Roxy’s Best Of…Peapack-Gladstone, New Jersey

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Oysters Bingo at the Limestone Cafe in Peapack-Gladstone, New Jersey

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Since we first moved to the Roxiticus Valley in October 2003, Rex and I have often enjoyed a “business lunch” (just the two of us) at The Limestone Cafe in Peapack-Gladstone, New Jersey. However, it’s only been in the past couple of years that we’ve started taking the girls there for dinner. It is Maddie’s hands-down favorite for birthday celebrations, starting with french fries as an appetizer, followed by the rack of lamb “lollipops” entree, and crowned with Chocolate Layer Cake Just Like Grandma Used to Make…though we always joke that no Grandma we know is half as generous with her slices.

Limestone doesn’t seem to have their own web site, but you can call them for reservations. Phone number is (908) 234-1475.

Limestone Cafe is located at 89 Main Street, Peapack, New Jersey.

Hours:  Lunch: Weds - Fri, 11:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.; Dinner: Weds - Thurs, 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.; Fri & Sat, 5:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.; Sun, 4:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.; CLOSED MONDAY AND TUESDAY.

Attire:  Casual

Alcohol:  BYOB.

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  • mudge
    7:21 pm on August 12th, 2008 1

    Roxy, I’ve been wondering forever (or at least since I found you on BlogExplosion many months ago): where the heck is the Roxiticus Valley. You’ve just put it together for me. (Of course, this begs the question, why not Google Map the place a long time ago, dummy?) But I digress.

    This Midwestern rooted guy actually spent a day or so in scenic Peapack, in early 2001, when it was home to the late, unlamented (in my view) Pharmacia Corporation, just after that rapacious enterprise absorbed my employer, and they were romancing IT employees to relocate.

    Quite lovely, really, though even eight years ago there was no affordable housing within a 90-minute commute. Of course, I’m not an investment banker, nor am I married to one. ;-)

    The medium-sized shark that was Pharmacia was gulped down by an even bigger one, Pfizer, and my understanding is that there is nothing pharmaceutically related left in Peapack (except on an individual entrepreneurial recreational level, of course). ;-) Had I bitten the bullet and relocated, I probably would have soon found myself stranded, 1,000 miles or more from my roots.

    Anyway, it’s a beautiful part of the world. No wonder you wax so enthusiastic.

  • mudge
    11:43 pm on August 15th, 2008 2

    Roxy, Your comment arrived in full, thanks so much for stopping by. This Best of blog is quite ambitious — how do you find the time? All the best. –m


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