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The Golden Popsicle Awards 2015: South Jersey Winners

The results are in! Here are the best spots to eat in South Jersey.



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Best Place for Kids 

1. The Pop Shop (Collingswood)
​2.  Duffer's (Wildwood)
3. The Circus Drive-In (Wall) 
4. Harpoon Henry's (North Cape May) 
5. (TIE) Nifty Fifty's and Maui's Dog House

Best Diner 

1. Ponzio's (Cherry Hill)
2. Medport Diner (Medford)
3. Marvis Diner (Wildwood)
4. Mastori's Diner (Bordentown)
5. Diamond Restaurant (Hainesport)

Best Pizza

1. Manco & Manco Pizza (Ocean City)
2. King of Pizza (Cherry Hill)
3. Sam's Pizza Palace (Wildwood)
4. Angelo's (Mt. Laurel)
5. Villa Barone Restorante Italiano (Collingswood)

Best Burger

1. Bobby's Burger Palace (Cherry Hill)
2. Lucky Bones Backwater Grille (Cape May)
3. Elevation Burger (Moorestown)
4. Vincentown Diner (Vincentown)
5. Frankie's Bar and Grill (Point Pleasant)

Best Cupcake

1. Sweet Eats Bakery (Voorhees, Marlton)
2. Gallo's Bakery (Cherry Hill)
3. Crust and Crumb Bakery (Beach Haven)
4. Carlo's Bake Shop (Ridgewood, Westwood, Marlton, Morristown, Red Bank, Hoboken)
5. Cake That (Manahawkin)

Best Ice Cream 

1. The Cold Cow (Cedar Brook)
2. Duffers (Wildwood)
3. The Original Kohr Brothers Frozen Custard (Wildwood)
4. Daddy O's (Marlton)
5. Cold Scoops Ice Cream Parlor (North Wildwood)

More Golden Popsicle Winners: 
Central Jersey Winners
Essex County Winners 
Morris County Winners
North Jersey Winners
Union County Winners

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