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Morristown, NJ

The Soldiers Camp

Things To Do: Restaurants

Black Horse Tavern & Pub

The tavern is one of New Jersey's oldest restaurants, housed in a building that was a stagecoach stop in 1742. It serves American fare such as roasted rack of lamb and slow-cooked pot roast. The pub, next door in a former horse barn, offers sandwiches and burgers, as well as more expensive entrees. more...

Hibiscus Restaurant

The Caribbean-American restaurant prides itself on offering "something for everyone." Choose between a New York sirloin steak, Jamaican jerk chicken, curried goat and barbecued baby back ribs. A brunch with live jazz music is served on Sundays. more...

Marjan Persian Grill

Tasty kebabs, stews and a BYOB policy are three good reasons why customers keep returning. Numerous, unique vegetarian options are on the menu, including braised lentils and basmati rice mixed with caramelized onions and raisins. more...

Ming II

The restaurant claims it has re-invented Pan-Asian cuisine. The menu features such dishes as chili duck, chicken Penang curry and jumbo shrimp in black pepper sauce. more...

Rod's Steak & Seafood Grille

Located in The Madison Hotel, Rod's offers an elegant dining experience. Entrees include numerous fine cuts of steak, a rib veal chop, imported penne with lobster and rack of Colorado lamb. Diners seeking a unique experience can dine in refurbished railway cars. more...

The Bernards Inn

This restored inn, which first opened in 1907, has 20 guest rooms and suites "designed to make you feel at home." Home may never have been so good, though, because the rooms include luxurious linens, pastoral-themed oil paintings and antiques. The restaurant offers fine dining in an elegant setting with high ceilings, mahogany woodwork and chandeliers. The "progressive American" menu features only fresh ingredients; even the desserts are homemade. The extensive wine list won an award from The Wine Spectator. more...

Washington St. Bistro

Locals rave about this restaurant which says it serves Colonial fare. Salads have included wilted kale and brussels sprouts and watercress and cucumber. Diners also toast the BYOB policy and entrees such as cod pie, bistro cassoulet and veal, pork and beef meatloaf wrapped in bacon. more...

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