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3 Budget-Friendly Places To Eat In Livingston

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3 Budget-Friendly Places To Eat In Livingston

When traveling to a classic northeastern destination like New Jersey, you expect to find a huge variety of coffee, doughnut shops, and pizza joints, but Livingston offers so much more. Hungry visitors to Livingston are sure to be pleasantly surprised at the dizzying array of excellent restaurants, including brunch and bakeries, authentic Asian, fresh seafood, and much more — many with vegan and vegetarian options. Read on for just a small sampling of Livingston area restaurants that are sure to satisfy your cravings and your wallet.


3 Budget-Friendly Places to Eat in Livingston 


Honey's Kitchen

What Honey's Kitchen in nearby Fairfield lacks in size, it makes up for in delicious food made with local ingredients and friendly service. Glowing reviews just keep pouring in for Honey's brunch menu. Dig into thick-sliced challah French toast with decadent toppings like caramelized bananas and pecans, or keep it light with the popular crab cakes or an egg salad sandwich. Kids are welcome here with little touches like Mickey Mouse-shaped pancakes. The restaurant is also open for dinner on Wednesdays with a variety of familiar dishes at reasonable prices.

Inspiration Roll

Inspiration Roll
Image via Flickr by ashleyt 

For an exotic taste of the West on your Livingston vacation, check out one of Inspiration Roll's many locations in the Essex County area. Sushi burritos are growing in popularity all over the country, but you don't have to go all the way to New York City to try one! This chain eatery has surprisingly low prices for high-quality food. 

There's sure to be an Inspiration Roll near whichever of the dozens of Livingston area hotel options you choose for your vacation. With easy online ordering, just take it back to your room and chill! 

The menu makes it easy to assemble your rice or poke bowl, salad, or sushi burrito by custom-building your order one ingredient a time. Choose from crab sticks, shrimp tempura, spicy yellow fin tuna, and more. If sushi doesn't suit your taste buds, Inspiration Roll has you covered with a full page of interesting ramen noodle bowls instead.

PF Market

This unique combo of restaurant and fresh fish market has been featured in the New York Times and won awards in many "best-of" competitions. Many of their dinner selections are a bargain and feature the freshest catch at under $30 per entree with an impressive wine list. You can also try a lunch special for the same great tastes at a lower price. 

Highlights include oysters caught from around the country, squid ink Fettuccine, soft shell crabs, and even live lobster served with drawn butter. Their convenient West Caldwell location makes it easy to dine in or order online and pick up to enjoy al fresco.

Whatever you decide to chow down on after a busy day of adventuring in and around Livingston, you're sure to find options to please everyone in your group without breaking the bank. And remember that many lodging options also offer onsite dining, in case you don't feel like leaving the building to grab a bite!


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