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TEB eateries

Spooky 1

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Don't usually get around TEB but will be there later this month. Can anybody suggest some really great steak house or Italian places close by?

Thanks in advance,
 

BOZO

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If you're ever in the mood for some of the best NY pizza (that we've been able to find at least) go to Carucci's. Just down the street from the Radisson in SaddleBrook. 1 Large pie/person is around 8.99! Atmosphere sucks...your typical hole in the wall bar/restaurant in TEB...but awesome thin crust!
 

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Sagovia's has excellent seafood. It's really close to TEB.
 

El Bucho

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I'll second Segovia's. That place is awesome. Houlihan's is probably the best of the chain places around. Also, if you are just looking for lunch, Fabulous Foods right down the street from Flight Safety has the best salads ever. Pick what ever you want to add on to it and they mix it all up and it's only like 6 bucks and could feed 4 people. They also have a hot entree option too.

EB
 

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A third vote for Segovia's. Best salmon I've ever had.
 

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White Castle. A couple miles west of the field
 

Dangerkitty

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Arbereshi's. Bar none the best Italian food you will ever ever ever eat. About 1/2 - 1 mile past Sagovia's on the right.

Martino will take great care of you.
 

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Cadlewyck Diner, about 3 miles away. 3 million items on the menu and open 24/7
 

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Dangerkitty said:
Arbereshi's. Bar none the best Italian food you will ever ever ever eat. About 1/2 - 1 mile past Sagovia's on the right.

Martino will take great care of you.
2nd that.

Martino is a prince of a guy.

Their address is 35 Little Ferry Road.
 

leardawg

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Meadowlands Diner will do in a pinch.
 

TransMach

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Mate,

Segovia is fantastic Spanish ... real authentic (I know, my wife is Basque).

In Lynhurst, at the Renaissance, there's a restaurant "CK's Steakhouse" and it's on par or better than Ruth's Chris ... a little less expensive. We often stay at the Courtyard by Marriot across the street and I frequent "CK's" ...

There is Ruth's Chris in Parsippany, NJ ... I'd do "CK's".

TransMach
 

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How about the good ole Bendix Diner down Rt 17.
Great Italian food go to Bazzerelis, dont know if i spelled it right though.
 

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Spooky, I just realized something. You work for the 4th richest dork in America! Go to Manhatten and get some good eats. I suggest the Coach House or to Typhoon (I think) on 5th and Madison and hang out with the pretty people.

F%&K TEB and the low rent district resturants there! Have a great time. Go to the W .... tip a few back. When you are done, go to the Wiskey Bar on the ground floor of the Hyatt. After that, go play some pool at some small bar down the road. When you are done with that, go take a cab back to your MANHATTAN hotel room. Sleep it off and get a great lunch at Carnigee or Star. Have fun! :)
 

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Try the Sea Shack across the street from the Hilton. You can dine on great seafood with all of the old Jersy Mafia guy's (yeah, I know the Mafia doesn't really exist).
 

Dangerkitty

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sleepy said:
Try the Sea Shack across the street from the Hilton. You can dine on great seafood with all of the old Jersy Mafia guy's (yeah, I know the Mafia doesn't really exist).
I second the Sea Shack. Doesn't sound very good but that restaurant is first class. I had some wonderful grilled Tuna there.
 

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Segovia's is some good stuff. If you really want to strap on the feed bag, Mt Fuji is some good Japaneese. Past Houlihans on left.
 
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