Westampton Township is a township in Burlington County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 8,813 reflecting an increase of 1,596 (+22.1%) from the 7,217 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 1,213 (+20.2%) from the 6,004 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Westampton
4.5 based on 75 reviews
Our Story JB Bakery began as a bagel and bread shop in 1952. Over time, ownership passed from family to family, and the product line increased. Thirteen years ago, Burlington native Stephen Simon purchased JB and made it what it is today: a local landmark and dessert lover’s paradise that is regularly voted one of Burlington County’s best bakeries. Although JB may have originally stood for “John and Bill” — the bakery’s founders — Mr. Simon sees it as “Always Just Baked” because it operates 24 hours a day to produce fresh-baked products. At JB, professional bakers and pastry chefs employ traditional methods to perfect the art of dessert-making. They use scratch mixes and high-quality ingredients free of preservatives and imitation flavors, with the human element involved from creation to consumption. The bakery offers hard-to-find specialties from all over the world, holiday delicacies, seasonal specials, fresh bread and rolls, a coffee bar, and exceptional service. The chefs design custom cakes for weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, Sweet 16s, Bar and Bat Mitzvah, holidays, reunions, and many other occasions; by establishing relationships with customers and listening to their ideas, JB’s all-star staff turns cake dreams into reality. Through the years, JB has become a Burlington County landmark. It is annually featured in the local news, and people visit from out-of-state to tour the facility and taste the sweets. Guests cherish walking in and experiencing the rich aroma that is unique to real, old-fashioned bakeries. A few years ago, JB gained fame for introducing its ever-popular “Whale Cookie,” a sugary delight inspired by the brave beluga that swam the Delaware River. The bakery was especially honored to host Food Network Chef Robert Irvine for an episode of Dinner Impossible — entitled “Nightshift: Impossible” — during which Irvine used JB’s old-world techniques and machinery to pull a culinary all-nighter. Above all, JB is a family bakery and a part of the local community. Generations have come to regard it as “their” bakery, and it is common for people who grew up with JB birthday cakes to feature JB at their weddings as well. It is the official bakery of Burlington’s Wood Street Fair and supports other local events such as Festival of Lights, Bike Night, and the car show. JB frequently makes gift and product donations to local organizations and fundraising efforts, and it creates jobs for community members.
Great desserts st JB. Staff is always pleasant. Desserts are always fresh.They have this one cake, The JB Special. Chocolate cake, with a massive layer of cheesecake, some sort of yummy filling and chocolate ganache to top it all off. Omg so amazing.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
Cheesesteaks are loaded with tender tasty meat and yummy cheese. The chicken cheesestake with mushroom and fried onions is outstanding. I also enjoyed the antipasto salad and chicken Ceasar salad. My son devoured the chicken parm. It's perfect take out!
3.5 based on 42 reviews
Familiarizing ourselves with the area around lunch time so we stopped here for a quick sandwich. My wife had the chicken salad on sourdough and I tried it on 7 grain. I think both breads were baked there on site. Both bread and salad were fresh and great! Their menu suggested other specialties (pizza, baked goods). We visit this area to see grandchildren so we will add this to our list of quick and favorite!
4 based on 138 reviews
Next to Best Western and Hampton Inn
Great service to go with the expected great Cracker Barrel food. Definitely a safe place to eat; plus, who doesn’t enjoy the trinket shopping at different Cracker Barrel’s?
4.5 based on 151 reviews
Great service, delicious food and awesome beer/alcohol selections...need I say more?...don't let the curbside view deter you from a visit here...on the outside you'd think this place was a local pub and liquor store...on the inside this cozy bar and resteraunt has it all...come hungry as the portions here are huge!
4 based on 32 reviews
Stopped here for a late lunch on a Wednesday afternoon. Interior resembles an authentic log style building. Good size bar area with the usual sport images on several flat screens. Their menu is quite diverse and would be sufficient for most tastes. We ordered Perogies, Soup of the day, Philly Cheese Steak rolls, a Panzerotti and Clams Casino. Casino clams were good. Lots of clam chunks. Philly steak rolls should be left in the kitchen. Perogies were not all that great, because they were not served with sauted onions and sour cream. Panzerotti had nothing inside but some Pizza sauce. Altogether, a disappointing lunch. You won't find a menu on their web site, because the site offers very sparse of information.
However, in defense of the establishment, which is quite popular, they offer a huge beer selection both draught and in bottle and their beef sandwiches and burgers are renowned for the area. We did not try either of these items. On a footnote: the men's room is the most interesting that I have ever experienced. Bon Appetit'.
3.5 based on 7 reviews
This Dunkin Donuts franchise has rude and disrespectful staff. The staff is not friendly and has no customer service skills.
The owner, Mr. Patel, granted a discretionary military discount to military and their immediate family members. The staff refuses to honor the discount.
This staff harasses anyone who requests the military discount. The discount comes with "threats" to NEVER EVER grant the discount again. UNBELIEVABLE.
One staff member called me a "cheater" because I was JUST a military wife. I have never seen a franchise or a group of staff so against military and their families.
This is un-American.
It's not about the "miniscule" discount. Many establishments do not offer military discounts but they appreciate and respect those who serve (including their wives and family members). This Dunkin Donuts clearly does not. Disappointing and they will not be getting my business again.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
You will be screaming how good this ice cream is!!! I was taking a friend for a doctor appointment and sometimes you just need a treat to reward yourself so we decided to stop at VINCENT'S HOMEMADE ICE CREAM. I have been here before and knew the ice cream was fabulous. I use to visit VINCENT'S original location in Trenton, New Jersey. VINCENT AMICO, the owner and I are originally from the same Italian section of North Trenton, both of us going to the same grammar school, Saint James; but, I never knew him in my youth. Today VINCENT is dreaming up the best ice cream flavors you can imagine. The past off season he came up with a creamsicle flavor as well as a cannoli ice cream. On opening day of this season (even though it was a dreary, damp day) I had the creamsicle and have not been able to switch to any other flavor since. My friend quickly became a fan bringing home four different flavors for future indulgence. You will be screaming joy when you try VINCENT'S HOMEMADE ICE CREAM!!!
4 based on 172 reviews
The Robin's Nest is an independent restaurant devoted to customer service. You are invited for a delicious lunch, intimate dinner, relaxing Sunday brunch or evening cocktail. Our menu offers an eclectic mix of favorites with a French American flair. The eco-friendly restaurant uses the best available ingredients from local farms, featuring many vegetarian and gluten free dishes on the daily menu. Customers are always encouraged to share special food needs with the chef so that every dining experience is completely satisfying. The Robin's Nest Restaurant is uniquely situated in a beautifully restored Victorian building filled with antiques; and, located in the heart of downtown Mount Holly overlooking the Rancocas Creek. Inside the upstairs seats 60 with the downstairs offering several private dining rooms and an old fashioned bar. Warm weather brings with it the opening of the waterside bar and dining. The outdoor patio often offers live music and is always dog friendly.
After 11 hours on the road we were looking for a cozy place with ambiance, good food and good service to relax and wind down. That is exactly what we found at The Robins Nest. In an old bakery nestled in the heart of old Mount Holly we ate outside surrounded by plants and tiny white lights. The food was yummy, the service attentive. Just what we needed. Thanks!
3.5 based on 103 reviews
Recovery Sports Grill is a family-friendly sports grill offering a unique, yet comfortable atmosphere. With a focus on the community, guests enjoy local memorabilia showcased throughout the restaurant. With 13 locations, in five states, we pride ourselves in serving fresh, never frozen, house-made items as we have something for everyone!
Visited several times in 2014 while in town on business and had excellent service, food and especially enjoyed the Turkey burger! 3 years in the future, someone decided to mix bread crumbs with ground Turkey "gross" it doesn't cook well.. inside of burger is mush..sent it back thought it was under cooked, server had it remade, took like 40 minutes to come out..now is was blackened, but still mushy in the center! That's when I figured out what they were doing. The place has gone down hill in my opinion.
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