Popular Bars & Clubs in Jersey Shore
The Irish Rail is the perfect spot for an NJ Transit commuter after a long day being perfectly located within the Manasquan train station. This smaller pub serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and a happy hour every day, offering excellent Irish specialties and an assortment of lighter fare bar food and sandwiches all served by a friendly staff. A full bar and several flat screen HD televisions make it a great spot to stop and catch the game and get a good bite to eat in a casual atmosphere.This...
This trendy hotspot is well known to party-goers in New Jersey. Club Abyss features two floors of dance and hip-hop music spun by the hottest DJs from around the world. Ladies, wear your heels Saturday nights -- admission is free for women in heels until 11 p.m. Abyss holds 18-to-party, 21-to-drink Friday night parties for both men and women and during the summer, as well as teen nights every Sunday for ages 13 through 18 only.
Known for its provocative parties, Deko Lounge raises the standard of New Jersey nightlife with arguably the sexiest club atmosphere outside of the city. This two-level lounge spins techno and trance on the first floor and hip-hop and R&B on the bottom floor, from such world-renowned DJs and producers as Funkmaster Flex, Victor Calderone, DJ AM and Roger Sanchez. Offering chic indoor seating and modern decor, Deko Lounge also features a fully equipped outdoor heated patio and bar.
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A laid back bar and restaurant in Seaside Heights
This night spot is attached to one of Seaside Heights' most popular restaurants
Raise a glass and say "Slàinte!" at Red Bank's Dublin House. The Dub is a warm and bustling Irish pub known for its Guinness on tap and a menu rife with tasty Irish/American fare. Take advantage of happy hour from 4 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday for a dollar off beer and mixed drinks. Whether you want to come in early to watch Irish soccer on the telly, or just relax with a few chums over a few pints, this is the place to be.
Jamian's, formerly Echo, has a scene all its own.