Experience a taste of colonial ambiance with a holiday dinner at one of New Jersey's historic Thanksgiving Day restaurants
New Jersey with it's rich colonial history has many historic sites and rustic venues that specialize in serving a traditional Thanksgiving Day dinner.
The Clinton House is an historic restaurant circa 1743, located in the heart of the Historical Community of Clinton, serves up traditional American food in a rustic country setting. It has recently been renovated to restore its 18th century atmosphere.
The ambiance is warm, cozy with old beamed ceilings, dark wood, and a stone fireplace.
The Sergeantsville Inn is a rustic romantic inn offering fireside dining in an historic 1700's stone building. The inn hosted George Washington. A terrific place to experience wild game dishes and traditional country American fare. Open on Thanksgiving