With Guy Fieri making the state of New Jersey Flavortown (he’s on his third Garden State eatery in a month), I thought I would look and see how many restaurants he’s visited through the years.

Dolce & Clemente's in Robbinsville

Jersey Girl Café in Hamilton

Jersey Girl Cafe via Facebook
Jersey Girl Cafe via Facebook
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Jammin’ Crepes in Princeton

Jammin Crepes via Facebook
Jammin Crepes via Facebook
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Rocky Hill Inn in Rocky Hill

Rocky Hill Inn via Facebook
Rocky Hill Inn via Facebook
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Vincentown Diner in Vincetown

Vincentown Diner via Facebook
Vincentown Diner via Facebook
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Bagel Street in Plainsboro

Bagel Street via Facebook
Bagel Street via Facebook
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Vagabond Kitchen and Tap House in Atlantic City

Vagabond via Facebook
Vagabond via Facebook
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Sam’s Rialto Bar and Grill in Pleasantville

Sam's Rialto Bar via Facebook
Sam's Rialto Bar via Facebook
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Piccini in Ocean City

Piccini via Facebook
Piccini via Facebook
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10th Avenue Burrito in Belmar

10th Ave Burrito via Facebook
10th Ave Burrito via Facebook
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Bayway Diner in Linden

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Google Maps
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La Isla Restaurant Hoboken

Marie’s Italian Specialties in Chatham

David Rosen via Facebook
David Rosen via Facebook
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Carluccio’s Coal Fired Pizza in Northfield

Carluccios via Facebook
Carluccios via Facebook
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The Grilled Cheese and Crab Cake Co. in Somers Point

Grilled Cheese and Crab Cake Company via Facebook
Grilled Cheese and Crab Cake Company via Facebook
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The Anchorage Tavern and Restaurant in Somers Point

The World Famous Anchorage Tavern via Facebook
The World Famous Anchorage Tavern via Facebook
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White Manna in Hackensack

White Manna via Facebook
White Manna via Facebook
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Oyster Creek Inn in Leeds Point

Ernest and Son in Brigantine

Ernest And Son Old-Fashioned Butcher Shoppe via Facebook
Ernest And Son Old-Fashioned Butcher Shoppe via Facebook
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George’s Place in Cape May

George's Place via Facebook
George's Place via Facebook
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Kelsey and Kim’s Southern Café

Kelsey & Kim's Restaurants via Facebook
Kelsey & Kim's Restaurants via Facebook
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The Ritz Diner in Livingston

Ritz Diner via Facebook
Ritz Diner via Facebook
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Brownstone Diner and Pancake Factory

Brownstone Pancake Factory via Facebook
Brownstone Pancake Factory via Facebook
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Maul’s Dog House in Wildwood

Maul’s Dog House via Facebook
Maul’s Dog House via Facebook
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Quahog Seafood Shack in Stone Harbor

Quahog Seafood Shack via Facebook
Quahog Seafood Shack via Facebook
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Turf Earth and Surf in Somerville

Turf Earth and Surf via Facebook
Turf Earth and Surf via Facebook
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Joe’s Meat Market in South Bound Brook

Joe's Meat Market via Facebook
Joe's Meat Market via Facebook
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Big Pink’s BBQ in Bridgewater

Big Pinks BBQ via Facebook
Big Pinks BBQ via Facebook
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