Find out what Contemporary restaurants to try in Sea Girt. Sea Girt is a borough in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 1,828, reflecting a decline of 320 (-14.9%) from the 2,148 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 49 (+2.3%) from the 2,099 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 300 reviews
THE POACHED PEAR BISTRO Located at 816 Arnold Ave in the beautiful shore community of Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey The Poached Pear Bistro is a stylish, yet family friendly, BYO contemporary American restaurant featuring excellent food and reasonable
After a several year absence, my wife and I recently dined at the Poached Pear to celebrate our wedding anniversary. We were a little surprised / disappointed to find that the menu has changed very little since our last visit. But, we were pleasantly surprised to find the food to be as good as we remembered it to be. We did have a small issue with one of the plates that we ordered. My wife detests the taste of truffles. She wanted the halibut entree and asked the waitress if the chef could substitute something else for the truffle whipped mashed potatoes. The waitress readily obliged. But, when the entree arrived, it was seasoned with truffle salt. The waitress quickly removed the dish and replaced the entree. Thankfully, this was not something that my wife was allergic to. Mistakes happen and an indication of great service is when mistakes are correctly quickly and without question. We look forward to returning in the future.
4 based on 880 reviews
Beachside restaurant with outdoor and indoor seating, serving breakfast, lunch and a more upscale yet casual, gourmet dinner experience.
Went here for the first time and was pleasantly surprised to find a restaurant on the Avon Boardwalk that serves a great seafood dinner! Most boardwalk restaurants offer typical boardwalk fast food, this is not one of the those places!First of all it is located inside the Avon Beach Pavilion on the boardwalk with absolutely great ocean and beach views!Second of all, the food is fantastic without being pretentious! We shared their sangria marinated watermelon salad which was refreshing and savoury!For my main course I had the flounder sole franchise with linguine, delicious!The staff is professional, friendly and attentive.Lastly, as mentioned earlier, the ambiance of the surf and beach adds tremendously to the experience!Only a couple minor dings. First it is a BYOB establishment and they do not advertise that on their website, but easily rectified by a quick drive to Bradley Beach for wine or beer. Secondly, they do not accept reservations. It is a first come a first come, first on the list for the restaurant: which is a testament to their service and food! Lastly, they are only a seasonal establishment opening on Motherâs Day and closing the week after Labour Day.Great experience and hope to return this weekend.Thumbs up!
4 based on 107 reviews
While visiting Spring Lake on Wednesday, April 10, Larimar was recommended to us. We were truly thrilled by, not only the ambience and decor of the restaurant, but also but by the superior rare professionalism and service of the owner, John, and his assistant. The hors dâoeuvres, entrees and desserts were beautifully presented and delicious! My favorite was the Passion Fruit CrÃªme BrÃ»lÃ©e. Our sincere thanks to all.
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