In New Jersey, we have a lot of strip malls, a lot of traffic, a lot of construction, and, oh yes, a lot of great restaurants. Did you ever want to go for something a little more unusual to break things up a bit?. If that sounds like fun to you, then you should start making plans to take a road trip to the eatery that was named the most unusual restaurant in New Jersey.

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The national website Love Food set out to name each state's most unusual restaurant, and the one they chose for the Garden State really fits the bill. It's a lot of fun and definitely worth the trip.

First, let's talk about the food. You will be treated to an amazing four course meal "fit for royalty" with plenty of options. The food is great, but it's only part of the experience at New Jersey's most unusual restaurant.

You'll have to cross the drawbridge to begin your adventure, and once you do, you are immediately taken back to the 11th century as you make your way through the castle.Now get ready for kings and queens and jousting. Is it becoming clear to you what New Jersey's most unusual restaurant is?

Love Food's choice, and it's a good one, for most unusual restaurant in the Garden State is Medieval Times in Lyndhurst.

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Medieval Times is located at 149 Polito Ave, Lyndhurst, so it's basically about an hour or so from here. That's not a bad road trip at all. And who thought it would only take an hour to get to the 11th century, right?

So, pack the family and head for a great experience in Lyndhurst. Then you can say you have eaten at New Jersey's most unusual restaurant!

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