A Day at the Races
Cherry Hill has 49 public parks and recreational facilities, and is also home to Garden State Park, which hosts horse racing. There are plenty of golf courses nearby as well as access to biking and running trails. The Cherry Hill Mall is world famous as one of the first indoor mega-malls. With its proximity to Philadelphia, residents have easy access to some of the best museums, historical sites, and performing arts venues in the country. Locally, resident can get their entertainment fill at locales like the nearby State Theatre, Kelsey Theatre, and Eleanor Connell School of Dance.
Variety of Cuisines
Most area residents and visitors want to get out and get to know some of the area restaurants in Cherry Hill. The cuisines are varied, and you will find plenty from which to choose. Oh Yoko! may have a funny name, but the sushi is seriously first rate and locally owned. Norma's is very nice for Middle Eastern food, and there is even a belly dancer on weekends. Caffe Aldo Lamberti offers excellent Italian food. If you are looking for a diner, check out Kaminski's or the Silver Diner. Both are reputable and good for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, at any hour day or night.
Quiet Evenings Out
Cherry Hill’s nightlife is brimming with options. Elephant and Castle and P.J. Whelihan's are both very popular pubs that you might want to check out. The Coastline is a restaurant, but also has a large bar area as well as live music on some nights. Taylor's is the best local sports bar, and is a great place to meet new people. For those who want a little activity at night, consider the Pinsetter Bar & Bowl. Cherry Hill is fairly quiet when it comes to dive bars or night clubs, but with Philadelphia just down the road, those are accessible as well.