Eat this for breakfast at the Bridge Café. Pictured is their legendary “green thing” – a fully loaded omelet sandwich featuring cooked-to-order eggs smothered in Swiss and stacked with fresh arugula and other greens, served on thick slices of whole grain bread.
Dreaming of a mid-day escape to a cozy riverside nook? Relax with a coffee and partake of a hearty and healthy lunch right here in scenic Hunterdon County, NJ.
Owned by Ken and Lisa Miller since 1987, Bridge Café in Frenchtown promises a picturesque view of the Delaware from your dining table, generous portions of creatively prepared fresh food, delectable baked goods, nostalgia-bedecked walls, and a peaceful, easy feeling.
On your way to the Riverside Dining area, you get to pass by and share a smile with their in-house baker, none other than owner Lisa Miller, carefully putting her special touches on the day’s homemade treats.
On the Bridge Cafe’s lunch menu, you’ll find original selections made with fresh, wholesome ingredients. To give you an idea of the quality and variety, here’s a sample of what’s served as of January 30, 2020.
- Arugula salad with olives, feta, raw vegetables and house vinaigrette
- Croque Madame on a croissant with chive cream cheese, grilled ham, Swiss cheese and sunny egg
- House-made corned beef hash with two fried eggs
- Roasted turkey wrap with Cabot’s sharp cheddar, cranberry-apple chutney, and arugula
Bridge Cafe | 8 Bridge St. | Frenchtown, NJ | Phone: 908 996 6040