Moe's Southwest Grill

75 River Rd Ste 105, Edgewater, NJ 07020 Order now

Welcome to the best southwestern food youve ever put in your face.

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Moe's Southwest Grill Reviews on Grubhub

Jenelle

Top Reviewer
Food was perfect temperature. It did take a little while but the time they predicted was correct so I can't complain when I knew the time frame before hand. Not sure why the negative reviews. We had everything we asked for.

Hong

2 reviews
Food was excellent as it always is. Delivery is a little long (and I still can't imagine what takes them so long when they're only located 5 minutes away, BUT WORTH IT.)

William

Top Reviewer
No problem with the food. The driver was friendly even though he had to come out twice because of an error on my part in my contact info.

Kathleen

3 reviews
Delivery was earlier than expected/estimated which was great. Food was delicious and hot. Overall great experience!

Emily

4 reviews
I consider you guys family at this point. moes is everything and the crew who works there is a dream

Reviews from Seamless.com

Moe's Southwest Grill Reviews on Seamless

Hong

Top Reviewer
The food is delicious from here and highly customizable! The only downside is that they take an hour or more to deliver your food, which can be frustrating if you're really hungry.

The two times I've ordered from this place, the food was delicious. I ordered the Wrong Dough Stacks on both occasions - really good! I think I've seriously found a new place to order from when I have my Mexican food cravings!

Dino

2 reviews
Order arrived quickly and accurate. Delivery person was very friendly

Marie

3 reviews
Food was good but a bit cold. Deliver came about 40 min late

About us

Classic, Dinner, Kids Menu, Lunch, Mexican, Southwestern, Tex-Mex
Today
Delivery: 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Takeout: 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM

This is the story of Moe, a man who woke up one morning with a song stuck in his head. A classic tune about feeling good, sharing the love and doing things your own way. His "things" happened to be food ‚ awesome southwestern fare, with a special appreciation for the form and function of a tortilla ‚ as well as the unique ability to view the world on his own terms‚ through "Moes-colored glasses", if you will. He experimented with fresh ingredients and created appropriate, if somewhat quirky, names for each of his creations based on things that he loved (or that made him laugh). He opened a restaurant, and made it known loud and clear across the land that, no matter how many times a day he had to say it, everyone who came through the door would feel welcome. And his vision spread across America.