Hoagie Heaven

301 S Broadway
Gloucester City, 08030
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(856) 742-9099

Delis, Sandwiches

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New York Style Pizza

10 S King St
Gloucester City, 08030
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(856) 742-8370

Pizza, Sandwiches

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Highland Tavern

308 Orlando Ave
Gloucester City, 08030
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(856) 456-1705

Dive Bars

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The Whiskey Barrel

200 Jersey Ave
Gloucester City, 08030
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(856) 349-7487

Chicken Wings

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Art’s Deli

36 N Broadway
Gloucester City, 08030
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(856) 742-8500

Delis

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King of Pizza

1311 US 130 & Market St
Gloucester City, 08030
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(856) 456-5110

Pizza

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Vitale’s Italian Bistro

942 9th St
Gloucester City, 08030
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(856) 456-5660

Caterers, Italian

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Bramble’s Cold Cuts

300 Somerset St
Gloucester City, 08030
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(856) 456-7077

Delis

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McMichael’s Pub & Grill

157 S Burlington St
Gloucester City, 08030
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(856) 349-7056

Pubs, American (New)

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O’donnell’s 1923 Pub & Grill

401 N Broadway
Gloucester City, 08030
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I'm giving the newly re-opened O'Donnell's 4 stars, but based on a Happy Hour experience. I cannot speak for the food (I am also not sure if the cod in the previous review is still available under the new ownership. I will report back. I never had the cod in the previous review, which I probably would have liked. ) I was in the old O'Donnell's too many times to count, mostly for private room events. It was drab, desperate for a face lift, with blah food. That is actually an understatement, but once again I'm being nice. (Get over it; I was raised in the South.) I'm quite happy with the new renovations. The only thing they kept was the old piano (and I like old stuff, plus I like pianos, so they scored some points with me.) The layout is way better, and the bartender was quite nice. So, when it boils down to it, it is a Jersey bar. But I believe in context (a small Jersey town loaded with dive bars) this place deserves 4 stars. It is a pleasant experience. I hope the new owner does well with the business. Of the Gloucester City bars, I would choose this place second to Max's.
This Pub used to be a favorite spot. A new owner, Louie(a patron favorite cook) is gone and a terrible visit last night has put a bad taste in this patrons mouth! Such a shame to see something go from awesome to bad in just a couple months :-( Even other long-time regulars were disgusted last night! Time to find a new watering hole.
This is actually a rinky dink place which reminded me of being at a marina. It brings back some good memories though...my boss, of late, loved this place. I remember the first time I went there I thought it was going to be terrible (nothing like judging a book by its cover!) Just the exterior and the city that it is in is somewhat rundown. He insisted on me trying the cod (oh boy I thought now i have to try something that sounds stupid...and was thinking why couldn't they have lobster (so call me spoiled). We went out to lunch alot and this was one of the first of many lunches for years. When we first went in, a much older hostess gave him (Lou) a big smile and said "Louie - good to see you" and seated us right away. The waitress (much older as well) was over within seconds with ice water and said "the usual lunch Mr. K"? and he said "yes, two". Well, I vividly remember sitting there with him at a booth with wood seats and a paper placemat thinking if I don't like it i'm not gonna eat it. It's kind of a dark place and older looking - nothing special. Well, let me tell you, let me tell you (just making sure you're reading all of this) the Cod was scrumptious...light, flaky and a melt in your mouth, flavorful piece of fish cooked perfectly with a little butter dripping on the top. The fries were chunky wedges and there was a side of coleslaw. The waitresses were so attentive, and they doted on him. Now here was a man that was worth millions and he loved these little down home type places with real people, sincere kindness and a quiet sort of atmosphere. I thought about this place tonight because when I was grocery shopping with my son he pointed it out and said "mom, what's cod? and I ended up telling him the story and said i won't buy it at the store but I will take you to a little place called O'Donnell's and I think you'll love it..... I think you would love it too & don't judge the book by it's cover as this is a tiny little place in a nowhere town that is fabulous.

(856) 456-3838

Pubs, American (Traditional)

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