And speaking of Brothers’ Pizza, here are two personal pies. Mine was a white with onion and garlic (no ricotta). Meanwhile my friend got the works on his. This place probably has the largest and most cheese-packed personal pizzas around. Appetizer or not, have never been able to finish in one sitting.
In commemoration of D-Day, a picture of World War II items for sale at a booth in the Red Bank Antiques Center. Grab a pizza at Brothers’ next door when you’re done browsing.
My friend Justin and I were originally going to a food truck festival in Keansburg today. Because of how hot and humid it was, we then decided to go to an actual restaurant instead. Somewhere. Anywhere. We ended up in Red Bank and felt like Chinese. Having passed Temple many times and heard decent reviews,…
Artichoke Francaise. Gotta hand it to Brothers’ Pizza for yet another outstanding appetizer. Remember those stuffed mushrooms?
Back at my favorite neighborhood bar. Always a pleasure.
Even with good food, sometimes service can be the difference between a 3 and a 4. My mom and I were looking for a place to have lunch after a busy day closing our house for sale last week. Mentally, we were exhausted. It was an odd time of day, just after two in the…
The Chowda House ran out of Chowda! That’s what my friend Roy and I were told the moment we walked into the Red Bank seafood establishment on a rainy Thursday afternoon. He had been wanting to take me there for some time, and assured me that the Lobster Bisque was even better than their chowder,…
The perfect eclair.
Spotted at the Antiques Center in Red Bank, New Jersey this winter.
A straightforward but wonderful Chicken Parm at Brothers’ in Red Bank.
Walking around Red Bank one night before a ghost hunt during Christmas week with my friend and co-investigator Patrick and his cousin Jon. With Starbucks in hand, we can’t be any more basic.
The enticing display case inside of Red Bank’s Antoinette Boulangerie.