself. There is also the Tadka Dal that is a favorite Indian lentil. The bar offers a choice of beer, wine and soda. Do not leave without tasting the Gulab Jamun or Gajar ka Halwa- a traditional Indian sweet.
George & Martha's American Grille is a recent development in the city of Morristown. It serves American food along with lots of entertainment and fun and games. There are regular karaoke, pub-quizzes, DJ nights and happy-hours to make the visit worth the time. The food consists of wraps, burgers, steaks and salads. The most tasty dishes here are the Goffle Farms Chicken Under the Brick and the Chop Chop Salad. The bar is well stacked with beer and wine. The service is good and staff is helpful.
Vail Mansion was the former home of Theodore N. Vail. Built in 1917, this opulent structure is now the base of veteran restaurateur, Chris Cannon's four unique dining spaces. Tucked away at the back of the grand staircase, The Vail Bar is a 1920s inspired lounge with an impressive cocktail list, wine selection and rare editions. Enjoy their oyster happy hours at this convivial place. Oozing of refined elegance, The Dining Room is a splendid fine dining restaurant. Set in the main quarters of the Vail family, it features three refined dining rooms. Their four and six course Prix Fixe fare is pricey but is worth the delightful farm-to-table fine dining experience. The Oyster Bar is nestled in what was supposed to be an art gallery. Besides a wide array of raw bar, it also serves homemade charcuterie and tasty small plates. You can enjoy rare wines by the glass from their Enomatic wine machines. Finally the Rathskeller in the basement is not only a happening event space but also fabulous beer hall on Fridays and Saturdays. With so many options for discerning diners under one roof, Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen as it is called colloquially, is a fantastic addition to the culinary scene of Morristown.