Manahawkin is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) located within Stafford Township, in Ocean County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the CDP's population was 2,303. Manahawkin has been thought to be a Lenape word meaning "land of good corn", although this has been disputed by recent scholars claiming that it translates to "fertile land sloping into the water."
Things to do in Manahawkin
4.5 based on 164 reviews
Nice quiet eatery on Hwy 72, just east of Rte 9...Manera's offers an excellent selection of Italian specialties, go for lunch and for $9-$12, get a delicious meal for a great price. Favorites are Seafood Fra Diablo, Veal Piccata and Clams Oreganata.
5 based on 60 reviews
My family and I cannot say enough about this bakery's many treats! Everything is so fresh and delicious. Cakes, pies, cookies, bread, specialty cakes made to order and much more is always of the finest quality. If you have not utilized Big Apple, you are trlu missing out on quality and commitment to excellence!
5 based on 15 reviews
I am not a vegan, but so I didn't have a meal, but I had a delicious, refreshing smoothie made with all fresh ingredients of my choice.
4.5 based on 375 reviews
Stopped in for lunch on a Saturday in November. They were very busy and all the food looked appetizing including the market part with fresh seafood.
We had oysters from the local Mullica river and fried pickles, then the crab cake and fries. The oysters were great, my husband loved them. Fried pickles were good. The crab cake was all meat which is a good thing but I prefer more flavor.
We want to come back in summer for fresh crabs and more seafood. Thank you
4.5 based on 18 reviews
I'm from Brooklyn, NY originally, and had the cocky attitude that there were no bagels outside of my home that were worth eating.
Okay, I was wrong.
Not only are the bagels very good, with PLENTY of choice (even thin ones), but the sandwiches made are quite good also. The service is excellent; your order moves quickly, even if it's crowded, and there are lots of choices for food as well as drinks, cold or hot.
If you're in the area, or even just live here, try this place out if you haven't so far. I think you'll find yourself going back again.
4 based on 268 reviews
Old Causeway, the "newest and freshest" idea in South Jersey. Now open for lunch, dinner and happy hour! Offering a full raw bar with the freshest oysters from the east and west coast as well as steaks from the finest natural angus beef available. If oysters and steaks are not your thing, Old Causeway has a vast menu with something for everyone including the highest quality seafood available, unique burgers, and barrel aged cocktails.
Went for brunch . Place was very busy, and as always, noisy. Had the shrimp and grits which were average. Four shrimp over a grit cake; nothing fabulous. Bloody Mary was good. Keep waiting to get a meal I love but it has not happened. Better places in town; I don't get why it's always so busy. Bring ear plugs!!
4.5 based on 12 reviews
All of the Bagels and Beyond have a fantastic selection of bagels, spreads, sandwiches and baked goods! Their lunch selections are great as well and they usually have daily specials. These bagel shops can get busy and bagels do sell out, so be sure to get their early.
4.5 based on 106 reviews
Stopped by last week after being told the wait down the road was an hour and a half...Walked in and waited 10 minutes to be seated....Hostess opened our wine as we waited...it was my first visit here and it won't be my last...the restaurant is small but nicely decorated...Bacon wrapped scallops and clam strips were tasty starters...Seafood combo and Shrimp/Scallop scampi over linguine were delicious entrees...portions were ample...Exit 63 is a nice alternative to waiting over an hour for a meal...check it out...you won't be sorry.
4 based on 234 reviews
Element's happy hour is wonderful!
Drink specials, cheap appetizers (NOT skimpy serving sizes either).
Apps to try: boneless wings, mussels, fried shrimp, and bruschetta. I tried the crab & cheese wontons and didn't care for them - too much cheese, not enough crab.
The bar was crowded as were all the tables, but service was on point.
Can't say enough about the Crab Bisque - it is not to be missed!
4 based on 92 reviews
I order pizza from here. However, I ate in the sit down side and ordered off the menu this time. There were 3 of us for dinner and we all ordered something different. Mine was the very best!!! Never ordered this anywhere before. Plus we had the salad that goes with dinner. Great! Fresh! Order veal pizzioli(?) Fabulous.
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