14 Incredible Waterfront Restaurants Everyone In New Jersey Must Visit
By Kristen|Updated on July 24, 2023(Originally published May 08, 2022)
Kristen is a writer, editor, and social media maven who loves her state. Born and raised in New Jersey, sharing all it has to offer is her passion. After attending Montclair State University, she continued her education online, obtaining certifications in social media management.
The Garden State has 130 miles of gorgeous coastline, and, when combined with numerous resplendent rivers and lovely lakes, we definitely don’t have a shortage of scenic beauty. So there’s nothing better on a beautiful day than dining on delicious food while enjoying those scenic views at some of the best waterfront restaurants in New Jersey And yet, with so many from which to choose, where does one begin? Read on as we these 14 incredible New Jersey waterfront restaurants that will have you clamoring for more!
Please note that this list is not a ranking, rather the restaurants are listed primarily from north to south. We think you’ll all agree that each is amazing in its own way. If you were to do a search for “waterfront restaurants near me” at least a few of these would most certainly pop up at the top of the list!
There were so many more restaurants that could have made this list. What do you consider to be among the best waterfront restaurants in New Jersey? What are your favorite spots to visit? Let us know in the comments below!
What are some other things we can do in the summer in New Jersey?
The Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center, located on Sedge Island, is the only marine conservation zone in the state and brimming with astonishing wildlife, beautiful marshes, and fun activities.
The Strawberry Avenue Boardwalk, located in Port Norris, is a unique platform that meanders through the New Jersey wetlands in this area.
Island Beach State Park, located on the Barnegat Peninsula in Berkeley Township, is a great place for hiking biking, kayaking, and more.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other exciting things you can do in the summer in New Jersey.
Where are some fun facts about New Jersey?
The Atlantic City Boardwalk is the oldest, and the longest, in the world.
The Gold Dome on the Trenton State House was funded by school children.
New Jersey has more horses per square mile than any other state - even Kentucky.