The Timeless New Jersey Restaurant Everyone Needs To Visit At Least Once

Many New Jerseyans have been to Atlantic City and are familiar with the shore area’s less than savory past. A century ago, Atlantic City was a hotbed of illicit activity, controlled by bootleggers and mobsters. Thanks to shows like Boardwalk Empire, much of the country now knows about this resort town’s lawless legacy. While the town has changed over the years, one restaurant keeps history alive.

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Visit the Knife & Fork Inn at 3600 Atlantic Avenue. They are open for dinner nightly, have a daily happy hour and lunch is served on Fridays. For more historic restaurants in New Jersey, check out this list featuring the oldest restaurants in the Garden State.