Restaurants in New Jersey
By the same owners as Le Club, this French restaurant prepares plates such as steamed mussels, steak frites, and braised lamb shank, served beachfront on leather banquettes or on the breezy rooftop lounge.
A take-out fish-and-chips shop that offers super-fresh fried scallops on a sun-splashed patio. How fresh?The restaurant owns three "scallopers" docked just steps from the shop.
Save on eating seafood by eating at the low-key Red’s Lobster Pot on the dock, about 15 minutes from Seaside Heights in Point Pleasant. Get there in time to watch the sunset.
Head to this classic diner for Black Angus burgers survey up under neon lights.
The Ebbitt Room at the Virginia Hotel has a cheeky style (Louis XIV chairs in bright-white crocodile leather) invites the question, Does Cape May need foie gras?Probably not, but enjoy the pistachio-dusted scallops and impressive cheese plate nonetheless.
An Atlantic City institution that soldiers on in the shadow of the glitzy casinos. The Sub Shop is fiercely independent, with oddball rules - if you want a beverage to go with your meal, the cashier will reluctantly make change of a dollar bill so you can use the soda machine.
Having dazzled New Yorkers with his unexpectedly refined cooking at Buddakan, chef Michael Schulson now masterminds the Pan-Asian small-plates menu at this loungy casino restaurant.
This venue is closed.
This Seaside Heights restaurant is the place for Italian by the shore—share the Mozzarella Tower with roasted peppers and dive into chicken Parm or pasta.