Bellmawr is a borough in Camden County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 11,583, reflecting an increase of 321 (+2.9%) from the 11,262 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 1,341 (-10.6%) from the 12,603 counted in the 1990 Census.
4.5 based on 200 reviews
We ate her on the Friday after thanksgiving. We made a reservation and I’d recommend making one because this restaurant always seems busy. Food was decent. I had the penne bolognese which was good. Huge servings so plan to take some home. My daughter had the eggplant parm. My son had the fettuccine Alfredo. Both enjoyed it. Decent wine choices. Service ok. Loud bar on first floor so try to sit in the upstairs dining room. All in all, worth the money. $115 for 4 people with wine and dessert.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
One visit to Anthony's creative Italian cuisine & you will be hooked. As you walk into one of three beautifully redesigned dinning rooms, in a building that dates back to the 1930's, you will smell the aromas of the freshest ingredients and spices, which are used to create the unique menu. This coupled with the warm earth tones & natural lighting from the over sized windows makes dining here a truly special experience. Outdoor cafe dinning when weather permits adds to the romantic ambiance. As you are escorted to your table you can't help but notice the beautifully crafted temperature controlled oak wine cabinet which houses up to 200 bottles of wine. Since the restaurant is a BYOB, the owners wanted to provide customers with a place to store their favorite wines so they are readily available each time they visit. Anthony's also offers the use of any of their dinning rooms for private events.
Last night we went to Anthony's for the last night of his Taste of The Town 3 Course Special Dinner Menu and we were not disappointed. The service was excellent! The first and second courses were presented in a timely manner and were tastefully done.Our party of four then ordered 4 different entrees and all were exquisitely prepared and delicious. It was indeed a wonderful dinner and evening!
4 based on 169 reviews
Standard Jersey diner fare, Service was above average and waitress went extra mile to have kitchen prepare a non-menu item . Chicken Francaise was delicious and portion was enough for two. Took half home. Also very much enjoyed the snapper soup. Taste , with sherry added, is a flavor I had not tasted in years. Excellent
Menu items appeared to be priced appropriately. Love the mid 50's Ford Fairlane staged @ entrance.
5 based on 59 reviews
Del Buono's changed hands a few years ago but the new owner kept a lot of the charm of the place. It is an old-time bakery for rolls and buns (though they add more sweets all the time and their sticky buns are sooo good). There is a big oven that you can watch the rolls exiting, and conveyor belts that run around the store which transport the rolls.The prices are fantastic and you can't beat a roll still warm from baking.
4.5 based on 187 reviews
Food was good and tried several dishes (calamari, buffalo and tomato salad, apple and candies walnuts salad, bronzini and Osso Buco (veal) with my colleagues. All the dishes had a good taste. Atmosphere was a little loud but it was during the Holidays so a lot of excitement during the visit.
4 based on 109 reviews
You won't be disappointed trying this excellent diner for just about any meal. Breakfast is their best meal and the pancakes are superb.
4.5 based on 381 reviews
Informal BYOB Italian eatery where the emphasis is on the traditional homestyle Italian cooking. Managed by Angelo Lutz, Philly's original Kitchen Consigliere, and located in Collingswood, NJ
Everyone is friendly and inviting...but Tiffany is my favorite. You would think she is a member of the family with the way she interacts with you and your table. Everything on the menu is wonderful. Each dish better than the next. Make sure to listen to the specials. No matter what you choose you will NOT be disappointed. It's an old school restaurant with a modern twist with old school values and top notch staff. You will not be able to clean your plate, as the portions are huge. Don't miss the opportunity to eat hear. If it is crowded, which it is often, because, yes it is that good, it can be a bit loud/noisy, but this is typical of old style Italian culture. Just like Sunday dinner at home growing up.
4 based on 50 reviews
First time visitors from out of state. Extensive menu covering all the food groups. Very capable waiter helped explain the nuances hidden within (mini meal vs early bird). Our meals came with two sides, soup, salad, and dessert. Talk about FULL. But wait. Yours truly was eating light that night and opted for the Caesar salad with grilled chicken. Check out the picture. Not only did we think this was the salad bowl for the table, but also for the next two tables - enormous. Food was prepared as ordered and served in a very timely fashion. Never once did we have to ask for refills of our water glasses. Impressive Diner on our short list for return visits.
4.5 based on 127 reviews
We ate here for lunch on a weekend and didn't realize they would be serving brunch. This was not an issue and the waiter provided us a lunch menu where most items were available to order. The service here was excellent and the food was good. One thing I didn't care for was the door to the kitchen looked very dirty.
4 based on 13 reviews
HoJo's free continental breakfast was just not doing it for us, so before going to the fields needed to get our fix, Mocha coolattas! And a free blueberry cake donut! Hits the spot for the 40 min. drive!
Can't go wrong with DD's plus my use my rewards points to get the drink free! Happy camper son & I both were!
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