Central Jersey Is Home to the State’s Oldest Restaurant
We always like telling you when we hear about new restaurants coming to the area, but what about the older restaurants that have stood the test of time?
Delish.com just posted an article highlighting the oldest restaurants in every state and I was surprised to find out that New Jersey's oldest is right here in Central Jersey.
According to Delish, the Cranbury Inn dates back to the mid-1700's and as you can probably imagine, the Inn has a rich history. The Inn's website says that the Inn was rumored to play an important role in the Underground Railroad.
The Cranbury Inn's dinner menu features steaks, seafood and pasta.
The restaurant is also open for lunch and hosts a Sunday Champagne Brunch. And it is a popular spot for weddings, wedding receptions and private parties.
The Cranbury Inn is located on S. Main St. in Cranbury. For more information, visit the Inn's website. And to check out every state's oldest restaurant, click here.
By the way, the Inn may be the second most famous thing about Cranbury. The most famous is, of course, that Cranbury is the town where Chris Rollins grew up.