The Cranford Hotel, as seen today, bears a strong resemblance to its earliest days. Built in 1893 by the Hess family, it’s convenience to the railroad tracks made it a popular stop for businessmen. In 1946, the hotel was sold to the DiTullio family and remained in use as a hotel until the early 70’s. It endures today as a favorite restaurant and meeting place – boasting a great filet mignon, authentic thin-crust pizzas, as well as a bevy of burgers, beers and sandwiches.
Recently chosen on NJ.com as one of N.J.’s 24 coziest restaurants to warm up on a cold night! Come on in and find out why!
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