Find out what American restaurants to try in West Long Branch. West Long Branch is a borough in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 8,097, reflecting a decline of 161 (-1.9%) from the 8,258 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 568 (+7.4%) from the 7,690 counted in the 1990 Census. It is the home of Monmouth University.
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4 based on 624 reviews
Seated outside on a beautiful night. View is spectacular. Thatâs where it ends. Table was dirty as were the menus. No set ups. Had to ask. Drinks from the bar were pretty good. Server was so ridiculous it was almost funny. We started with chips and guacamole and a watermelon salad. Guac was bland and tasteless, watermelon salad was ok. Not tossed in dressing. We didnât order entrees at that point. Got coffee. It was so bitter it was not drinkable. Told server about coffee and he told me that he didn't make it he just serves it and âthis isnât Dunkinâ Donutsâ Seriously no apology nothing. I could go on but why bother. There are better dining options around. Avenue is immaculate and the service and food much better.
4 based on 116 reviews
The bacon is to die for!! As well as the breakfast bowls and service! So many detailed touches, like the strawberry butter served with the homemade biscuits. In the summer they make the best watermelon juice combo!
4 based on 107 reviews
We are a family owned/operated full service family restaurant serving lunch, dinner & cocktails. We pride ourselves on food quality & service
Heeding recommendations of friends, we tried this local spot for lunch. Large bar surrounded by tables. The lunch menu was interesting. Meals off the lunch menu included a cup of soup, coffee and a scoop of frozen yogurt. Portions were way above normal size! Tried the pulled pork sandwich with Manhattan clam chowder. Above average. Nice selection of beers on tap. Prices were reasonable. Our group of seven posed no problems to our server who was personable and helpful.
4 based on 561 reviews
Wanted some seafood for my birthday lunch with family. Ordered raw clams, flavored oysters, octopus salad, peel and eat shrimp, stuffed shrimp and a landlubber sandwich of chicken parm. All the food was outstanding. It has been a while since we visited Rooney;s and it was an unexpected surprise.Sunday was a beautiful day and we sat at an open window enjoying the atmosphere. Everything, service, ambiance, value, etc. worked out so well. Will be sure to visit sooner rather than later.
4 based on 224 reviews
Restaurant in a small strip mall. A go to place if you want breakfast with a twist. The breakfast menu has more choices than any two such places combined. Mornings are hectic. Plenty of parking
4 based on 118 reviews
We ate in the bar area...there is also a separate dining room in a banquet next to the large bar area...tried a couple of different items and service was good, wait for food was not long and it was okay...nothing to write home about, just about what you'd expect at a sports bar.Don't think you'd be dissappointed if you're looking for a casual meal, but don't expect you'll be raving to your friends about how they have to go there.I'd go back again, but would also rather try someplace new if I was in the area.
4 based on 280 reviews
Met a friend for a late breakfast/early lunch. We were seated promptly, despite the very crowded restaurant. Service was immediate and friendly and attentive. Once we placed our order, our meals arrived in no time. Heaping plates - Greek salad and chicken gyro. Quite generous portions and everything looked amazing. The chicken gyro was delicious and served with a side salad and fried zucchini sticks. Menu is quite extensive - so many wonderful things to try. Fast, friendly and tasty...what more could you ask for in a diner!?
4 based on 354 reviews
This is where we ate breakfast every day. It appears to be THE place as it was crowded and always a wait. There is both outside and inside seating available. The service was very friend and the food good. Really enjoyed the eggs benedict and omelettes. They serve coffee in a French press, which was cool. Tried the Kona but the star was the Costa Rican Coffee. Besides breakfast food, the do have sandwiches for lunch but I don't believe they serve dinner. It's a nice casual shore type breakfast. Thank you for taking the time to provide us with a review of your experience. I am pleased to hear that our team made your experience pleasant and we look forward to seeing you again soon!
5 based on 73 reviews
It was a wise person who once commented that good taste never goes out of style and so it is with that in mind this restaurant was born. A comfortable intimate place above a neighborhood bar in West End, Long Branch N.J., hopefully we have succeeded in
We were celebrating my best friend's Birthday. We hadn't booked there a table in advance and when we went there they were fully booked. We left out phone number and didn't even hope that they would call us. It was a pleasure for us to receive a cal from their manager that they already had a table available. Very good service, nice cozy atmosphere, they even congratulated my friend with a small cake and a candle.
3 based on 15 reviews
We are brewers of traditional ales and lagers. We compose simple menus around the season. We present ourselves authentically.
My wife and I have now eaten here several times. The room is certainly stylish, and the menu eclectic, but the food needs some work. We tarted with an IPA, and it was not to my taste. Not hoppy enough. We also started with a mezzo plate with hummus, smoked eggplant dip, pickled vegetables, olives and flatbread. The components were fine, but the presentation was stylish but very awkward to eat. The olives and pickled vegetables were piled on top of the two dips so that you had to push them out of the way to get at the dips. Pushing them off of the hummus pushed them onto the eggplant dip and vice verse. Very awkward. I had the tempura vegetables. The coating on the vegetables was thin and not adhered to the vegetables so it fell off when you went to eat the. The Yakatori (?) sauce accompanying them was very thin and did not have much flavor. My wife had the mussels and frites and declared them âfineâ. Nuff said, she loves mussels.
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