Curtin’s Wharf, Burlington, NJ

Positioned on the Delaware with long seafront views conveniently placed to Curtins Marina

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About the place:

Curtin’s Wharf Restaurant is located on the site of a small estuary lighthouse.    The Restaurant has an easy access dock so that those travelling by boat can pull right up and access the restaurant directly.   .  The 3 Curtin sisters started out in 1978 and have been running the restaurant ever since.   In the evenings and at weekends there is always a live jazz band.  Over 30 species of warbler have been spotted here during Spring and Autumn migration.


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Local Wildlife:

  • Bald Eagle, Louisiana Waterthrush, Cirulean Warbler, Black-throated Green Warbler, Wild Turkey, Great Blue Heron, Green-backed Heron, Grasshopper Sparrow, Ruffed Grouse, Scarlet Tanager, Acadian Flycatcher, Golden Eagle, Peregrine
  • Beaver, Otter, Raccoon, Muskrat, White-tailed Deer, Map Turtle


  • Delaware River valley, long open stretches of river with surrounding forest 
  • Excellent views from extensive open deck dining


  • Local Fare, Seafood and Burgers
  • Speciality  American Style Pub Grub
  • Licensed
  • Open: From May through to Labor Day, Closed Fall and Winter
  • Accommodation: no


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Location: Burlington, New Jersey, USA

  • 501 E Pearl St, Burlington, NJ 08016

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