Long Valley is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) located within Washington Township, in Morris County, New Jersey, United States. Known as German Valley from its foundation during the colonial era, the community was renamed in response to anti-German sentiment during World War I. As of the 2010 United States Census, the CDP's population was 1,879.
Things to do in Long Valley
4.5 based on 80 reviews
Love this little byob in the Streets of Chester shopping area. Everything is fresh-Oscar & his staff consistently provide high quality, authentic Thai cuisine. I like that you can order the heat level according to your taste. 5 elephants is the hottest. Yummy Thai right in town!
4.5 based on 57 reviews
Never had a better pizza ever! The crust is perfection and the topping choices are inventive and delicious. They also make an excellent calzone. Looking forward to trying more dishes at this great little restaurant
4.5 based on 169 reviews
This place is so much better than a diner for breakfast and lunch. I had an egg frittatta that was amazing topped off with pumpkin spice coffee. The egg sandwiches are awesome as is the French toast. Cozy atmosphere adds to the enjoyment and staff is attentive and friendly.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
I stop at this Dunkin Donuts every Saturday, prior to a scheduled Men's Study group I attend. I find the place very clean, and the attendants friendly. I usually order a dozen bagels and a coffee for myself. The food is fresh and the coffee hot. I don't know what else you could ask for.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
Taylor's Ice Cream Parlor may be the best homemade ice cream we've ever had. Serving both soft & hard ice cream (48 flavors) in a large variety of cones and cups. Decorated ice cream cakes and bulk pack ice cream is also available. Parking lots available at the side and rear of the shop.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
This place has sustained very good quality bagels. Not many places around this area serve this quality (Dunkin Donuts does not have bagels, sorry). This is a family-owned place that doubles as a deli. Their sandwiches are pretty good, made with good quality hams. Only complaint is the coffee - needs some upgrade. Owner is very friendly.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
This classic 1830 General Store, located in the woods along Schooley’s Mountain Road has a wonderful old deli inside that offers Mountain Hoagies and Schooley’s Mountain Pizza among other great items. We stopped by on our way back from Schooley’s Mountain Park for lunch and tried Mountain Hoagie #10 made with Boar’s Head Honey Maple Turkey & Smoked Gouda, which was really good. It looked like the General Store still provides local postal service. There are no tables inside, but you can sit on the bench on the front porch to eat your lunch. Don’t forget to try some of the homemade cookies.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
An ideal location on Schooley's Mountain Road, the Coffee Potter is a transformed and totally redesigned old bank. They sport plenty of parking, a drive through arrangement, spotless maintenance and a sophisticated, yet welcoming decor.
I am a coffee snob. Always have been and always will. Rather than judge many other places in the negative though, it is of more value to elevate those who really put heart and soul into their coffee production. This is the case with the Coffee Potter.
It has only been open since mid March 2017 and yet is the hotspot of the region already. Folks come from near and wide to enjoy a few moments of getaway to this wonderful town with a new offering. The CP is family owned and run and they are a uniquely service oriented family. They take enormous pride in their presentation, hiring of staff and welcoming nature that is put forth.
I have always enjoyed a Flat White, being Australian and growing up with it. On my first visit I asked if they could make men one. They did not truly know the manner of a real Flat White, however that did not stop them going all out to learn. Including also purchasing cups especially to make the right size available since combination of many variables makes for a good Flat White.
I expect this business will do exceptionally well and may indeed have redefined Long Valley in the most positive of terms. Now LV has a core around which to congregate. They have had open mike evenings (packed), open days, and even bring in Aunt Loretta who brings yet another touch to the warmth of this unique coffee shop.
Right now, as they establish themselves they are seeking out the best lite snacks, and bites to accommodate clients. They do not provide meals but you can get a quiche, wrap, scone or cookie style of lite bite.
I wish them well and am very grateful they have taken up residence in this township.
4.5 based on 207 reviews
The Pandan Room restaurant is serving Thai and Indonesian Cuisine in Hackettstown area since July 2006. Thank you all for your support and regular visits.Reservations recommended especially on Friday and Saturday night.
My son and I love pad Thai. I was in Hackettstown and asked for a good Thai restaurant. I want to go back and eat in. I ordered the Pad Thai. It was wonderful with fresh veggies and lots of chicken and shrimp. The noodles were perfect. Def going back to explore more on the menu. And the waiter was so nice. They were donating 10% of all orders to victims of Hurricane Harvey. Feel good place!
4 based on 177 reviews
A wood burning grill is the focus of Redwoods cuisine. We feel that the flavors of food cooked over an open fire are enhance like wine aged in oak barrels.
My boyfriend and I went to Redwoods this past Saturday. We were child free and wanted a nice, quiet lunch. Not to be had for at least the first twenty minutes we were there until they finally left and by then I just had a bad headache. We were seated quickly but in an area near a family with three loud, out of control children that the adults just seemed to ignore like this was Chuck E Cheese. In hindsight, I should have just asked to be moved but the host also should have noticed we were dining alone and probably didn't want to be seated next to the table whose kids were throwing napkins on the floor and running around. The servers all looked frustrated and helpless and I cannot blame them but as a decent restaurant in a nice area they should have had the manager address this in a respectful but firm manner. You cannot control peoples children but it was pretty clear they were disturbing others and that is where management can step in. My suggestion would be for the host/hostesses to try and not seat couples dining alone near the families with a bunch of kids especially unruly ones. The food was good otherwise. My boyfriend had a burger and I had the crab cake sandwich. The portions were generous and the service was prompt and friendly. They have a nice outside patio I could see and overall the meal was good but when you have people around you acting like they are at the zoo it can make for an unpleasant dining experience.
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