There are far too many tourists who eat solely in one of Newark's many hotels. Not to say that a good club sandwich doesn't have its place, but there is a culinary world that awaits outside of a room service menu. Out of all the restaurants in any city, 10Best narrows the options to those places with the most appeal and the best reputations. We offer carefully vetted selections to let you explore Newark dining on your own. In the real world.
Traditional Portuguese food can be found at McWhorter Barbeque or Adega Grill, with seafood so fresh you will swear the ocean is just around the corner. Or try sushi that fuses French concepts with Japanese techniques at the amazing Sushi House 21. If you still have room in your stomach, indulge in a traditional deli experience at Hobby's Delicatessen, with sandwiches so stuffed, you may find it difficult to fit your whole mouth around one. During Devils' or Nets' home games, you can stay here, right until game time, preparing your soul for glory or heartbreak, one meat-filled bite at a time.
Even if you are just in Newark for a layover, you deserve to eat well. These 10Best choices will do your belly right.