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nonblonde007

Visiting Red Bank Area

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Hi all. I will be spending a few months in the Red Bank area, please tell me all the "don't miss" places I should go! I am 3 blocks from the downtown area of Red Bank and the roads totally confuse me! *hint* I get lost easily. :) I miss Vietnamese, sushi, a Real butcher, anything that can't be got in rural Arkansas. ;) Fresh seafood..... drool. Thanks guys.


Brenda

I whistfully mentioned how I missed sushi. Truly horrified, she told me "you city folk eat the strangest things!", and offered me a freshly fried chitterling!

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Will you have a car?

Vietnamese: Pho Le - http://www.pholeusa.com/

Butcher: Monmouth Meats - http://www.monmouthmeats.com/

Sushi: a few miles south on Shrewsbury Ave is Kanj - http://kanjisteakhouse.com/

Thai: Park next to Siam Garden in the Galleria; Get a round trip train to Woodbridge and dine at Mie Thai next to the Woodbridge train station - http://www.miethai.com/

Mexican at Senor Pepper's (With tables) - http://www.exit109.com/~mstevens/Takeout/sr_peppers.pdf

or North of the Border (no tables) - http://www.exit109.com/~mstevens/Takeout/fronteradelnorte.pdf

Seafood: Ray's in little Silver a few miles east

Be sure to check the schedule at the Count Basie Theater - http://www.countbasietheatre.org/


=Mark

Give a man a fish, he eats for a Day.

Teach a man to fish, he eats for Life.

Teach a man to sell fish, he eats Steak

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While visiting friends recently we made reservations for Nicholas (route 35) and totally enjoyed the

Caramelized Onion Soup, loved the Black Truffle, Honeycomb, and Bergamot Buttermilk Sea Scallops. Tasted the

Black Sea Bass with Clams,Potatoes in a Chowder Sauce and was eager to see what the spring menu will offer.

Shared the Tres Leches Cake,( Caramel Popcorn and Banana Ice Cream) but thought there was just too much going on to enoy.


"When women are depressed, they either eat or go shopping. Men invade another country. It's a whole different way of thinking."

- Elaine Boosler

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You're in New Jersey, so eat Jersey foods!

Go to the local diner (Red bank has a good one downtown last time I checked) and get a breakfast of Taylor ham (actually pork roll) with egg and cheese on a kaiser roll.

For lunch go to any place that makes hot dogs, even a push cart, tho you'd be wise to seek out an "Italian" dog: all-beef frank deep fried with onions, peppers and potatoes served on pizza bread.

And speaking of pizza...too many good places to mention all over. But in 35 minutes you could be in Elizabeth for Santillo's (take out only) or Spirito's.

And just over the Raritan River bridge in Edison is Harold's, get the large pastrami sandwich and you'll have enough leftovers to feed the entire state of Arkansas.


Bob Libkind aka "rlibkind"

Robert's Market Report

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Thank you guys so much! I haven't had internet until now, so making my list based on all the recomendations above.


Brenda

I whistfully mentioned how I missed sushi. Truly horrified, she told me "you city folk eat the strangest things!", and offered me a freshly fried chitterling!

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