Outside of Atlantic City, Cape May, and Collingswood, Cherry Hill is one of the top southern New Jersey areas for fine dining restaurants.
Cherry Hill's claim to fame is having created the East Coast's first enclosed shopping mall --- Cherry Hill Mall. Today Cherry Hill is regarded as the economic and commercial center of Southern NJ with extensive shopping, dining, and entertainment, corporate parks, and host the many large corporations.
Cherry Hill's major attractions include: The Garden State Discovery Museum, the Croft Farm: Arts Center & Kay-Evans House, the Barclay Farmstead, the Flying Fish Brewery, and the county parks of Challenge Grove, Cooper River, and the Barnaby Greenwald Memorial. Cherry Hill is also host to the annual Cherry Blossom "9-11 Remembrance & Patriotic Gratitude" festival and parade during the last two weeks in April.
A small eat-in, takeout popular with diners who enjoy well prepared crab cakes without the amenities of a full service restaurant.
A national chain serving northern Italian food in a Tuscan villa atmosphere. Popular with diners who enjoy Italian food and trendy ambiance, at a reasonable price.
Popular with diners who enjoy excellent "dry-aged" steaks and seafood, with upscale, trendy ambiance and are willing to pay higher prices for the experience.
Popular with diners who enjoy high-end sushi in an attractive, chic setting. One of best in the Burlington/Camden County area.