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Delaware Township

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Delaware Township

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A rural township in southern Hunterdon County, founded in 1838.

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The only remaining covered bridge in public use in the state of New Jersey. "Green Sergeant's Bridge". The bridge crosses the Wickecheoke Creek on County Route 604, known locally as Rosemont-Ringoes Road.

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The Cafe at Rosemont, in the hamlet of Rosemont - a part of Delaware Township. This is a lovely country cafe with creative dishes - both American and International. Weekend brunches are especially popular but weekday evening dinners are also well prepared and presented.

The Sergeantsville Inn in the center of the township at the interesection of County Route 604 and County Route 523. Excellent burgers and tavern menu. Several decent beers on tap and an eclectic main menu with wild game. Good wine list.

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