Popular Restaurants in Jersey Shore
Asbury's oldest business, world's best pork-roll sandwiches
From breakfast to dessert and everything in between, the Broadway Diner in Red Bank is a favorite for the bar crowd craving good late-night/early morning eats. The retro flair that the diner offers beckons to those who crave comfort food in a fun and always lively environment. Known for its buttermilk pancakes, the 24-hour diner also presents daily specials, as well as an inventive "feature of the month."
If you're headed to the beach this summer and you don't feel like packing your lunch, Curtis' Central Market has got you covered. The delicatessen, which has been in town since 1910, delivers to the boardwalks at the top of the local beach, said Adam Curtis, who runs the business with his father, Bill. The market, a mere two blocks from the beach, specializes in breakfast and lunch, though it also doubles as a liquor store.
This "America's Classics" winner is as much of a landmark as Ol' Barney
A bargain breakfast or lunch in downtown Farmingdale
A tempting selection of American favorites and café fare is offered at this cozy eatery.
Meet Steve and his legendary muffins
Shore-born enchantress cut teeth feeding the big dogs
This lovely cafe in downtown Red Bank serves breakfast, lunch and dinner that’ll have your mouth watering in no time. For breakfast, you can’t go wrong with eggs benedict or blueberry buttermilk pancakes. For lunch, try the Hawaiian fruit salad with pineapple vinaigrette and a scoop of cottage cheese. Dinner is served only on Friday and Saturday, and its exclusivity makes for special dining experience. For starters, try deep-fried brie, followed by shrimp pisano made with lemon, beer, garlic...