This Tiny Drive In May Just Be The Best Kept Secret In New Jersey
By Raymond Goldfield|Published December 02, 2022
Raymond Goldfield is a life-long New Jersey resident and an avid traveler and foodie who can be usually found on the Jersey Shore during the offseason or checking out the latest seasonal flavors at The Bent Spoon in Princeton. He has been working for Only In Your State for since early 2022, where he writes for New Jersey and Iowa and edits the Mid-Atlantic region. He can also be found writing about pop culture for GeekDad. When at home, he enjoys reading comic books and is part of The Rabbitt Stew podcast team. While New Jersey is his home base, he travels regularly and has visited Virginia, Florida, Maine, Minnesota, and Canada as well as all of NJ's border states. Ultimate travel goal? Visit all the best buffets in the United States.
As you drive across northern New Jersey, near the Pennsylvania border, you might be tempted to head on over to Philadelphia. But if you drive through Pennsauken Township without stopping for a bite to eat, you’ll miss out on the best old-school drive-in in New Jersey. Weber’s Drive-In, a North Jersey institution, feels like you’ve traveled back in time to the 1950s. It’s not just the reasonable prices and the traditional exterior – it’s the fact that you can still sit under an old-fashioned carport and sip large mugs of root beer along with your meal. The drive-in is known for its hot dogs and its local flavors, but if you ask us, it’s not just the food that makes Weber’s Drive-In a must-stop – it’s the fact that it’s the last place in New Jersey to take you back in time.
Have you visited Weber’s Drive-In in Pennsauken Township? Let us know about your visit to this old-school drive-in in New Jersey in the comments section. If you’re interested in discovering this hidden gem for yourself, make sure to visit the restaurant’s Facebook page to see what they’re offering now. For another unexpected New Jersey dining gem on the road, check out the state’s best rest stop.
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