This Timeless 1960s Restaurant In New Jersey Sells The Best Sliders In America
By Raymond Goldfield|Published October 20, 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.
New Jersey loves hamburgers and is a hub for the White Castle chain of low-cost sliders. But as good as those can be, New Jersey does them one better with a local chain many locals have never heard of. The White Rose System has been selling the best sliders in New Jersey out of a humble diner in Highland Park since the 1960s, and once you take one bite of their grilled, onion-filled hamburgers, you’ll never want to go back to large-scale fast food again. This timeless restaurant recently opened a second branch in Roselle, but those in the know say there’s something unique and timeless about the original location. The only question left is – one burger or a whole sack?
Have you been to the White Rose System in Highland Park? Let us know about your meal, or tell us your pick for the best sliders in New Jersey in the comments section. If you want to get your burger fix at the White Rose, make sure to visit their website to get a look at their menu. If you’re looking for another hidden gem, check out this fried chicken hole-in-the-wall.
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