Best Pub restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pub food in Belmar. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pub restaurants near you.. Belmar is a borough in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 5,794, reflecting a decline of 251 (-4.2%) from the 6,045 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 168 (+2.9%) from the 5,877 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 46 reviews
We have lived in the area for many years, but didn't give D'Arcy's a go until last year. We had heard good things from friends, so we were hopeful when we first tried it. Thankfully, we were not disappointed and after many visits since then, D'Arcy's has not disappointed us. D'Arcy's has some of the best pub food in the area. The dishes are so much better than those from a typical pub. The Wild Scottish Salmon is always delicious, Juan's chicken and the Baja Fish sandwich are excellent choices as well, and the Goonerholic Burger is AMAZING!!! The downstairs area has a typical pub feel, but the upstairs area, which is small but has its own bar, has been nicely renovated and the atmosphere is very beachy. The outside deck is also a perfect spot to eat on a nice day. All of the staff at D'Arcy's are great... our only complaint is that the entrees are often brought out a few minutes after receiving the appetizers. Not a big deal, they just need to time it better in the kitchen. All in all, we are big fans are D'Arcy's and are always happy to return!
4 based on 15 reviews
Went for NFL Sunday, the only thing better than your pick winning is having a truly awesome and memorable meal. I am a bit stingy on reviews but The Boathouse cooked up one of the best steamed mussel offerings possible. Not big but tender and tasty- the broth was fantastic. This was due to some vinegar pickled onions. But what took it over the top was the small slices of proscuite ham. WOW!
4 based on 33 reviews
1st time going to Simko's since it relocated to Neptune. We were pleasantly surprised. The place is very clean, new and delightfully decorated for Easter. So many personal touches. The choices and menus were extensive. They had early bird, regular menu and Jersey Shore Restaurant Week, as well as nightly specials. We opted for the Restaurant week menu. The bang=bang shrimp appetizer was very tasty, although the sauce was very hot, but got it on the side. The Seafood Fra Diablo was excellent and not too hot. It was a nice portion. The filet mignon oscar did not disappoint, with asparagus, crabmeat and hollandaise sauce over mashed potatoes. Dessert was included and the NY style cheesecake was nice & moist. Enjoyed the meal and the early birds looked equally appetizing, so will definitely be back. Service was very good.
4 based on 29 reviews
Our group ordered one 12 oz and one 20 oz steak, they both came out the same exact size and we were charged different prices. Open face turkey sandwich was just cold cut meat turkey. The Manhattan clam chowder was too salty to eat. No appys and 4 beers later and we had a $125 bill not including tip. Waste of money!
4 based on 326 reviews
Tried this place for the first time on our way home from a trip. We pretty much had the restaurant to ourselves so how could the service be bad right? We ordered an appetizer to split the I got the salmon Mac n cheese and broccoli. My husband got a sliced filet mignon sandwich with Mac n cheese. The appetizer never came. Our dinners came out. My husbands meet was rare he had asked for it medium. The broccoli was pretty much raw. The drink I asked for was not very good. Def did not taste like top shelf vodka. I was disappointed
4 based on 47 reviews
Tried this local restaurant for lunch. The bar and dining areas were evenly divided allowing for privacy and quiet. Our party of seven was seated quickly and approached by our waitress. Nice lunch menu providing options from small plates, sandwiches, pasta and seafood. Our choices were served together and as ordered. Nice selection of beers on tap.
4 based on 384 reviews
Asbury Festhalle & Biergarten brings an authentic biergarten experience to Asbury Park, a tradition that Europeans have enjoyed for centuries - communal tables where friends and strangers mingle in a lively, friendly atmosphere, energized by a regular sch
I struggle with the rating as the food was really great. As a German I can say that it was very authentic. The Wiener Schnitzel was tender with a crispy breading. Potato salad and cucumber salad with mustard dressing tasted like home. The WeiÃwurst was like in Bavaria. Now here is what it spoiled it. The service was one of the worst I ever had. Nobody seated us as we entered. It took an eternity before we were asked for our order. They brought the wrong beer and instead of simply apologizing tried to defend themselves. After we got our food we never ever had the chance to oder another drink or were not offered any dessert. I hate eating on such a hostile atmosphere!
4 based on 163 reviews
If you find yourself in Central Jersey and are looking for a place to truly maximize your Jersey Shore experience, you've got to check out Kelly's Tavern. Multiple beers on draft and in bottles, amazing memorabilia on the walls, and sports all over the place not to mention very salty heavy popcorn, all add to the imbibing pleasure. This is a great place for a date night or a night out with friends. I was there with my best friend and found that there were groups of friends, families, and couples eating out or even on dates, and everything blended together perfectly. Plus there's a nice outside region which also often has little bands playing While the beer is cold and amazing the food is even better. Huge menu with multiple options all of which are excellent. Better yet, prices are reasonably affordable.After an amazing day at 1 of the great beaches in this area, and there are many by the way, what better way to top off the experience than with a trip to Kelly's Tavern. It will be crowded and there will most likely be a wait in the summertime. But that is with very good reason!
4 based on 78 reviews
Anchor Tavern in Belmar, NJ; features wood fired rotisserie chicken, ribs, burgers, sandwiches, specialty cocktails & craft beer. This fresh and lively atmosphere will easily become your go to place.
Easy to sit an enjoy lunch and a tennis match and barman Bob. Loved his chatty nature and watchful eye...no one goes for long without lots of attention.Basic bar food served by happy smiling people where they get your special order right the first time. Will definitely go back....loved their sign...Walkens Welcome...place has a nice sense of humor and well tended lou!
4 based on 261 reviews
Four of us came here for lunch on a Friday. For appyâs we shared the shrimp cocktail and drunken clams. The shrimp were good, but the accompanying red sauce needed help. It needed to be spiced up with horseradish or hot sauce. The clams were very salty.Two of us ordered fish and chips, and two of us got the fish taco lunch special. The fish and chips were delicious - perfectly fried. It was quite a large portion. The accompanying fries were thick and wonderful. The fish tacos were in need of more fish. There were two to an order. Go with the fish and chips.Our server, Kennedy, was very pleasant and helpful.
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