Norwood is a borough in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 5,711, reflecting a decline of 40 (-0.7%) from the 5,751 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 893 (+18.4%) from the 4,858 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Norwood
4.5 based on 72 reviews
Light French Cuisine
A must for French food. Excellent service and food. Good wine list. Pleasant ambiance and noise level is good for conversation. Don't miss the soufflé for dessert.
4 based on 46 reviews
Such a great place with so many friendly faces. The food is amazing. It is a Italian restaurant. You can also plan a party which is the reason I found out about it.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
Formerly named Roman Cafe
Kudos to Dino for doing what all restaurants should do: the "specials" are in writing with prices and the prices are in line with the regular menu items. Restaurants that price the "specials as much as 25% higher than regular menu items tick me off. That being said: the food is consistently very good, portions ample, service thoroughly professional, ambiance pleasing, noise level tolerable.....all in all nothing not to like....even if they did neglect to bring us the complementary salad.
Expect the tab to approach $1125 with tax and tip.
4 based on 169 reviews
We made a reservation for four of us today, January 1st, for lunch. You would of thought we would have been told that we could not order off the menu and there was only a brunch buffet offered, but that was not the case. When we got there we decided to do the $29.00 buffet. Finding a welcoming person who worked there was an impossiblilty. It took forever to get a cup of coffee both after we sat down and throughout our whole stay. It got so bad that all the tables had designated a person to walk up to the serving table and pour their own coffee which was actually cool since it was just sitting out in metal containers. What else we found was that they had 2 senior citizens group functions in another part of the restaurant who, rather than getting their own buffet, they too used the same buffet as everyone else in one small room. Can you imagine the madness of 40 plus seniors with canes, walkers, and motorized jazzies, all getting up for food at once! Can you believe they had only one food carver and one omelet maker for 50 plus patrons!!!! The food was cold, picked through, or nonexistent. After reading the comments below I see this is the norm and none of us will be returning - EVER!
4 based on 77 reviews
Consistently excellent food and service. The atmosphere is energetic. Diverse menu for all. Owners pleasantly greet guests. Pizza, eggplant, chicken parm excellent. Always look forward to a casual, relaxed dining experience!
4.5 based on 52 reviews
We arrived at 4:53 for a 5:00PM reservation. We were told (even though the door was open) they were closed and weren't opening for 7 minutes and to please wait outside. I think the look of surprise on my face made the woman finally say that we could wait at the bar. Really? Not off to a good start. The 4 of us were seated at the window which was lovely, but, unfortunately, the speakers were right there - LOUD!!! We were told that their speaker system was broken and were using this instead. Fine, but please lower it. They did, still right there in our face and they finally moved it more towards the outdoor seating area - everyone could here it just fine. Our waitress, Jennifer was nice and accommodating. For a bar, the chardonnay offerings amounted to 1 - it was cold and crisp and good, but would have loved to have a choice. The DVine Bar has a very limited menu and for 2 of us, nothing really appealed so the pizza was ordered and the smoked chicken. Ordered the bacon sliders, which I was told were ok and the roasted cauliflower for appetizers. The cauliflower was good but the parmesan crust was funky. We waited close to 30 minutes for the appetizers - we were starved. Finally asked for some bread. Of course, the apps came less than 5 minutes after the bread. We ordered the pizza of the day, lobsta roll, bison and smoked chicken. Again, waiting for the entrees seemed like forever. And they were not crowded. The chicken was delicious, but you were given 2 small pieces The mac and cheese was ok. We don't mind spending money for good food, but $30 for 2 small pieces of chicken was crazy. The bison was good as was the corn polenta but the corn tortilla was horrible. The pizza was soggy. Even though the ends were burnt, the whole bottom part of the pizza was soggy, probably because there was so many wet ingredients on it. The slice would just flop down and it was pretty awful. Even said something - no response. The lobsta roll - well, let's just say it's not really a lobsta roll. Very tiny pieces of lobster with mayo and a sauce that just drowned the poor sucker. Served on a soggy brioche bun. But their homemade potato chips are yummy. One and done. So many other great places in the area.
4 based on 378 reviews
Harvest On Hudson is located in the village of Hastings On Hudson – right on the Hudson River in Westchester, NY. The flagship restaurant of the Fort Pond Bay Company, Harvest On Hudson offers patio dining, an outside bar, an organic vegetable and herb garden, stone fireplace, a classy bar and lounge, view of the sunset over the Palisades, and more. Executive Chef Vincent Barcelona creates authentic gourmet Italian cuisine, inspired by our fully-functional garden and local produce. Harvest On Hudson can also accommodate your dining experience for any private event.
This is a nice Italian restaurant in a wonderful location. The food is good, so as the service but it is very expensive.
4.5 based on 252 reviews
it has great prices on meats produce they even sell wine at good prices as well- they have a great bakery
4.5 based on 3 reviews
This is a very pleasant bagel cafe. Sometimes I pick up something to bring to work nearby. It is immaculately clean and service is friendly. The iced coffee is great. They have a wonderful selection of salads, sandwich combinations and spreads for bagels. My favorite item, however, is a "flagel bite." It's a quarter of a full sized everything or sesame flagel filled with harmonious delights - scallion cream cheese, red onion, some sort of hot pepper, tomato, a squirt of lemon juice and lox. (Hope I didn't forget any of the great fillings!) 't is seriously bagel/flagel perfection. Try it and try it fast!
Also, they have a punch-card system where you can earn a free coffee or money off a purchase...don't know the exact details offhand - but it's a nice little bonus.
Only downside - the plaza in which it is located is a bit downtrodden. The pavement needs fixing up. However, it is on a main road, so easy access.
4.5 based on 93 reviews
I had a gift certificate that was several years old but unused. The certificate had no expiration date. The front staff would only give 1/2 the value of the certificate stating they had move since it was issued. Received psycho babble that since they had moved they had closed out their books. The ownership is the same but some of the staff, the grouchy ones are new.
Asked for a table for two and was told to wait until my second guest arrived. That is fair but why should I have to sit in the corner in front of the kitchen because my guest got stuck in traffic due to a bad store. No one was waiting so no $ would have been lost had they either saved me a better table or sat me while I waited for my guest.
Shocker, I would have actually ordered another appetizer while I was waiting.
The food is good but not worth the grouchy attitude
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