Red Wolfe Inn in Belvidere, NJ is one of many amazing steakhouses in the state. These range from high-end city joints where you can feast on the world’s best cuts to humble old-school joints where affordable steaks are served up with flair. However, few people have discovered the best-hidden steakhouse in New Jersey is Red Wolfe Inn. This classic bar-and-grill is found on a country road in a building that looks like it might be hundreds of years old. As you step past the stone facade into the tavern-like interior, you’ll be surprised — the food here is a modern take on some of the classics. Combining delicious steaks with indulgent appetizers and desserts, this is definitely a place that the locals know and love. After your first visit, you’ll be joining them. Let’s take a look at this scrumptious eatery in New Jersey.

Related Stories

Best Waterfalls in New Jersey: 12 Local Favorites & Hidden Gems

Best Waterfalls in New Jersey: 12 Local Favorites & Hidden Gems

This Garden State Animal Sanctuary Makes For The Perfect New Jersey Day Trip

This Garden State Animal Sanctuary Makes For The Perfect New Jersey Day Trip

I've Lived In New Jersey, My Entire Life And I've Never Had Boardwalk Fries And Lemonade

I've Lived In New Jersey, My Entire Life And I've Never Had Boardwalk Fries And Lemonade

Red Wolfe Inn Belvidere, NJ offers more information on the website. Have you visited this unique tavern? Let us know what you thought of this well-hidden steakhouse in New Jersey in the comments section.

While you’re there, discover more about the funky little town. And stay awhile in the perfect Vrbo.

This Funky Little Town In New Jersey Is A True Hidden Gem

OnlyInYourState may earn compensation through affiliate links in this article. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.

More to Explore

Steakhouses In New Jersey

What are some of the best steakhouses in New Jersey?

  • Roots Steakhouse (Summit, Morristown, Ridgewood, Princeton): This old-fashioned New York-style steakhouse serves USDA-aged prime beef sourced from the highest quality ranches in the Midwest. Folks also enjoy chilled shrimp and snow crab claws from the raw bar, delicious entrees, and hand-crafted cocktails.
  • Tuckahoe Inn (Marmora): One of the best appetizers here is Clams Casino with the perfect mixture of garlic butter, bread crumbs, and bacon. Since 1963, diners have enjoyed the view of the Greate Egg Harbor Bay while cutting into a thick steak. Check out the live music calendar and try out the seasonal outdoors Back Bay Café.
  • Sammy's Ye Old Cider Mill (Mendham Township): This historic restaurant was started as a speakeasy in the 1920s by Samuel Fornaro and is now owned and operated by his grandchildren. The cooked-to-order entrees make a difference as do the dry-aged, hand-cut steaks and chops. You can also enjoy fresh Maine lobster, pastas, and seasonal soft-shell and stone crabs.

What are some of the best restaurants in New Jersey?

  • Red Horse by David Burke (Bernardsville): With dining and guest-room options, this historic place has become a popular venue for weddings and other special occasions. Located in Bernards Inn, this modern-American steakhouse offers delicious cuisine from the celebrity chef.
  •  Rocky Hill Inn & Tavern (Rocky Hill): This eatery has earned its reputation as "Central Jersey’s Premier Gastropub" by offering the best craft beers on draft, award-winning burgers, and other pub favorites. Try out one of the three dining rooms, the porch, and sidewalk seating for those warmer evenings.