We have some of the "best" restaurants in Ocean County, in my opinion.

New Jersey Monthly put out their awesome, 30 "Best" Restaurants in New Jersey and they are all so fabulous. Ocean County restaurants are delicious, at least we had one, I'll take it.

That one Ocean County restaurant that made the list is the Poached Pear Bistro / Pt. Pleasant Beach. It is delectable, great atmosphere, and is always enjoyable every time I go there.

Some of these restaurants that made the list, I've been to and I totally agree, they are delicious, from all over New Jersey. There are a couple that made the "best" list from Monmouth County: Nicholas Barrel & Roost / Red BankAarzu / Freehold, and II Nido / Freehold.

I just wanted to see a couple more from Ocean County. We have the best views, the best people, and the "best" food. From steaks to seafood, I love dining out in Ocean County. And, with the pandemic, the outdoor dining has become even more fabulous than ever, with outdoor heating and fire pits, you just can't beat an Ocean County outdoor restaurant.

Several restaurants that made the list of the "best" according to New Jersey Monthly, Jardin at the Hugh in Cape May, LT Bar & Grill in Hackensack, Heirloom Kitchen in Old Bridge, and many more.

If you had to choose that one Ocean County restaurant that is just fabulous, which one would it be? I'd love to do our own list of the "best" in Ocean County.

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