Best Contemporary restaurants nearby. Discover the best Contemporary food in Sea Bright. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Contemporary restaurants near you.. Sea Bright is a borough in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 1,412, reflecting a decline of 406 (-22.3%) from the 1,818 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 125 (+7.4%) from the 1,693 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 232 reviews
Riverside Seafood Restaurant serving Lunch & Dinner. Dock & Dine available. Tile Bar and Happy Hour
Most waterfront restaurants are like restaurants on the top of buildings, they live off their view. Here the view, especially from the outdoor seats, is wonderful, and the crowd is generally lively, especially around the bar. The food is also pretty good. We started offs with the Bing Bang Shrimp, a shameless copy of Bonefish Grillâs staple with a similar name. Two at our table had been the lobster roll. It was nice, but not inspired. I had a blackened Mahi special which was quite good. The fourth had a salad, and I got no reaction. If it matters to you, the fries are of the thick variety, not a favorite of mine. Drinks, beer selection and service were all good.
4 based on 33 reviews
not much taste with the beef empanada and the arroz con pollo was just ok-people down the shore don't know what a good empanada is-go to any lunch truck in Newark-jersey city-Hoboken and taste a really great empanada-very pricey at $3.50-$4.50 a piece.not very big and could eat 4 or 5 .up north you will get the same but much better empanada for $2.00-the food difference between north jersey and south jersey is amazing but I don't feel south jersey has ever tried north jersey food-blows south jersey away!!-I moved to south jersey 18 years ago from north jersey and miss all the food from north-pizza the most.luckily I still work in north jersey and can bring all the good food home after work-very slow.waited 35 minutes to get food.
4 based on 23 reviews
Tramaâs at One Willow is a fish, seafood, and raw bar restaurant serving the highest quality ingredients. Chef Trama, who also owns Trama's Trattoria in Long Branch, is one of Monmouth County's most celebrated chefs. During the warm weather season Trama's
The deck and outside bar were beautiful. Every staff member was friendly and welcoming. The outside band this night was a little into themselves and appeared amateur kind of ruined the vibe. Very busy reservations suggested. Nice outdoor seating area to relax if you are lucky enough to find one. The server had help two assistants I believe and was a little off. Wife had the salmon and truffle potatoes and loved it. I had the Lobster Roll and wasnât to keen on it. Was mushy and fishy. Would like to try it again but the menu is limited in my opinion.
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