RED BANK, NJ – They come from local and far away towns because they know Red Bank has a dynamic arts and theater scene, an eclectic array of interesting shops and one of the most beautiful rivers in New Jersey.
But they come for the restaurants.
And the media has taken note.
Teak’s rooftop has a nice string of outside lights and provides an excellent view of the Count Basie Theater and building tops of Red Bank’s commercial and residential buildings. Sunset is pretty cool too. Their downstairs bar is happening and the sushi is always fresh and excellent.
Red Rock is in a league of its own. I use to go here wayyyyy back when it was the Marine Bar – basically a railroad car-like building with a pool table and a straight bar in the back. Essentially what the downstairs bar looks like now with the original wood planks on the walls.
Every time I stop in for a pop, I’m always amazed by what they’ve done in the space they have – the addition of two outside bars, one lower and two elevated that overlook Marine Park and the Navesink River. Food’s great and the young staff is works hard. Make sure you say “Hi” to Patty Rasoilo, the hardest working GM in the restaurant business.
Some other noteworthy articles:
NJ Monthly Magazine listed Good Karma Cafe on their July 2019 "25 Places to Eat Vegan” article.
Click on edible JERSEY magazine to review their featured story on a road trip they took to Red Bank.
The best part of the restaurant scene is that there’s something for everybody’s taste and pocketbook.
Want to be surprised by the number of restaurants and eateries that Red Bank has to offer? Click HERE for the 2019 Dining Guide.
So, get your gang together and come to Red Bank for all it offers – starting with a scrumptious meal!
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