In today's economy when you can find a delicious lunch at an affordable price you are winning. Do you have a restaurant where you can go for a good and cheap bit to eat here in the Garden State? We'll take a look at an article that focuses on affordable, tasty lunches across America and right here in New Jersey.


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In this Cheapism article, the restaurant selected for "good food" and "cheap prices" in New Jersey is right here at the Jersey Shore. "Though many people don't put much thought into lunch, it's an underrated time to dine out. Restaurants usually aren't too crowded, it's a nice way to unwind if you've been at work, and best of all, it's usually less expensive than going out for dinner."
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According to Cheapism, the restaurant they selected for "good" and "cheap" for lunch is located in Cape May County. Manco & Manco in Ocean City was their pick for the Garden State. "A classic pizza shop offers one of the cheapest, fastest lunches you can get. Try a slice or two at Manco & Manco on the Ocean City Boardwalk since 1956. Thanks to its crispy crust and swirl of sweet, tangy sauce, it was named "the best slice you've never tasted" by Esquire Magazine. Slices range from $3.50 to $9.50, so have a few to prepare for a long afternoon on the beach." mahyar motebassem mahyar motebassem



I've had lunch at Manco & Manco and it's always good and it's fun right there on the beautiful boardwalk in Ocean City.




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