Glassboro is a borough in Gloucester County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 18,579, reflecting a decline of 489 (−2.6%) from the 19,068 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 3,454 (+22.1%) over the 15,614 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Glassboro
4.5 based on 63 reviews
Angelo's Diner has a small parking lot next door. The diner has a real retro feel. The service is really prompt and attentive to what you need. The menu for breakfast is simple but complete. The food was good.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Cookie trays & biscotti perfect for the family gatherings this Holiday. The pies are always delicious too. I recommend this Bakery to everyone in driving distance. Their bread is the best in the region. As they say at Liscios "The family that breaks bread together stays together." Happy Holidays to all.
5 based on 35 reviews
Weather was beautiful so we went for a drive. Stopped in Pitman to stroll. Signs on shop said they had award winning hoagies. They have a menu with hoagies as well as other hot sandwiches, paninis, etc. There are tables for dining in but we decided to take ours to go and eat in the nearby park. We shared a 12" Aunt Ray. Seeded roll was nice , crusty and chewy. A nice amount of good quality lunch meat and sharp provolone cheese. It was so full that it was a bit messy to eat but delicious. $13 and change for sandwich, chips and soda. Plenty for 2 people.
4 based on 168 reviews
We were excited, having heard many good comments about the happy hour specials here, but if you have a disability that prevents you from sitting on the high bar chairs, then know that they cannot accommodate you, nor will they extend the specials to you while sitting on a regular chair 15 feet away. There was so much confusion over our seating when we arrived and when the disabled party agreed to try to sit on the high chair in the bar, by then it appears seats were saved and there were not 4 together, so we were taken back to the dining room and told we could not enjoy the happy hour menu. Well we could but we would have to pay twice as much as those sitting in the bar. I found this whole business bizarre, but it still could have been swept over by a friendly server. All we seemed to get was attitude. More of that when I questioned why we were given the lunch menu and it was after 4 pm. She said she wasn’t about to take it away from us since we already had it. What? It was given to us just a moment before. I still don’t get it and did not get it later when one of the items on our bill was priced from the dinner menu, which included a salad, but was served from the lunch menu, without the salad. We tried to get in an early dinner because we had to get up at 2:30 am to go to the airport for an early flight. The “twice the price” drinks were ok, the food was good, even though one order contained ingredients the diner asked to be withheld. We did not send it back. The tortillas used for the short ribs tacos were not very fresh, but the other ingredients were and had good seasoning. It seems to me Happy Hours are to bring people in, but if you cannot accommodate or will not accommodate all those drawn in by it, then maybe you should expand the area or relax the pricing restriction. For me it was a mixed bag of decent food, no warm and friendly service, and a bar that is not accesssible for the disabled. I do not mind paying a premium price for premium service, but that was not our experience on this visit.
3.5 based on 114 reviews
In Glassboro for a training conference. Supper with fellow colleagues. Seafood bisque and Moroccan Salmon dish. Both were excellent. Warm soup; warm salmon; quality greens and ingredients to the salmon entree. Clean restaurant; attentive service from the start - hostess, server, bus personnel. Would eat there again. Thank you fro a good supper.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Ry's Bagels has the very best bagels, made fresh daily, they start early every morning while your sleeping or getting ready for your day. The selection makes you buy two dozen when you really one needed one.
Their sandwiches on a bagel are made to order and worth every minute that you wait.
Visit often and enjoy!
4.5 based on 53 reviews
My wife and I have been craving some pizza; found this place while we were in the area. Its a small place on Broadway. Called ahead to make reservations( don't take). Got there; had to give name and phone number....can't stand inside. Waited outside in the cold.
Service was attentive; food was outstanding. Would go again.
Would have given 5 stars if reservations were available.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
When you walk in you can tell they care about ambience, cleanliness, and the food. The selection is large and diverse enough for anyone, even a picky eater. I recommend you share dishes and get at least one that is new to you. The price is reasonable and the service is great. I've been to China a few times and to Japan and the food is pretty authentic. Great for take out or dine in but I recommend dining in if you have the time. Good health and Good eats!
4 based on 99 reviews
We made reservations because we were attending a show at the Broadway Theater. We were seated promptly and the staff was pleasant and attentive without being intrusive. The entrees were just okay, not especially inspired but definitely overpriced when you consider that you had to pay 7-8 dollars for a salad and if you wanted a side dish other than the pasta that came with the entrees, that was extra. Most restaurants in the area include soup or salad with the entrée and they are more reasonably priced.
4 based on 129 reviews
The atmosphere is welcoming. There's a large variety of selections on the menu to choose from. The food is excellent and the prices are bad either.
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