Popular Collingswood Restaurants
with Dining Reviews

Collingswood Restaurants

Collingswood, located seven miles east of Philadelphia In southwest New Jersey, is a small community with a number of excellent restaurants (especially Italian)  and one of South Jersey's top three dining destinations along with Atlantic City and Cape May.



It's also one of the few dry town's in NJ with restrictions against serving alcoholic beverages dating back to a policy in force since 1873. BYOB restaurants are the norm.

Collingswood is a revitalized town with boutique shops, restaurants, sidewalk entertainment, and festivals. The major attractions include: The Collingswood Community Theater, Collingswood Scottish Rite Theatre, and the annual Collingswood Crafts and Fine Art Festival held in the 3rd weekend in August, and the Before the Bridge Music Festival in September

Popular Collingswood Restaurants With Dining Reviews

Kitchen Consigliere

Kitchen Consigliere, Collingswood

One of the top "Red Gravy" traditional Italian restaurants in southwest Jersey with attractive mob themed decor and fun, "Italian ambiance".
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Nunzio Ristorante

Nunzio Ristorante

One of the best Collingswood restaurants known for serving Italian dishes using quality ingredients in an attractive Italian Village setting.
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The Pop Shop Cafe

The Pop Shop Cafe

A great place if you have young kids and looking for an "out - of - the - ordinary", kid friendly place for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

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Sagami Japanese

Sagami Japanese

One of the top Sushi restaurants in south Jersey serving creatively prepared dishes with fresh ingredients.
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Sapori Trattoria

Sapori Trattoria

Popular with diners who enjoy authentic Italian food prepared with quality ingredients in an attractive, rustic setting.
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Thai Basil

Thai Basil

Offers a good selection of well prepared Thai - Asian Fusion dishes in an attractive setting.
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Zeppoli

Zeppoli

One of the top Southwest Jersey restaurants. Serves creative Sicilian influenced dishes.
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