448 Route 206 South
Newton, NJ 07860
Phone: (973) 383-3922
Fax: (973) 579-5683
448 Route 206 South, Newton, NJ, US, 07860
- Phone: (973) 383-3922
- Fax: (973) 579-5683
Bars & Cafes
Alice's Restaurant is a beautiful dining establishment, standing proud on the bank of Lake Hopatcong. Alice Szigethy founded this restaurant in 2009, to offer locals and visitors an outlet to gorge on tantalizing American cuisine. Guests can savor their delectable seafood fare as well as chicken, steak and rib preparations. Alice offers a special menu of burgers, mac and cheese and hot dogs for her little guests. In summers relish your meal on the deck, while the cool breeze from the water envelops around you.
This coffee shop features a great selection of specialty coffee beverages, as well as a variety of delectable caf
Nestled in the greens of the Crystal Springs Resort, Restaurant Latour offers an elegant space to spend the evening while gorging on tantalizing American fares. The executive chef Timothy Fischer loves surprising his guests with a new menu every season, to highlight the time's best ingredients. Their wine cellar, housing over 9,000 wine brands, have won accolades by Wine Spectator. If you have a hitch in selecting the best wine to complement your food, sommelier Suzanna Lerescu and her assistant Samantha Shaw are always ready to help you out. Guests can enjoy a prix fixe meal at USD125.
Whether it is their selection of beers on tap and in bottles or the performances of bands, Bernie's Hillside bar in Chester doesn't disappoint anyone who's looking for a great time. It is a preferred watering hole for the locals, who enjoy its easygoing and friendly vibe. Gulp down a few glasses of beers and applaud the performances of independent bands playing some awesome tunes. And if you think you can perform any better, then gear up with your band for the open mic nights on Wednesdays and show off your musical skills on stage. Else you can also challenge your pals to a game of darts or pool.
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.
A beer lover will surely enjoy his visit to The Gem and Keystone Brewpub which serves signature self-brewed beers of various kinds. Vegetarians also have a reason to smile as this restaurant features a range of vegetarian delights such as naan, burgers, pretzels and cheese dip, hummus and mandarin salads. The interiors of this restaurant & pub remind of a small English pub with a spacious bar located in a separate area with comfortable seating. Service staff is exceptionally talented as they handle large groups with ease.
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.
Set in an old historic building of the Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort, The River Room is one of the better dining venues in the resort. With a beautiful view of the river and lush greenery, the restaurant offers a serene spot to enjoy beautifully cooked food while sipping on mature wines. A piano player in the background eases up the atmosphere, adding a tinge of liveliness to the air. The service staff is extremely accommodating and is always around when you need them.
Established in 2000 by the Cascio family from Sicily, Il Michelangelo Ristorante & Lounge aims at offering the people authentic Italian cuisine. The food served here is predominantly recipes from Sicily, but also includes a blend of flavors from other regions of Italy. Named after the renowned artist, the Cascio family view their restaurant as an artistic creation, with food that reminds you of grandma's handwork. The restaurant, located in what was formerly a stagecoach inn, has been transformed and elegantly decorated to offer a charming Italian dining experience. Their delectable dishes are available without gluten on request. Guests can choose to enjoy a glass of at the lounge upstairs.