Our Menu


*all menu prices include NJ sales tax

Happy Hour

Happy Hour Specials start Monday Feb 11, 2019

Daily Specials


MEXI-MONDAYS  8pm – Close
$2 off Nachos
$3 Cuervo Shots
$5 Margaritas
$3 Corona & Dos Equis
[All Sections]


“T” for TUESDAY  8pm – Close
$3 Twisted Tea’s
$4 Green Tea Shots
$5 LIT & Tito’s Drinks
[All Sections]


WINGS-DAY  8pm – Close
Yuengs and Wings: 10 Wings and a Pint of Yuengling $10
$3 White Claws
[All Sections]


[Bar Only]


HAPPY HOUR  4pm – 7pm


HAPPY HOUR ALL DAY*  11am – Close
[Bar Only]


*Except on Sunday’s with scheduled events.


10% off Robert Wood Johnson Employees with 🏥 ID card
10% off Military with 🇺🇸 U.S. Military ID card, American Legion, VFW or AM VETS card

Daily Specials start Monday Feb 11, 2019

🎓 Congratulations Class of 2018!

40 Years

and counting!

Stuff Yer Face Restaurant is located in New Brunswick, New Jersey. It is famous for its selection of stromboli sandwiches and beers from around the world. The restaurant first opened in 1977 on the Rutgers University campus. Our menu includes a wide variety of appetizers, burgers, grilled sandwiches, pizza and salads. We have a full service bar and a great beer list. The staff strives for quick, friendly and attentive service, serving delicious, inexpensive food. Whatever you decide to eat or drink… you’ll leave feeling good inside!


Our History

The Original Stuff Yer Face Circa 1977 at 43 Easton Avenue home to the Stromboli from 1977-1982.

Thanks to all our great staff and patient and supportive customers… We made it!

Check out our

Latest news

Word On The Street


“Cute little college hang out with pretty good stromboli.”

Danielle Vann


“Best strombolis I have ever had, ever.”

Glenn Brennan


“Great beer selection. Great food. Been coming here for almost 20 years and I love it. Went to Rutgers and this was the best bang for buck on food. Fireman’s and Chipotle Boli are my favs!”

Daniel Castellanos


“I’ve been here so many times i’ve lost count and I tend to bring anyone who’s never been before here over all other restaurants in New Brunswick. Mainly b/c it’s a great atmosphere, good service and even better food. The Boli’s are the best! Their Pizza, wings and mozzarella sticks are awesome and I’ve not heard any complaints about anything else. Nice beer selection as well.”

Jan Munford


“You won’t be disappointed in the menu and service. Prices are appropriate. My apartment is far from here, so i can’t visit often.”

Janice Bennett

“Great spot for an appetite of any size. I will be bringing family next time. Bring your hunger – portions are filling. They have a lot of positive reviews for a reason.”

Tiffany King

“Great location to meet with friends. The staff was very helpful and welcoming. The place has a great feel to it.”

Megan Lane

“My order was on point and I like the atmosphere”

Walden Jonas


“The definitive stromboli eatery does not disappoint. Wide selection of boli’s are all fantastic. Great selection of appetizers and salads. Nice bar with a good selection of drafts. Young college crowd due to proximity to Rutgers. This place gets busy especially on the weekends. Parking is rough. Meter parking right outside.”

Ron M

“First time experiencing eating a Stromboli. I made my own (my 5 ingredients) or you can order the pre selected ones.  All looked great and mine tasted great.  Of course I had a local beer to wash it down.”

David G. Servetter


Keyur Patel


“Excellent as always.”

Mary and R. Ghilino

“A great place to meet friends or have a great family dinner. Food and service is always great.”

Lenny Calderaro

“Stuff Yer Face is one of the best places to get a cold beer and a stromboli in the city. This eatery and bar, which was featured on “Man v. Food,” is one of the most iconic places for Rutgers students to head to on the weekends.  With a giant bar inside and places to drink throughout the restaurant, this is the perfect place to come with friends to have a casual evening out.”

Michael Politz My Central Jersey

“This restaurant defined a lot of my college experience.  On a nice day I would love to sit outside and have a tasty stromboli.”

Roger Grillo Director of Administration and Finance, Rutgers Food Science Department