Stormy skies beginning to roll in over the Navesink River on a muggy, humid day.
A lethal Long Island Iced Tea. The house specialty at Barnacle Bill’s.
It looked like a total dump on the outside. The picture I have of the place in the sidebar of this article does not do it justice. As it happens, moments before we ended up walking into the Edison Noodle House, I had remarked that we needed to find a hole-in-the-wall, authentic, dumpy-looking place. That’s…
You can read all about this phenomenal spot to hang out in Lambertville by clicking here. This “Photo of the Day” post is sponsored by AC Party Bus and Limo.
Enjoying some of the last moments we have on the Jersey Shore before you cannot walk any beach without tripping over a BENNY.
Dunkin’ Donuts should hire me for publicity. Taken a few weeks ago at Bayshore Waterfront Park in Port Monmouth.
The famous 10 ounce burger at Barnacle Bill’s, served up with the customary side of sauteed onions and mushrooms. But this masterpiece was ordered by my mom, not me.
A simple shot at the Atlantic Highlands Marina.
The Japanese take on the Chinese takeout stalwart Crab Rangoons. Rather than heavy clunkers, these were crisp and light. The perfect way to start a meal before digging into some sushi, or even a spicy curry.
You know exactly where you are when this trio hits your table. Taken at House of Chong last month.
You’re off to a good start when once again you’re the only white guy in the restaurant. Perth Amboy strikes me as one of the last bastions of the Jersey Coast where ethnic and cultural centers have not been overtaken by the bearded hipster in flannel. Such a sight would have caused me to run…
I am up at Twin Lights in Highlands several times a year for work, but rarely do I actually go there and enjoy the sights.