Chatterbox sussex nj
And then there is the Chatterbox Drive-In, a classic old-school drive-in, and a must-see where Elvis has NOT left the building. Take a tour of the mine, then bring your mine-tour ticket stub to one of the local restaurants listed below for a discount. The Exterior walls are a cultured field stone, very similar to an Irish field stone.
Our family dining room, (known as “The Franklin Room” after the historical photos of this once mighty mining town) is located well away from the bar area, with comfortable banquet booth seating, and a cosy fireplace.
And Don has you covered if you crave other diner staples.
Touring a mine is not as labor intensive as working in one, but you still have to eat.
The museum offers a light lunch menu right on-site at the Miner’s Lunchbox snack bar, but for a full lunch or dinner there are lots of places around to eat.
To help narrow your search we picked three of our favorites.
Facilities provide for swimming, boat launching, picnicking, hiking (Appalachian Trail), fishing, camping, cabins.
As the proprietor of the popular New Jersey hangout The Chatterbox Drive-In, Don Hall knew he was on to something when he opened the 1950s- and 1960s-themed eatery.