I love the food here. I love cheese so this place was great. The striombolis are good. All the entrees are under 10$
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I never tried Stromboli until I visited this place and I loved it. The food was cheap but really tasty and there was a wide variety of beers and other beverages available - also at reasonable prices. The place has a very laid back atmosphere with a mixture of students and locals and there is a nice beer garden outside.... More
Met friends there on a weekend trip to the Jersey shore, and was very impressed. This place has a very homey feel, with a large craft beer selection, and a great Italian menu to choose from. I had the eggplant Stromboli, and did not leave hungry.
Went to visit the university and was suggested to eat at this place. Food and service was good. Fun environment for college kids and parents(during the day). I would go there again.
As long time visitors of the amazing bolis they serve, it's always the first and/or last place we eat when we visit family in NJ. As an RU alum it brings back great memories. But for 1st timers you'll enjoy all the beer they offer and terrific food (although all I every get is the strombolis) And when you're done... More
This place has 2 fantastic things that make it a 'must visit': the wide variety of stromboli and the wide variety of beer. The Stromboli are pastry breads stuff with a wide range of things. They are HUGE and a great value. The beer menu is extensive. This is mostly a 'campus town' place, but for any parents that want... More
This was the 15th Man vs food restaurant we have been to and the food did not disappoint. The stromboli's were excellent. The Potatochos were Meh! As for the service, we got there right when the door opened because we had to catch a flight and we were the only ones there. It still took 10 minutes before a server... More
This place is rightly famous for it's "bolis." Somewhere between a stromboli and a wrap, you'd be hard-pressed not to find one you like with such a large menu. (And you can create your own.) It's truly a New Brunswick highlight. They've got a very solid beer menu as well.
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