Hazlet is a township in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 20,334, reflecting a decline of 1,044 (-4.9%) from the 21,378 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 598 (-2.7%) from the 21,976 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Hazlet
4.5 based on 209 reviews
We picked this place on a recommendation for the Jambalaya and it did not disappoint. Ingredients are top shelf and flavor profiles interesting and well executed. The portions are HUGE - teenage boys couldn’t finish half of their Jambalaya dishes. The Nashville chicken has 2 boneless breasts and 2 biscuits. The shrimp and grits offers 10 nice sized shrimp with very rich cheese grits.
Pork belly appetizer was my favorite plate.
Service is very attentive but not hovering.
Voodoo shrimp is delicious and large enough it could be a main course for a smaller eater, but very rich.
Make a reservation-it’s not a large place.
We will definitely return!
4.5 based on 113 reviews
Had never been to this restaurant before so
I read the previous reviews and arranged for a six person luncheon.
Service was prompt and the waitress was pleasant. Unfortunately the food was awful! Corned beef sandwich on rye with steak fries was terrible. The fish 'n chips not much better, etc, etc.
Only a couple of tables were occupied which seemed strange for a place rated #1. You would expect them to be busy.
We will not be going back.
4 based on 84 reviews
Had a brief dinner meeting here last night with two other friends. Food was good, service just okay, as were being served by a "trainee server". She was very nice, but needs more training, as it appeared she was recently hired. I had veal parm and salad bar for $19.95.....a bit pricey I thought. The portion was pretty large, and I took home my salad and half of the dinner. My dinner companions had just appetizers, mozzarella sticks and grilled veggies which they said were pretty good. Not much of an atmosphere, but they did have early bird specials which the seniors seemed to be enjoying the bargain prices.....LOL. Plenty of parking is available, and the location is directly on Route 35.
5 based on 7 reviews
Located next to the Hazlet Best Western. Opens early M - F coffee is outstanding and bagels are delicious. They advertise no chlorine water used. They are some of the best we have had in years. Give them a try if nearby.
4 based on 125 reviews
Family Casual Fine Italian Restaurant
Reservation worked out great. Arrived, seated and set in minutes. Although very crowded on a Friday night, the trained staff showed great efficiency...all pleasant and professional (our waiter Kyle was tops). Food was fantastic, served hot and all six diners together. Veal special was terrific. BYOB is very appealing.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
Our party of 8 arrived right on time for our reservation....the restaurant was half filled ...I guess we didn’t need it....we were seated immediately at a round table with 8 chairs but only 6 place settings... probably an honest mistake...menus, complementary bruschetta and warm bread arrived at our table within minutes....from there the service went down hill and we were then totally ignored by our server for about 20 minutes....we actually flagged down another server to tell our server that we were ready to order....the server we flagged down returned about 5 minutes later and took our order....she said our server was busy...I don’t know what she was busy with...by this time the restaurant was empty(our table and two others)...with the order finally in seven of our dinners arrived in a timely fashion...one dinner came out about 10 minutes after the others were served....once the dust settled we all throughly enjoyed our dinners....steaks were done to order....the ladies said the swordfish special was excellent and the parpadelle with shrimp and scallops was awesome....shrimp parmigiana was tasty and my pork chops were outstanding...5 star food with 2 star service....all in all it was a fun evening with good friends...took some pictures of the menu since there’s no website for this restaurant.
4.5 based on 145 reviews
The Keyport Fishery is a historic seafood eatery located in downtown Keyport, NJ. Located across from the Raritan Bay, the Keyport Fishery's building has stood for more than seventy three years.
This restaurant is a take out only one I had the shrimp sandwich The shrimp was very fresh and breaded well The platter included cole slaw, fries, tarter sauce and a lemon
4.5 based on 75 reviews
went for lunch with two good friends for a birthday celebration and had a very relaxing, and enjoyable day. The food was very good, a little limited in choices but easy enough to find just the right lunch for that day. Prizes were moderate, no lunch bargains but the food was delicious, filling and not too expensive to enjoy without breaking the budget
4.5 based on 78 reviews
Forget 'casual dining.' That's an industry term so out of touch with how consumers eat and drink today. For premium quality and style; fare that's at times familiar and other times adventurous and a laid-back modern setting, Houlihan's is a true original.
Sometimes a server can make a simple dining experience special. For example, on a recent lunch at this Houlihan's, the food --- loaded nachos, salad, burger --- was fine. It more than met our expectations. However, our server, Elizabeth, brought something special to the table...MoreWe're so glad to hear your server, Elizabeth, displayed such hospitality during your visit. We appreciate your kind words, and will be sure to share with the team. Thanks for your time, and we look forward to serving you again soon. - Alex, Houlihan's Marketing
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Inkanto Latin American Fusion is influenced by many cultures around the world, offering a diverse menu with colorful and tasteful dishes. Inkanto has something for everyone, from our delicious Lomo Saltado, to our flavorful Ceviche. Come and experience Latin fusion at its finest. Our lively atmosphere and delightful staff will surely fulfill a night of fun.
Me and my wife have been there 2 times before and were disappointed both times. The food either came out cold or was lacking flavor both times. However, I am a 3 strikes kind of guy. The 3rd strike comes this past Monday. My wife figured for my Birthday we would give them a last chance. I really do love Peruvian food and wanted this place to work out since I live near by. She made a reservation for 11 people. We arrived at the location, party in tow, to find that they decided to close.They gave us no notice (a simple phone call would have been nice) and there was nothing posted on the door. So that's the 3rd strike for me. My wife called the restaurant and left a message letting them know her disappointment. They responded the next day with a dismissive message not apologizing but telling her they'd be open that day if we want to come. So...in summary; not only have i found there food and service to be sub-par in the past, they really put a damper on my birthday plans. Thanks Inkanto!
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