Complete with string lights and picnic tables, Asbury Park’s landscape could change dramatically with the addition of the Asbury Park food truck court, according to Anselm Fusco, senior vice president of the developer Madison Marquette. Six food trucks will be set up in the green space located near Sixth and Ocean Avenues pending approval from the city council and the planning board. The trucks will not offer the same foods as already present on the boardwalk and local eateries, but innovative new cuisines. The actual types of offerings have yet to be determined.
Anselm Fusco got the idea after seeing the success of food truck courts as an added attraction, generating revenue in other cities including Austin Texas. If all goes well with the approval process the food truck court will be operating by Memorial Day
By Tassia People ask me if there is a restaurant that I visit frequently because it is convenient and offers a few favorites that I often enjoy. My answer is Antonio’s Trattoria on Route 35 in Wall Township. I visit this BYOB restaurant about once per month with my husband and close friends who […] Continue reading →
Dubbed Dark City Brewing Co. after the city’s nickname acquired following the riots of the 70’s, this will be the first micro-brewery to operate in the City of Asbury Park. The business received city council and planning board approval last week. The owner and head brewer, Kevin Sharper plans to begin construction of the 3000 […] Continue reading →
NJ Monthly has named three Jersey Shore restaurants to their best new restaurant list this month. One more, in addition, was noted as a new restaurant to watch. Berravino – Red Bank Located in the space formerly occupied by Basil T’s, the restaurant is the creation of the owner of the former brew pub, Vic […] Continue reading →
If I were to describe a Jersey Shore bar and restaurant, the Offshore in Point Pleasant Beach would be the model that I would use. It has an inviting large rectangular bar and two dining rooms; one of which has a lovely gas fireplace that burns all year round. On our last visit we were […] Continue reading →