Just in time for summer, it's time to talk seafood. Is there any better time to enjoy a delicious lobster dinner than during summer? especially summer here at the Jersey Shore. This is the season to enjoy a delicious seafood dinner and we have the best places to visit here in Ocean and Monmouth Counties.


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Lobster, crab, clams, flounder, shrimp, salmon, scallops, cod, tuna, etc. all sound delicious, and of course, finding great places to go and enjoy dinner is a great help. There are many fabulous seafood restaurants here in Ocean and Monmouth Counties, but in a recent article by Travel Maven, the best in each county was highlighted here at the Jersey Shore.


Ocean County:

Captain's Inn in Forked River: I have been to the Captian's Inn numerous times and always enjoyed a delicious meal. During summer their Tiki Bar is a must-visit.

The Old Causeway in Manahawkin: In Southern Ocean County you can stay on the mainland and enjoy a delicious seafood dinner. This restaurant is known for its innovative menu, including seafood.

The Shrimp Box in Point Pleasant Beach: Known for its outstanding service and waterfront views, the article referred to the Shrimp Box as "a Shore staple".



Monmouth County:


Bahrs Landing in Highlands: This icon has been around since 1917 and is considered one of the most well-known seafood restaurants in New Jersey. They have a huge seafood menu.

The Bonney Read in Asbury Park: They refer to the Bonney as "a rustic chic restaurant with a buzzy atmosphere" now that gets your attention! Try the lobster roll.


So there you go, the best seafood restaurants in Ocean and Monmouth Counties according to Travel Maven. Give us your recommendations and reviews.


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