The Wharf Restaurant

The Wharf is a family run waterfront restaurant and bar serving South Jersey for the last 30 years. We brag about having the best sunset and bay views in Cape May County. Whether it is live music on our waterfront deck or freshly shucked raw bar watching the sun go down, there is something for everyone at The Wharf.

The Wharf Restaurant
708 West Burk Avenue
Wildwood, N.J. 08260-1630

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The Irish Rover Station House

The Irish Rover Station House! We are a family friendly bar and restaurant; that prides ourselves on affordable quality food that’s made to order. Our expansive menu offers something for everyone; from our famous gourmet wings, to burgers to our Filet Oscar dinner. We have a newly redesigned bar that seats 50, a spacious dining area and patio seating. We offer live entertainment, 25 beers on tap, big screen TV’s for all you favorite sporting events, & great daily food and drink specials.

1033 S, Bellevue Avenue
Langhorne, PA. 19047
215-970-5412

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Kaminski’s Sports Bar & Restaurant

Kaminski’s Sports Bar and Restaurant is owned and operated by the Balis Family. Conveniently located in Cherry Hill, NJ we have serviced Camden and Burlington County locals for over 50 years. We are well known for our enormous portions, hand carved roast beef, outdoor patio, and exciting nightlife. Kaminski’s Sports Bar and Restaurant is also the top spot for all your sports needs, and offering over twenty tv’s to watch your favorite football & baseball games, UFC fights, boxing, etc. all year long.
Come in and experience our famous Sunday Brunch from 9am to 1pm!
Kaminski’s Sports Bar and Restaurant will continue to provide quality service, an outstanding variety of the finest liquors, a unique craft beer selection and memorable menus to our customers for many years to come.

1424 Brace Road
Cherry Hill, N.J. 08034
Phone: 856-428-2555

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St. Michaels Mutual Club

We are a private membership club that has ties to the neighboring communities. We have a Banquet Hall that will accomodate up to 250 people. Check out our website for info and pics of the hall rentals,past and present events,our history page and directions.

406 Memorial Avenue
Gibbstown, New Jersey 08027
Phone” 856-423-2616

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Knights of Columbus Delran, N.J.

The early years of our history are a little vague, but this much is known. In the spring of 1909 a group of men from St. Peter’s Church in Riverside, NJ met for the sole purpose of forming a council of the Knights of Columbus. At least 30 men agreed and applied to the Supreme Council for a charter. The charter was granted and the # 1436 was assigned to the council. The new council decided on the name Bishop John Neumann to honor the future saint who was the founder of St. Peter’s Church. Some of the organizers of the new council were: Thomas W. Fairbrother, Theodore L. Krein and Anton Winkelspecht. The official date of the charter was July 25,1909, and the first Grand Knight was Thomas W. Fairbrother and their first Chaplain was the Pastor of St. Peter’s Church Rev. Theodosius Goth. The meetings were held in the upper rooms of the church. As their membership grew, as well as their treasury, money was available to venture out and buy their a home of their own. The date is not known, but it was around the time of Grand Knight Pat McGuire was in office (1923-1927). But the unforeseen Great Depression of the early 1930’s struck. So, during the time of Grand Knight Anton Winkelspecht (1930-1933) the council eventually could not afford their mortgage and the home was lost. The home was located across from St. Peter’s Church At 207 Bridgeboro St. Not deterred, they moved back to the upper rooms of the church. Also in the mid 1920’s Under the leadership of Grand Knight Patrick J. Maguire and with the aid of Louis Rider Sr., William Barr, Walter J. Fairbrother Sr. And Edward Winkelspecht the local council started a Columbus Cadet Corps. The Corps was formed by the Supreme Council to give leadership skills to young boys between the ages of 12 and 16 to use as members of the Knights of Columbus in future years. The boys numbering about one hundred were sent to Brindle Lake in New Egypt,NJ. After 3 or 4 years the corps moved to Bamber Lake in Whiting NJ. Later this camp was purchased by the New Jersey State Council to serve the young men of Southern New Jersey and named Camp Columbus. The camp was sold in 1978 along with Camp Culver in Northern New Jersey. The proceeds were used to start the J. Conner French Youth fund which is used to fund K of C youth projects. Many members of our council started out in the corps of Cadets. 2 outstanding members of the Cadet Corps Joseph Clauss and William Ruehmling served as counselors at the camp. They were praised for their leadership. From the Cadet Corps. The St. Peter’s Drum and Bugle Corps was born. Under the leadership of Joseph Clauss the Drum and Bugle corps won recognition throughout Burlington County. In 1944 Grand Knight Anthony Camishion started many activities that are still going on today. The annual Communion Breakfast to honor our deceased members, the annual P.G.K dinner dance to honor the immediate Past Grand Knight. In 1957, Grand Knight Joseph Clauss made a deal with Mr. Chiaccio who owned a hall that was once a hall for an Italian organization The first year the council only paid one dollar for use of the hall and Mr. Chiaccio ran the bar .It had a nice hall for meetings and social functions and a spacious bar downstairs for members to enjoy themselves. The second year the council took over the entire building including the bar and started to pay rent. At that time the council had over two hundred men as members and was growing. It was approximately 15 years before the present council home was built. During that period of time many things took place. As each Grand Knight took office, he had goals he wanted to accomplish. Saturday night socials,both in the hall and downstairs at the bar. Christmas parties for the children and grandchildren of members. Clam bakes, Columbus Day dinners and Christmas baskets for the poor were just a few of the activities that went on at the council home. In 1961 the KC Club was started and is still taking in revenue for the council. During the mid-sixties a plot of ground was purchased on Bridgeboro Rd. in Delran, NJ for $11,000.00 for the purpose of building a new council home. In 1969 Grand Knight Rudolph Borkowski formed a committee to find a way to raise funds to accomplish the dream of building a new council home. It was decided that a campaign for pledges and memorials was the best way. Members were asked to pledge a minimum of $150.00; memorials started at $500.00 and could be paid over a period of time . The campaign was a huge success, a mortgage was obtained and plans were started to build the new hall. Our Spiritual Advisor, Deacon Joseph Fuoco was instrumental in obtaining Aristone Contractors to build our building. Contracts were signed with the builder and a ground breaking ceremony took place in the winter of 1971. In order to save money council members laid all floor tiles, installed the drop ceiling, painted the walls, helped with the laying of the parking lot, bought a used bar and installed it. Construction was completed in 1972. Our first meeting was held on August 21,1972. The dedication and laying of the corner stone was held on December 3,1972 In the middle seventies more room was needed and a store room was built by one of our members Joe Catan. In the early seventies our membership grew from three hundred to almost six hundred members. Also in the early seventies our news letter the Neumann News was started along the Ladies Auxiliary and the annual Mason-Knights Dinner Dance. We also moved the installation of officers from the council home to church. In 1977 Pete Yearly formed a committee to start The Edward Winkelspecht Memorial Triple Town Track meet for all 6th,7th and 8th grade students was started and the council received the state award for best youth activity in the state in 1977. The annual event was held for 13 years until 1999

On Sunday June 19,1977 Bishop John Neumann was canonized in St. Peter’s Square in Vatican City. The Knights of Columbus purchased a new statue of Saint John Neumann and processed it down the aisle of St. Peter’s Church. After being consecrated the statue was then given a place of honor and was placed in front of the council home and a time capsule was placed at the base of the statue. In 1978 our council became St. John Neumann Council # 1436. A reception was held to celebrate the change and the boy from Wildwood, NJ who received one of the two miracles attributed to St. John Neumann was present. Thorough the 80’s 90’s and into the 21st century St. John Neumann Council 1436 has grown to serve the churches of St. Peters and St. Casimirs Churches in Riverside, Holy Name Church in Delran and St. Charles Borromeo Church in Cinnaminson.

Some of our annual functions are Basketball free throw contest, spelling bee, Tootise Roll drive for Mentally challenged citizens, golf outing for our scholarship fund Every year we give out 200 plus food baskets to less fortunate families along with toys provided by The Marine Corps Toys for Tots program. These along with other programs mentioned earlier are just a few of the thing we do. In December 2007 our web page was launched as another tool to keep our membership informed of council activities. On July 25,2009 the council held a picnic and birthday party to celebrate the 100th anniversary of our council and on October 11, 2009 a special Mass was celebrated at St. Peter’s Church by The Most Reverend John M. Smith Bishop of the Diocese of Trenton followed by a dinner at the Touch of Class banquet hall in Delran.

934 Bridgeboro Street
Delran, N.J. 08075

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Villari’s Lakeside Restaurant & Lounge, Sicklerville, N.J.

New for 2018! Every game in HD and much more! NFL SUNDAY TICKET is back and more awesome than ever. You get to watch every game, every Sunday, but now you can experience every game in HD. Plus, we also get the Red Zone Channel, up to 8 games at the same time on the Game Mix Channel, Short Cuts and more. If you’re a football fan, you need to be at Villari’s Lakeside watching THE NFL SUNDAY TICKET !!
*** Villari’s Lakeside Restaurant & Catering Happy Hour Monday thru Friday ***
Best Happy Hour in South Jersey 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
$3 Domestic Bottled Beers ~ $4 Imported Bottled Beers $2 Domestic Drafts ~ $4.50 Craft & Imported Drafts (14oz.) $4 House Cocktails ~ $4 House Wines (7 oz.) $5 Martini Specials (Up to 15 different martinis) Exclusive Appetizer Specials Stating at Only $6.95!! Thursday Nights Hosted By DJ Tommy Bertolini: New Guest Bartender Every Thurs. $5 Three Olives Drinks Live Musical Entertainment Every Friday & Saturday 8:00 pm – 1:00 am…and beyond!!
Serving New Jersey for 35 Years for all your Restaurant, Bar and Catering needs. Weddings, Bridal Parties, Catering, Bridal Showers, Baby Showers, Funeral Luncheons, Retirement Parties, Birthday Parties, Corporate meetings all Events, All Affairs, All Parties! On Premise Catering, Off Premise Catering.
 
2375 Sicklerville Road
Sicklerville, New Jersey 08081
Phone: 856-228-5244
 
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Villari’s Sports Bar, Franklinville, N.J.

Come out for Happy Hour Monday – Friday 4:00pm – 7:00pm
Mexican
Mondays: Quesadilla $2.50 Margaritas $2.50 Corona $2.50
Taco Night Tuesday:Taco’s $1.00 Starts @ 4:00pm
Wednesday Night: $2:00 Personal Pizza’s
Wing Night Thursday: .50 wings and $2.00 Yuenglings
Friday: DJ Dance Party

2839 Coles Mill Road
Franklinville, NJ 08322
Phone: 856-629-8075

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Bobby Dee’s Rockin’ Chair


Bobby Dee’s Rockin’ Chair
Are you bored of the same old local restaurant? Located in Avalon, NJ, Bobby Dee”s Rock ”N Chair is newly renovated and has become widely known as one of the areas premier restaurants. Enjoy our courteous staff and mouth watering meals. Bring your friends and family in today and try some of our outstanding entrees at very affordable prices. Don”t miss out on what everyone”s talking about. We look forward to serving you soon!
Breakfast Daily from 8 am
Lunch 11 am Monday – Friday
Sat and Sun 11:30
Prix Fixe 4 pm Till 5:30
Dinner 4 pm Till 10 pm
Bar Till 2 pm

2409 Dune Drive
Avalon, N.J. 08202
Phone: 609-967-3300

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Happy Hour Social and Athletic Club

The Happy Hour Social and Athletic Club of Maple Shade was incorporated on June 26, 1946. The Happy Hour Club is non-profit, civic minded organization. The purpose of this organization is the encouragement and promotion of all civic betterments of Maple Shade New Jersey. We support a variety of charitable organizations within Maple Shade and Burlington County.

746 Laurelton Avenue & Route 73
Maple Shade, N.J. 08052
Phone: 856-779-9843

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Harbor View Restaurant

Harbor View Restaurant opened in April of 2004. The following summer the outside deck and bar opened. Harbor View is the place to be if you like beautiful sunsets, great food and fun times. Arrive by car or arrive by boat and enjoy Cape May’s best view of the Harbor. The Restaurant has a full service dining room with a spectacular view of the Cape May Harbor and is open year round. We have two great bars and a fun filled deck with food and entertainment.

954 Ocean Drive
Cape May, N.J. 08204
Phone: 609-884-5444

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The Greater Wildwood Elks Lodge

The Greater Wildwood Elks Lodge is a members only organization. Lodge #1896 was issued its charter in April 1953 and today has over 3,600 members.
Charity and community service is an integral part of being an Elk. In keeping with this tradition, Elks create and participate in many programs to better their communities and demonstrate that
Elks Care – Elks Share!
Our Social Quarters also provide our members and their guests with a a full kitchen and large bar. Weekly events are held throughout the year, include: a mixed league shuffle board; ladies shuffleboard; men’s darts; and pinochle.

109 West 1st Avenue
North Wildwood, N.J.
Phone:  609-729-5776

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Jug Handle Inn

Welcome to a no-b.s. New Jersey bar (it doesn’t get more NJ than the Jughandle). You might find an awesome blues band upstairs, and you’ll always find table shuffleboard, billiards, & darts downstairs. During the summer, there’s an outdoor Gazebo bar area with plenty of shade. Cheap drinks, friendly service, lots of parking. The Jug Handle Inn is a good place to kick back and relax, with AWESOME WINGS and a great staff.

1018 South Fork Landing Road
Cinnaminson, N.J. 08077
Phone:  856-665-8696

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Splitz Bar & Grill (Laurel Lanes)

Splitz Bar & Grill is connected to Laurel Lanes and offers even more fun and excitement. Experience different specials every night of the week in an atmosphere you won’t want to leave. Whether watching the Eagles and the Phillies with us or listening to a live band play, Splitz Bar & Grill is the place to be.

2825 Route 73 South
Maple Shade, N.J. 08052
Phone: 856-231-8498

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