Mount Holly is a wonderful historic town in NJ. Plan a day trip with the kids or a night out on the town with your friends. We have included directions to Mt. Holly on the bottom of this page so you can simply print out the page and go! All the bars listed on this page are within a 5 minute walking distance from each other.
FunNewJersey.com BAR HOPPING GUIDE
Take the Mount Holly Bar Run
A Nice quiet cultural town with a cool Bar scene
Bar Hopping in
MOUNT HOLLY NJ
Exit 5 off the NJ turnpike
The Bridgetown Pub
42 High St - THIS BAR IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED
THE BRIDGETOWN PUB
The first stop in our bar run was The Bridgetown pub located on High Street in downtown Mt. Holly, and what a stop it was! Pints of beer were under $3. A pint and a bottle only cost me a mere $5.75.
The Bridgetown pub is a nice little bar where locals meet. We met some very friendly people here and throughout the town of Mt Holly, that we felt like regulars by the time we were leaving. The big thing here is the awesome bar food.
Wet your whiskers here and taste the chili before you hop to the next spot. They have live entertainment every Tuesday night and sometimes on Saturday nights.
The High Street Grill
64 High Street Mount Holly NJ
THE HIGH STREET GRILL
Just a few doors down from the Pub is another terrific little spot; the High Street Grill. It is a little pricier than our first stop and is more in the vein of an upscale martini bar.
The High Street Grill is a good meeting place for casual drinks. The main attraction here is the great odd food they serve. You can try the Grilled Ostrich Filet, Moroccan Spiced Duck, fried Goat Cheese or Wild Mushroom Lasagna.
They have live entertainment every Fri and Sat which is usually blues based. On Monday nights you might find someone sitting at the piano bar.
The Courthouse Tavern (No Website)
100 Rancocas Rd. Mount Holly NJ,
The Couthouse Tavern
Now this is a good watering hole! A nice spacious bar with a real fireplace and live music on weekends. We met a lot of locals who were also bar hopping that day. They gave us all the in's and out's of the town.
The courthouse tavern has a lot of cool specials including 25 cent wing night. Don't miss their famous Happy hours. They have a new 46" Plasma TV and 8 new 20" TV's if sports interest you. All the locals recommended the hot Roast beef sandwiches.
THE ROBBINS NEST
The Robins Nest is a nice old fashioned type bar that boasts a pretty good restaurant too! They offer interesting, eclectic cuisine combined with a French American flair. The dining room is upscale and provides a very relaxing atmosphere. The Robbins Nest is a good choice for night cap snifter of Brandy or perhaps a double cappuccino. They also have an above average Sunday Brunch if you venture out early on a Sunday.
Visit the unique shops in the Mill Race Village in Downtown Mount Holly
Teddies of Mount Holly
A nice unique collection of dolls, teddy bears and gifts.
Pinelands Folk Music & Basketry Center
A beautiful assortment of hand crafted baskets for sale.
Spirit of Christmas
A wonderful selection of collectibles and ornaments for every occasion
Church St. Art and Craft
Fine art by local artists.
Photo of the Annual Fire and Ice Festival in Mt. Holly Held on January 29th 2005.
Directions to Mount Holly
Take Exit 5 off of the NJ turnpike toward BURLINGTON/MOUNT HOLLY. Pay toll and stay straight to go onto ramp. Turn RIGHT onto BURLINGTON MT HOLLY RD/CR-541 South. Continue to follow CR-541 South about 1 and 1/2 miles to High Street.
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