South Jersey Spots to Satisfy Your Comfort Craving

The holidays have come to an end, and what better way to de-stress than with some comfort food. Stop by any of these South Jersey eateries to satisfy that cozy craving.


Pic-a-Lilli Inn

866 Route 206, Shamong
Beginners can dig into classics like pulled pork or baby-back ribs, but for next level comfort food, try the creamy crab soup or chili bread bowl. These scrumptious dishes will sustain that cozy, happy feeling all year long.


Iron Hill Brewery

124 East Kings Highway, Maple Shade
Top off your meal with the crunchy, flaky pastry covering sweet corn and soothing potatoes in this chicken pot pie. If you want to shake up the classic, try the seafood pot pie bursting with scallops, crab and shrimp.

Braddock’s Tavern

39 South Main Street, Medford
Take dinner into your own hands with Braddock’s B.Y.O Mac and Cheese. No, you don’t have to bring your own ingredients, but you can choose exactly what toppings to add to the cheesy dish. Go big with short rib and pork belly, or keep it simple with some bacon and sweet peas.


400 Route 38, Moorestown
Eat your barbecue the way it was meant to be eaten – with a side of Brussels sprouts. Even better, these are doused in butter. It’s the perfect addition to the brown-sugar maple-glazed pork chops (with cornbread stuffing!).

The Capital Grille

2000 Route 38, Cherry Hill
Seafood plus pasta plus cheese equals an epic meal. Creamy cheese with large chunks of lobster will put you into the best food coma. And if you’re still somehow craving cheese after this dish, go for the au gratin potatoes.



David & Sons

120 Center Square Road, Suite 204, Swedesboro
It could take years to eat your way through this cozy menu. From the loaded baked potato to the Cuban sandwich to the candied bacon, you could try a new dish each day. Satisfy that comfort craving over and over again.

Farm and Fisherman

1442 Marlton Pike East, Cherry Hill
Comfort food isn’t reserved for lunch and dinner. On Sundays, Farm and Fisherman brings the cozy cuisine to brunch. Dine on eggs and grits or biscuits and gravy to start your morning on a happy note.

Henri’s Hotts Barbeque

1003 Black Horse Pike, Folsom
Make your own plate during weekends at Henri’s Hotts. Be warned: it can be hard to choose from the endless options. Pile up mac and cheese, fried chicken and chili, or grab the mashed potatoes, ribs and collard greens. End the meal with sweet peach cobbler after you go back for seconds.

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