Where to Eat
Newark's reputation for great food and dining is well deserved. Here are just a few choices on and near campus.
- 1 Park Bistro ($) 1 Washington Park
- Center for Law and Justice Cafe ($) 123 Washington Street
- Java's Brewin' ($) 155 University Ave.
- Quizno's ($) Paul Robeson Campus Center
- Robeson Food Court ($) Paul Robeson Campus Center
- Sbarro's ($) 155 University Ave.
- Starbucks ($) Paul Robeson Campus Center
- Stonsby Commons & Eatery ($) Woodward Hall
- Subway ($) 155 University Ave.
- University Club ($) Paul Robeson Campus Center
Off Campus and Nearby
- Coffee Cave ($) 45 Halsey Street
- Harvest Table ($) 127 Halsey Street
- House of Thai ($) 59 New Street
- Kilkenny Alehouse ($$) 27 Central Avenue
- McGovern's Pub ($) 58 New Street
- Newark Museum Cafe ($) 49 Washington Street
- Robert's Pizza ($) 63 New Street
- Skipper's Plane Street Pub ($) 304 University Avenue
- Woodrow's ($) 61 New Street
- Babe's Cheesesteaks ($) 191 Central Avenue
- Key Club ($$) 58 Park Place
- Hobby's Deli ($$) 32 Branford Place
- 27 Mix ($$) 27 Halsey Street
- Maize at Robert Treat Hotel ($$$) 50 Park Place
- Theater Square Grill at NJPAC ($$$) 1 Center Street
More restaurants can be found at
Newark's famous Ironbound district, with great Portuguese and Spanish food, is just a few blocks away.
Read, Food, Glorious Food, an article about exploring Middle Eastern and Asian Cuisine in University Heights.
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