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Whether you are already a “regular” or if there are some places you have been wanting to try, we hope you will enjoy learning more about our local Kenilworth eateries. We encourage you to dine locally and help support these wonderful businesses. Happy Eating K-Town!

Riberto’s Italian Seafood Bistro and Steakhouse

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24 N. 20th Street; Kenilworth

(908) 272-2180

Current Hours: Monday – Friday: 11:30am – 7:45pm; Saturday – Sunday: 2:00pm – 8:00pm

Order Options: Takeout and Delivery (Restaurant, Door Dash, Grub Hub (pick up only), and Uber Eats))

Riberto’s Italian Seafood Bistro & Steakhouse has been a part of the Kenilworth community for six years serving Italian cuisine for customers to enjoy. At the restaurant, located at 24 N. 20th Street, “the chefs meticulously prepare both traditional and modern dishes originating from Italy.” The menu has a variety of dishes for lunch and dinner including soups, salads, fresh mozzarella, and appetizers. Guests can also enjoy traditional pasta, chicken, veal, steak, and seafood selections such as lasagna roll ups, drunken clams, and customer favorites including fresh crabcakes, stuffed shrimp, chicken parmigiana sandwiches (Riberto’s special) and Hotsy Totsy Shrimp (lightly battered shrimp in a spicy marinara sauce). Their signature dish is the Penne Pissed Off which is sautéed with long hot peppers, kalamata olives, and capers in the garlic marinara sauce. During the pandemic, customers can order via curbside pickup or delivery direct from the restaurant. “We are trying to survive in this crazy pandemic situation, but with the help of loyal and good customers, I think we will get past this together and looking for a new fresh start,” said owner Kenny Shaw.