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Susan

Morristown Area Suggestions

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Any suggestions for dinner in the area? Settebello, La Campagna and Famished Frog are all not on the list of the restaurants recommendations that was sent with the tickets. Are they all gone? Is there a new restaurant next door to the theater?


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The restaurant next door is Brick Oven Pizza. Nice inside and out. Brick oven personal pizzas in many varieties along with chicken, veal, pasta, and fish dishes. Settabello's, Famished Frog, and LaCampanga still there, but I am not a fan. Orgins or Andaman Sea good for Thai; Sushi Lounge, good but a little pricey for sushi; and Grasshopper off the Green good for sandwiches/pub food. Lastly there is Mendhi and Ming 23 - Indian and Asian fusion in the HQ's

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Thanks for the suggestions. Sounds like they could use some new restaurants in Morristown.

The restaurant next door is Brick Oven Pizza.  Nice inside and out.  Brick oven personal pizzas in many varieties along with chicken, veal, pasta, and fish dishes.  Settabello's, Famished Frog, and LaCampanga still there, but I am not a fan.  Orgins or Andaman Sea good for Thai; Sushi Lounge, good but a little pricey for sushi; and Grasshopper off the Green good for sandwiches/pub food.  Lastly there is Mendhi and Ming 23 - Indian and Asian fusion in the HQ's


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The restaurant next door is Brick Oven Pizza.  Nice inside and out.  Brick oven personal pizzas in many varieties along with chicken, veal, pasta, and fish dishes.  Settabello's, Famished Frog, and LaCampanga still there, but I am not a fan.  Orgins or Andaman Sea good for Thai; Sushi Lounge, good but a little pricey for sushi; and Grasshopper off the Green good for sandwiches/pub food.  Lastly there is Mendhi and Ming 23 - Indian and Asian fusion in the HQ's

Good list.

I'd add Copeland's at the Westin Governor Morris. Expensive, but very creative.


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I would second Origin. Very well executed Thai food but it gets very crowded and somewhat loud on weekend nights.

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