Whenever we would get italian pastries in howell, we would go to this place. mostly because they were the only one, but they were also pretty decent. Not nearly as good as some of the places in Elizabeth, but definitely not bad.
this place has pretty good beer. however, it is quite pricey. not many taps but the quality on is always great. the crowd there is so-so. I would opt going to blind tiger probably over this place.
this place is glorious. the barleywine that they make is one of the best brew pub beers i've ever gotten hands down. the atmosphere there is pretty chilled out as well. it has almost a british feel to it. Don't miss out on this spot if you are in the woodbridge area.
a cornerstone of Farmingdale. It really isn't anything to write home about. It's really big and if I remember right has an outdoor part where you can eat. The food is decent enough American fare. Decent place.
when my family lived in farmingdale we would usually go to tony's. their pizza was pretty good. it wasn't phenominal, but it hit the spot. the guys who run the place are pretty chill too. all local types.
i think my mom read about this place in nj monthly or something. its in a real in the middle of no where random setting. and it is small and quaint and the two times i've been there, i was the only one there. the food is pretty good and authentic. they have fried ice cream made with corn flakes and honey. its pretty good.
this place is so good. it is a tiny house setting that only seats maybe 10-14 people inside. the kitchen is right there, very homey atmosphere. the food is exceptional. it can be mild or so spicy, especially their jumbalaya. the whole cloves of garlic you put on bread is so good as well. this is without a doubt one of the best places to eat on the jersey shore.
crazy selection of tequila, like a whole wall of the stuff. their beer selection is also pretty good, when i was there they had the founder's breakfast stout on tap which exceed any possible expectation. food was also good, really big plate of nachos. can't really go wrong. i guess the atmosophere was kind of yuppish.
this place is a mecca for beer drinkers around the world. come on now, who else gets their beer made in flanders, belgium sent to america. their bottle selection goes on for days and there is always quality on tap. it's not nearly as pricey as i first thought it would be either. the food is amazing as well. some of the best mussels ive ever had.
The sushi here is unlike any I've seen anywhere. It's all crazy rolls like one with crayfish, and other randomness, they even have a wasabi flavoured beer to go with with the stuff. One of rochester's few saving graces