Best American restaurants nearby. Discover the best American food in Brigantine. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for American restaurants near you.. Brigantine is an island city in Atlantic County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city's population was 9,450, reflecting a decline of 3,144 (-25.0%) from the 12,594 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 1,240 (+10.9%) from the 11,354 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 27 reviews
Wow what a great breakfast. Weâve been coming to Brigantine for years and while there are still some good breakfast places on the island restaurants have been disappearing so very happy to try Brigantine Bistro this past week. Breakfast was great. I had the Chorizo omelet which was large and packed with Chorizo and very tasty. My wife had the Buratta, egg and Avocado Toast breakfast with tomato which she loved but would have liked avocado on both pieces of toast as opposed to just one. None the less she enjoyed her meal, The coffee was good and the staff helpful. Looking forward to being a regular next season. Oh they also have outside tables but one table is in full sun and it can get hot. We ate inside and it was well decorated and cool. Very happy this place opened up on Brigantine. They do have dinner and lunch but have not had a chance to try that yet. Looks like they have a good selection of Mexican foods for dinner.
4 based on 125 reviews
The Cellar 32 is Brigantine's premier source for quality spirits, food, wine and beer. Visit us today for an unforgettable experience.
My husband reserved upstairs for 35 people for my birthday. 8 days before the party, he got a call that they could not do the party! Supposedly, another party booked 7 months prior. We were booked 4 months prior. Are you saying that no one noticed that for 4 months? Or, did a friend of the owner want the venue, maybe a larger party? The manager, Joe, said he would make some calls, and he did. We went to The Cove and it worked out beautifully! Great food, great staff, great service! We are locals and The Cellar was our âgo toâ , but no more.Michele, we are so sorry that this mix-up happened. It was an honest mistake, and we hope that you will be able to forgive us. This doesn't typically happen, so we hope you can give us another chance to make this right. Cheers, Your friends at The Cellar
4 based on 538 reviews
As frequent visitors to Atlantic City, we were delighted to find this hidden gem. We will never eat breakfast or brunch anywhere else again. The coffee is excellent, the omelets amazing, the pancakes the best since my grandmother's (and that is really saying something!) and the service friendly and efficient. Love dining outside overlooking the waters of Gardner's Basin, and the rustic nature provides the perfect contrast to cold casino blandness. Way to go Gilchrist! Keep up the EXCELLENT work!
4 based on 381 reviews
Atlantic Cityâs newest dining experience, Vic & Anthony's Steakhouse, introduces a legend to the people of New Jersey. With the right recipe for both comfort and class, Vic & Anthony's features a blend of distinguished cuisine and a one-of-a-kind atmosphe
We went to Vic & Anthonys for dinner with friends, to celebrate a birthday. The food was amazing and the portions were more than adequate.Our waiter Chris was amazing. He was very efficient and friendly. He was very helpful with food and drink choices. Everything was perfect. Will be returning to dine again in the near future.Thank you so much for your golden review. We appreciate your feedback and look forward to seeing you again soon. -GN
4 based on 655 reviews
Southern inspired cuisine with a touch of Soul. If your looking for a home cooked meal look no further Kelsey & Kim's is the place.
As soon as we got to Atlantic City, we asked about restaurants. The first thing anyone said was, "Kelsey and Kim's." The first time there, Farris was our waiter. Great service, and he made sure we had everything we needed. The fried catfish was perfect, and the collard greens were great. We went back, and had Brandon as our waiter. Again, stellar service. The brisket was tender and flavorful, and the fried chicken was the best I've ever had. Breakfast our last day, and we were lucky enough to have Brandon again. He remembered we use hot sauce, didn't have to ask, and kept the coffee mugs full while we were there. The grits were awesome, and the chicken and waffles was enough to feed a family! Great place. Great atmosphere. Stellar service. Recommend it highly.
4 based on 183 reviews
I last reviewed the Crab Shack on TripAdvisor in 2011. Tripadvisor has suggested I review it again. The Crab Shack remains our favorite Brigantine restaurant and our favorite for take out seafood. 2 years ago, the one other seafood specialty restaurant in Brigantine closed. We have tried crab cakes at many other restaurants all over the world and the Crab Shack remains our unsurpassed gold standard. They are mostly crab with very little filler and are available broiled or fried. I recommend them broiled. The stuffed flounder and stuffed shrimp are stuffed with their crab cake mixture. My husband's favorite this year was their lobster bake which comes with a whole lobster, u-peel shrimp, steamed clams and 2 sides. It is an excellent value. The Crab Shack has added a few more seats in their small restaurant which now seats 20 people comfortably. They have also replaced their formerly sometimes less than effective air conditioning. They do not take reservations; however, they now have beepers so if you have to wait, you can sit outside under some trees and do so comfortably. The Crab Shack is still BYOB for adult beverages, so if you've brought some, you could sip one of those while you wait. The Crab Shack has also upgraded and increased its outdoor seating, so you can order take out and have it outside; however, there is no table service outside. If you need to purchase beer or wine, there is a package store a block away. There is ample parking in the Crab Shack's lot. We used to walk a block to Rita's for water ice or ice cream for dessert; however, that has closed. We haven't tried it yet, but a small supermarket across the street has added an ice cream parlor. You don't need to dress up for the Crab Shack, but bring your appetite.
4 based on 341 reviews
Brigantine's Hidden Treasure on the North End serving breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week.
When the hostess seated us, most of the tables are very close. Basically, the seating arrangement are too close. We felt like sardines. The dinners have small portions and the prices on the menu are expensive. This restaurant only has 1 men's bathroom (my husband told me that there is no urinal) and 1 ladies bathroom which are very small.They need to expand their building. Again it needs renervations.Thanks for your feedback, Nancy. We're sorry to hear that you and your husband felt uncomfortable during your visit. We want every guest to have an enjoyable dining experience at Pirates Den, and we welcome feedback like yours to improve continuously. We wish you give us another try and maybe give dining by the patio a chance. We hope to see you again soon.
4 based on 169 reviews
An impromptu stop for lunch for our first time to Yianniâs Cafe was a pleasant experience, I enjoyed my gyro and my husband liked his yogurt parfait. Menu is standard American, with few selections of Greek items. Price is average. Service was pleasant and prompt. What is appealing is the breezy comfortable shady outdoor eating area at the front of the restaurant under extended awning. Families with children, including the two dogs, who were with their families make this a casual dining place. The dogs were well-behaved enjoying the outdoor ambience. Would highly recommend this eatery.
4 based on 73 reviews
For upscale dining in an intimate setting, guests can make a reservation at Council Oak Fish, originally made famous at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casinos in Florida. This is Council Oak's first fish-focused restaurant, bringing guests the Northeast's
Terrific evening. Wine and bev list packed; whole Branzino boned and herb stuffed, huge yet very tasty asparagus (out of peas w mushrooms so they covered veg). Staff was knowledgeable and friendly. No real weak link here.Ok, in Hard Rock but in front near boards. (We had a booth away from glass for rest view.) But Had Rock paraphasia was worth the walk through.Dear rddevita: Thank you for taking the time to share your positive experience from your recent visit to Council Oak Fish inside Hard Rock Atlantic City. We're delighted to read that you had a terrific time with us! Please know we value all the feedback we receive, and your review has been shared with our Food & Beverage management team so they are aware of your happy experience. We hope to welcome you back soon!
4 based on 518 reviews
Chart House is a fine dining restaurant serving seafood & steak and famous for their spectacular views. For more than 50 years, Chart House has redefined the ideal dining experience. With 27 waterfront and showcase locations ranging from the historic to t
Dinner for 4 on a Tuesday night was great. We had a reservation for 7pm, arrived about 530p, figured we would have a drink at the bar for a while before sitting for dinner but the bar was jammed, no seats available so we went to front desk and they graciously arranged a beautiful water view table for us. When we said we weren't in a hurry and wanted to just enjoy our drinks for a while before ordering dinner, our server (Brianna) was very accommodating and made a great suggestion for ordering an appetizer platter which we could nibble while we sipped our drinks. We got a delightful, tasty bruschetta combo with numerous tidbits and quantity sufficient for the 4 of us, a real treat. Our dinners (3 steaks and a salmon) were great, quite pricey, but well prepared and very tasty. Terrific experience overall.Thank you so much for your golden review. We really appreciate your feedback and we hope to see you again soon. -GN
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