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Your Reason to Hit the Shore ASAP: It’s Jersey Shore Restaurant Week!

Get deals on the best beachside dining through April 22.


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Photo courtesy of Bum Rogers Crabhouse

While this weather might have you thinking you won’t hit the beach anytime soon, you might want to reconsider. Jersey Shore Restaurant Week started on April 13, and is in full-swing through the 22nd.

Here’s the deal: score an app, entree and dessert for $22.18 or $32.18 at participating shore restaurants. Some restos you’ll want to take note of include Le Club Avenue in Long Branch, The Shrimp Box in Point Pleasant Beach, Bum Rogers Crabhouse in Seaside Park, Cubacan in Asbury Park and Fromagerie in Rumson. Search for your perfect meal by cuisine on the JSRW website.

Venues participating for the first time this year include Flames Brazilian Steakhouse in Belmar, Old Glory Kitchen & Spirits in Keyport, The Rum Runner in Sea Bright and Brielle Ale House in Brielle. Be sure to call ahead and reserve since reservations book quickly.

Can’t squeeze a dinner date night in this week? Head to a foodie event with the whole fam over the weekend. Harpoon Willy’s Presents Burgers, Bloodies & Brews  (we’re talking epic meal at an epic price) is happening on April 21 in Manasquan. Or snag tix to Bourbon, Bacon and Blues on April 22 at Kennedy Park in Asbury Park. Sip bourbon samples, nibble on treats chock-full of bacon and tap your toes to the beach’s best blues sounds. Tickets are $45 plus a small fee.

 

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