Red Bank is a borough in Monmouth County, New Jersey, incorporated in 1908 and located on the Navesink River, the area's original transportation route to the ocean and other ports. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough had a population of 12,206, reflecting an increase of 362 (+3.1%) from the 11,844 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 1,208 (+11.4%) from the 10,636 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Red Bank
5 based on 126 reviews
The cuisine is delicious! Best salmon with wild rice and sautéed mushrooms that I have ever enjoyed! The butternut squash soup was heavenly! My friend's mushroom soup was amazing! And the blueberry crumb cake dessert was "to die for"! The service and the ambience are impeccable we will definitely return very soon!
4.5 based on 267 reviews
We had the Fall tasting menu, ordering one of both dishes so we could both have a taste of each dish. All the dishes were beautifully presented and by and large very tasty. (not hugely impressed by the vaunted Pumpkin Soup--it seemed bland.) The ambiance is very pleasant and the staff provided attentive service. Nahum was excellent and even the young lady who swept away the crumbs from the tablecloth was personable. If you want to impress a date or make a loved feel cherished, this is the place to go in the Red Bank area.
4 based on 295 reviews
Dinner for two on a Saturday Night...reservation was delayed twenty minutes...not that big of a deal. Food was good, we both had the specials of the evening, and they were good. The crab cakes as appetizers though....were horrible. They looked and tasted like the frozen crab cakes you get at Shoprite. Stay away from these. And service could definitely be better. The place was just OK...if you know what I mean...nothing special. There are so many better restaurants in the Red Bank area..that I think this will be a one stop place.
4 based on 303 reviews
We (party of 6) had dinner here on a beautiful Saturday night. They had our reservation, and we were seated promptly at a nice corner by the window. Our server Dan was friendly and told us the specials, took our drink order, and we setlled in.
Food: The White pizza we shared as an appetizer was amazing! Perfect flavors on a dough that was just the right combination of crispy and chewy.. Absolutely delicious!
One of the best Caprese's I've ever had...
Chicken Parm was great as well, nice crisp breading under the sauce & cheese... and the rigatoni was homemade and cooked the way you wish for at most other places!
Steak was cooked perfectly and delicious too...
Gnocchi special was great as well as the ravioli for our vegetarian.
So if everything was so good - - what was the problem?
IT WAS SO FREAKING LOUD IN THAT DINING ROOM YOU COULDN'T HEAR IT IF A VOLCANO ERUPTED BY THE BAR!
This is has to be able to be fixed guys... just put up some sound-soak on the ceiling or something..anything...PLEASE?
So to sum up, this is a GREAT RESTAURANT with a GREAT STAFF and GREAT FOOD! (Just learn American Sign Language before you go...)
4 based on 145 reviews
This is a good pop in restaurant. Good sandwiches, priced right, and plentuhul. Good salads and big selection of beer. We had our dogs with us, so we sat at there outside patio in front, which is great for people watching. Service was very good.
4.5 based on 86 reviews
Loved this funky little place - we lucked into a table. Both had salads - one buffalo chicken (tempeh) and the other gado gado - both $12 and both incredibly delicious. I LOVED the cilantro peanut dressing on the gado gado salad. Something for everyone here unless you are looking for meat.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
I recently had lunch here before a matinee at Two Rivers across the street. The place had many full tables but not all of them were full. We found a table easily. We ordered without waiting in line, and the cashier was very pleasant. And then it all fell apart. We waited a very long time for two sandwiches and a cheese plate...a cheese plate that clearly could have been prepared ahead of time (and was comprised mostly of cheese cubes from CostCo). When my guest noted to the waitress that 25 minutes was a long time to wait for a sandwich, the waitress replied very sarcastically...it's not like we're back there not doing anything...we are busy you know....the sandwiches were good by the way, but the service was snide and completely inappropriate. I was shocked by the rudeness.
4.5 based on 195 reviews
via45 is a rustic italian eatery. We offer vegetarian, vegan and Gluten-Free choices. each plate is offered to guests according to their preference and dietary restrictions. all foods are prepared "in the moment".the hand written menu changes every day...desserts are all "house-made". Seasonal outdoor seating, pets welcome on sidewalk,, sit and relax....share your stories. Let La Via Dolce Caterers host your special moments...at our table or yours.
My favorite restaurant never disappoints. Lauren and Claudette keep it fresh while maintaining crowd favorites. Their salads are the best and slight variations on our visits are welcomed. The pork chop is the best around. It’s simple, perfectly cooked and literally makes you wanting more, even though you cannot possibly eat anymore do to it size! Somehow, however, you choose one of those outrageous deserts and some fresh coffee to prolong a perfect dining experience. Oh, let’s not forget their incredible staff who are always ready to assist you and assure a happy experience.
Via 45 is not cheap nor can you grab a meal in half an hour. That’s why we enjoy it so much. Bring some wine and soak in the ambiance of being welcomed to their table.
4.5 based on 131 reviews
Free of formality and artifice, B2 Bistro +Bar is the perfect destination for everyone from hip, socially-connected Millennials to discerning, worldly Boomers. We offer a casual, welcoming atmosphere, an exceptional menu, an active and well-stocked bar, and fabulous service and hospitality. Based on the popular bistro-style cooking in the United States, France, Italy, Spain, Greece, and other Mediterranean countries, B2's culinary focal point is our wood burning oven where many of our dishes are prepared, in particular, our specialty pizzas. B2 provides an eclectic and well-priced wine list, a continuously rotating selection of 16 craft draft beers, and a raft of exceptionally crafted cocktails. We specialize in barrel aging spirits and using only fresh seasonal fruit in our drinks. Come Join us for Happy Hour! Weekdays from 3:00 PM- 7:00 PM, Fridays and Saturdays from 12:00 PM- 7:00 PM, and Sundays ALL DAY! We look forward to seeing you soon!
B2 Bistro was a great experience. Menu design and atmosphere lived up to the billing. A very warm and pleasant atmosphere. There was something on the menu for everyone. From the staple burger to the more adventorous head cheese (amazing by the way)
The only complaint I would have, that is not really a complaint, would be the charcuterie platter. If you are going to advertise a bit of everything. It should provide a bit of everything. Especially if you have already requested to have the liver pate. Not only was it not included but when we questioned the staff they did not accommodate by remedying the situation. This would have been a 5 except for this minor hiccup.
I will be coming back to the Red Bank location and will be visiting the new Point Pleasant location as well.
4 based on 194 reviews
Very relaxing afternoon enjoying Dublin House’s bar while watching the world go by on Monmouth Street. Good lunch menu too including a few Irish specialties. Service was only ok, but everything else made up for it (seemed like waitress was only in low gear and cranky) Still...GO!
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