If you're bored, there's always a stroll through the cemetery along Georges Road. New Jersey has fine soil and climate for gardening...
Much of New Jersey was farmland, now filled in along US 1. There are still once farm houses and other rural residences now along major thoroughfares in North Brunswick. Some of these have been improved and turned into office buildings.
North Brunswick is somewhat sort on distinctive architecture, but a walk along Georges Road will find a few buildings of interest to the those who like the gritty northeast of the USA. Once 19th and early 20th century small businesses have now often been converted into modern day ethnic vendors of one sort or another. The Subway shown below is an exception.
I stumbled upon this restaurant while walking along US 1 in North Brunswick. This establishment is a converted house, if I recall correctly, and I wasn't sure they were open. The name also seemed odd to me. But, once inside the family brought me a complete menu and ultimately the food proved to be outstanding. I highly recommend this place, unfortunately I can't remember exactly what I had. The photo below verifies that it was pita bread, probably with lamb and yogurt sauce, and a glass of iced tea. I probably had a sweet dessert.
This market has a great selection of Middle Eastern food of all types. It's very close to the Headquarters Lebanese restaurant too. Just stop by and wander around.
What to buy: There are nice boxes of candy--pistachio nut confection mostly--and lots of stuff to browse over.
Sidewalks are rare along Georges Road, so the pedestrian is required to walk along grassy stretches to get off the busy highway. Walking along here at night or during heavy precipitation would be downright dangerous.