Fare: American- Greek Mediterranean influence
Price: In-expensive - moderate
Food Quality: Excellent. They use, quality fresh ingredients, creatively prepared and served in generous portions.
Service: Friendly. attentive. Wait staff is young and energetic.
Ambiance/Decor: Basic, cafe style with an open kitchen
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy excellent, non-traditional breakfasts and creative new American lunch & Dinner dishes at an affordable price,
Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer an extensive menu with more fine dining amenities.
Recommended Dishes: For Breakfast, The Banana French Toast, For Lunch/Dinner, The Greek lemon Chicken Salad, or the Chicken Quesadilla, or the Greco Chicken - two grilled chicken breasts with roasted red peppers and melted feta cheese on top.
Alcohol : BYOB
George's Place, located across the street from the Congress Hall Hotel, is a small 40 seat eatery with very basic atmosphere. They are best known for it's excellent breakfasts --- it's one of the best breakfast restaurants in South Jersey.
George's has an open kitchen, so you're able to check-in to get a glimpse of how they prepare the food.
This is a family run eatery operated under the the direction of John Karapanagiotis.
They are a value priced BYOB serving generous portions of creative food preparations.
They use fresh ingredients, and offer great value in a very modest setting.
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Seasonal Hours, During the summer they are open 7 days a week for Breakfast & Lunch from 8:00am-3:00pm, and 7 nights a week for Dinner from 5:00pm -8:00pm
Reservations are taken for dinners only and taken at 5pm, day of, for the same night. Cash Only
After November 1st, call for hours.
(updated: February, 2020)
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