Jenkinson's Pavillion Restaurant

★★★☆☆
  • 300 Boardwalk

    Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742

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  • 732-899-0569

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Jenkinson's restaurant is obviously not high quality food since it is a boardwalk. But the fish tastes good and I usually eat the fried clams which taste the best there.

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Jenkinson's restaurant is obviously not high quality food since it is a boardwalk. But the fish tastes good and I usually eat the fried clams which taste the best there.

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For my birthday celebration, ten friends planned our day around going to Jenks night club for drinks, the cover band, and dancing. We got there 40 minutes before the band supposed to play but were told by Kristina, the manager (curly hair, glasses, considerably overweight, at greeting desk) that our party wouldn't be seated unless every person ordered food - not just appetizers, but a minimum of $7 of food per person. Seemed unnecessary since we politely explained we just ate and were going to order hundred of dollars in drinks anyway, but nevertheless we agreed. Even though the place was mostly empty, she was oddly hesitant and it seemed she didn't want us there despite the fact we going to spend a lot of money there.
- - - - Anyway, everything was fine for 10 minutes until we placed drink orders. Our group was mostly ages 30-35 with two 20-something women. Everyone was fine with their driver's licenses, except for one women who just moved from Australia. She was carrying a Resident Alien ID card issued by the Homeland Security division of the Federal goverment, the same card required to enter and leave the country. Despite the government ID (which had holograms and official seals galore) and no offense to her - her obvious age appearance, because she didn't have a driver's ID, the same manager intervened. When we explained we (she) had been served with the same ID at other bars on the boardwalk, she suggested perhaps we would be happier elsewhere. Of course, we all dropped our menus and did just that. - - - - I'm not sure why we were treated the way we did. We didn't raise a fuss until the end, when it was clear we were being mistreated. She didn't want us to talk to the owner who apparently was there that night. One person in the group talked to a police officer though to no avail. We were a ethnically diverse group, but I hope that had nothing to do with it. In any case I highly recommend going to Tiki Bar a couple doors down instead.

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For my birthday celebration, ten friends planned our day around going to Jenks night club for drinks, the cover band, and dancing. We got there 40 minutes before the band supposed to play but were told by Kristina, the manager (curly hair, glasses, considerably overweight, at greeting desk) that our party wouldn't be seated unless every person ordered food - not just appetizers, but a minimum of $7 of food per person. Seemed unnecessary since we politely explained we just ate and were going to order hundred of dollars in drinks anyway, but nevertheless we agreed. Even though the place was mostly empty, she was oddly hesitant and it seemed she didn't want us there despite the fact we going to spend a lot of money there.
- - - - Anyway, everything was fine for 10 minutes until we placed drink orders. Our group was mostly ages 30-35 with two 20-something women. Everyone was fine with their driver's licenses, except for one women who just moved from Australia. She was carrying a Resident Alien ID card issued by the Homeland Security division of the Federal goverment, the same card required to enter and leave the country. Despite the government ID (which had holograms and official seals galore) and no offense to her - her obvious age appearance, because she didn't have a driver's ID, the same manager intervened. When we explained we (she) had been served with the same ID at other bars on the boardwalk, she suggested perhaps we would be happier elsewhere. Of course, we all dropped our menus and did just that. - - - - I'm not sure why we were treated the way we did. We didn't raise a fuss until the end, when it was clear we were being mistreated. She didn't want us to talk to the owner who apparently was there that night. One person in the group talked to a police officer though to no avail. We were a ethnically diverse group, but I hope that had nothing to do with it. In any case I highly recommend going to Tiki Bar a couple doors down instead.

Pros: Large space

Cons: Rude, just plain mean, staff

 

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