Flemington Things to Do
For some reason, Flemington is home to more coffee shops than you would think for a town of it's size. There is:Who Want's Coffee - located in Liberty Village (store # 38)Market Roost - located on Main Street.Flemington Coffee Shop - In a strip mall. 23 Reaville Ave.Connections Cafe 18 Turntable Junctionmore
During the summer months, Main Street is closed off near the Post office or near Mine Street and a band stand/trailer is set up in the middle of the street. Tables(with tablecloths) and chairs are placed in the street. Greet place to meet friends on a summer evening. Some of the restaurants offer take out so you can enjoy dinner as well. See the...more
SHOPPING - Most people visit Flemington to shop the outlets in and around town. The most popular is the Liberty Village Outlet center. It contains Nautica, Ralph Lauren, Timberland, Tommy Hilfiger, Oshkosh,Brooks Brothers, Van Heusen, Liz Claiborn and many others. Heritage Place on Church Street has Jockey, Levi's, Reebock and Rockportmore
14b Royal Rd, Flemington, NJ 08822
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Solo
250 Route 202 And 31, Flemington, NJ 08822
Good for: Business
194 Main Street, Flemington, New Jersey, 08822, United States
Good for: Couples
After many years, this restaurant has moved from Broad Street to Turntable Junction. You cannot see it from a car. They have expanded the space that used to be the Crepe n Grill. Since they have moved 'off the beaten path' they must be confident that they can bring enough followers to their new location. Stopped in for lunch while holiday shopping...more
My wife and I were there 2 times in a single weekend. That rarely happens. Rather small dining room. Good service. Chef comes out of the kitchen to check on things.BYOB We ordered the Shoestring Zucchini strips both times. Ask for extra dipping sauce. Burgers are good as well as the grilled chicken with avocado and black beansmore
*** Sorry to say that this restaurant has closed ******* Updated January '14 ****Located in a cozy quaint looking building in Turntable Junction. The 'Mad' stands for 'Most Amazing Dishes. We enjoyed the varied menu combonations. Great food and good service. They offer a number of daily specials. BYOB.more
At first glance I thought that this place was a vegetarian place due to the name. This very small storefront restaurant serves a selection of salads and wraps for lunch. They are also open for dinner on Friday and Saturday nights.The wraps are excellent and come with a portion of your choice of one of the fresh salads of the day. The day we...more
Our favorite place to go for lunch when we're in town. It is not the cheapest deli but they have good sandwiches and salads. Do not ask for ham and cheese. Instead they have Black Forest ham and Le Marechal a Gruyere with couscous on the side. The coffee is good also.They are now open for dinner on Thursday and Friday nights. Check the web site for...more
Visited 55 Main with a party of 8 to celebrate by son's birthday. We sampled 4 of the 6 different appetizers from the regular menu. All were presented nicely and were very tasty. My entre was a Pork Shank with was served still on a huge bone but was very meaty. Chef Jonas trys to use local products when possible. On the other hand, at our last...more
Out at the front lawn of the Dvoor Farm.
What to buy: Stock up on fresh local produce. The market is open Sundays only from 9am to 1pm thru October.Related to:
- Budget Travel
Flemington Off The Beaten Path
Take a hike along the short but scenic trails in the park. From Downtown, take Mine St. to the Route 12 circle and then turn right at the 1st light. The park will be on the right. Best trail parking will be at the 2nd park entrance, just past the playground. The trails will be across the street to the right of the substation.Related to:
- Hiking and Walking
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