Sugar Factory American Brasserie expands in New Jersey with its new Cherry Hill location, opening to the public on Wednesday, October 19. The family-friendly, high-energy celebration destination known for its sweets and treats is located in the Garden State Park Town Center at 923 Haddonfield Rd, Suite A (at the former Zinburger space).
“We are excited to introduce our high-energy, sweet restaurant to the residents of Cherry Hill, New Jersey; it is the perfect fit for our family-friendly brand. From our colorful and vibrant dishes to our over-the-top desserts, every moment at Sugar Factory Cherry Hill will offer guests an extremely memorable and Instagrammable experience from the minute they walk in until the minute they leave.”
Stepping inside, Sugar Factory’s 3,800 square foot space features a 55-seat indoor dining room filled with interactive experiences, a 31-seat bar area, and a 32-seat outdoor terrace. Diners are greeted by Sugar Factory’s signature, over-the-top, Instagrammable décor, including lifesize flower walls with neon artwork, LED screens, and a glamorous ‘Pretty in Pink’ private dining room featuring a pink telephone booth for pictures that seats up to 24 guests.
Offering brunch, lunch, and dinner, Sugar Factory’s menu features burgers, pizzas, pastas, salads, colorful dishes, and unique desserts. Start the day with exciting brunch offerings, including mouthwatering waffles, like the Strawberry Cheesecake Stuffed Waffle – a warm waffle stuffed with strawberries and delicious New York Cheesecake and topped with fresh strawberries, whipped cream and strawberry sauce; or the Cannoli Stuffed French Toast made with thick slices of brioche bread, stuffed with a sweet cannoli and chocolate chip cream, and topped with berries, whipped cream and chocolate fudge. Sugar Factory’s Insane Iced Coffees are a perfect breakfast pairing and a photo-worthy way to add a caffeine boost to the day. These cold brew-based, lavishly-decorated drinks are topped with waffles and available in various flavors.
Popular lunch and dinner menu items include The 24K Gold Burger meal, featuring a burger dripping in 24k gold leaves and served with gold-dusted french fries, and a 24K Gold Milkshake – made with Ferrero Rocher golden truffles and topped with a gold draped chocolate glazed donut; the Prime NY Steak Frites, an 8-ounce prime NY Strip, pan roasted with garlic herb butter and served with parmesan fries; Spicy Lobster Arrabiata Spaghetti with a whole Maine lobster tail, shrimp, roasted garlic, parmesan cheese, and decadent spicy marinara sauce; Pan Roasted Salmon with a slow roasted creamy salmon filet, Yukon gold mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus, and bacon herb sauce; or the Big Cheesy Burger, an Angus beef burger topped with melted white cheddar, creamy mac & cheese and bacon on a toasted potato bun.
Sugar Factory’s Insane Milkshakes are lavishly decorated and served in chocolate-covered mugs for dessert. Favorites include the Giggles Snickers Milkshake, Princess Make A Wish Milkshake, and Bacon Cheeseburger Milkshake. Most legendary is the sensational King Kong Sundae, which serves up to 12 people and features 24 scoops of ice cream covered with sprinkles, gummy bears, caramel sauce, fudge sauce, and giant whirly pops.
The restaurant’s elevated white marble bar seats provide full-menu service complete with Sugar Factory’s signature, celebrity-endorsed smoking candy goblets, like the new Twisted Hart Peach Lemonade by Kevin Hart, made with his Gran Coramino Cristalino tequila, fresh peaches, and homemade lemonade and decorated with twisted unicorn lollipop straws and peach candy hearts. All available with or without alcohol, other celebrity-approved goblets include The Rock’s Soul Man made with his Teremana Tequila; 50 Cent’s Candy Shop made with his Branson Cognac; Bruno Mars’ Watermelon Piña Colada and Mai Tai, made with his SelvaRey Rum; Nick Jonas and John Varvatos’ Strawberry Cadillac Reposado Margarita made with Villa One Tequila; and The Drake, crafted with his Virginia Black Whiskey.
Sugar Factory Cherry Hill will be open Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
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Marilyn is a freelance writer covering the food and drink scene of South Jersey. You can find more of her writing on Philly Grub and NewsBreak.