There is a very important question we need to get to the bottom of...WHERE IS THE BEST BURGER IN THE STATE ON NEW JERSEY? I did some digging (I'm happy to research this one) and I also took the lead from your opinions. It turns out we have lots of options...in fact, you may want to make this post into a burger bucket list and eat your way though it!
ACCORDING TO YOU:
We started off getting a ton of love from the Northern part of our state:
White Star Bar in Jersey City
Rocky Hill Inn in Rocky Hill
Witherspoon's Grill in Princeton
Brick Farm in Hopewell
Tierney's in Montclair
Krug's Tavern in Newark
Steve's Burgers in Garfield
Cloverleaf Tavern in Bloomfield
White Manna in Hackensack
Then I started seeing some love for the Jersey Shore and South Jersey and I have to stand by these submissions:
New Jersey's Best Burger (According To You)
We take our food very seriously here in Jersey. If we're not talking Italian, it's all about who has the most creative, juicy and mouth watering burger in the state. I asked what you thought and you weren't shy!
I'm not kidding when I say that I'm saving this intel and I will work my way through this list! To all the burger bosses out there, your passion inspires me!
Was there any place left out that you have to have on this burger power list? If you have suggestions you want added to this post email me at Shannon@townsquaremedia.com and I'll be sure to link it up! If you are more of a sandwich fan, don't worry we've got this epic must have Jersey sandwich list just for YOU!
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