RAMSEY, N.J. -- We get it. You like to eat. And you like to eat out. But dining with kids, especially young ones -- can sometimes get sticky -- in more ways than one. Kudos to the places that offer up pleasing menus for both adults and kids as well as surroundings that don’t feel like you’re dining at Mickey D’s.
What's The Best Family-Friendly Restaurant in Bergen County?
Allendale Bar & Grill, Allendale
Baumgart's Cafe, Englewood, Edgewater, Ridgewater
The Iron Horse Restaurant, Westwood
Ragazzi Restaurant Lounge, Norwood
You picked the top five family-friendly restaurants in Bergen County as part of our DVlicious contest. Who will win top honors? Read below for a “taste” of one – all are being highlighted this week.
Voting continues through 4 p.m. Monday, Sept, Sept. 26. You can vote multiple times, albeit once per day.
The winner will receive a DVlicious certificate along with bragging rights to offering family-friendly dining for the food lovers in all of us.
Why It's Kid Worthy: Namesake “Joe Biggie,” one of 12 children, started out shucking shellfish on the streets of Hoboken for hungry tavern patrons and ended up opening a clam bar in the late 1940’s. Since then, the family-owned eatery has expanded to Carlstadt and Ramsey in New Jersey, and Kingsport, Tenn.
While clams, oysters, calamari, shrimp and other grown-up seafood dishes are still the stars at Biggies, there is plenty on the kids’ menu to keep the little ones happy. They can chow down on grilled cheese sandwiches, chicken fingers, burgers, thin-crust pizza, hot dogs and fried shrimp. For those with sweet tooths, Biggie's has sinfully rich Snickers, Reese's and Oreo pies.
Take The Family: 1315 Route 17, Ramsey, (201) 962-9099, ramsey.biggiesclambar.com/