Philadelphia, PA - This review is based on my recent visit to Sea Isle City, NJ. I was particularly impressed by Basilicos Ristorante-Pizzeria. You can also try Mike's Seafood, Braca Cafe, or O'Donnell's Pour House. Here's a quick summary of my meal. I hope you enjoy the article as much as I did. I look forward to my next visit to this charming coastal city!
Where to Eat in Sea Isle City, New Jersey
For an authentic Italian experience, head to Basilico's Ristorante-Pizzeria in Sea Isle City, NJ. It's open seven days a week, and you can choose from various pizzas and plates of pasta. There's a gluten-free menu, and the restaurant also serves low-fat dishes. Whether you're looking for an elegant dinner for two or a family outing, Basilicos is sure to impress!
Whether celebrating an anniversary, birthday or just because you're in the mood for seafood, you can count on a delicious meal at Mike's. This waterfront seafood restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner and even has a BYOB policy for those who like to bring their own beverage. While at Mike's, try his steamed clams, mussels to die for, and five kinds of shrimp. With more than 1,000 Google reviews, you're sure to find the perfect meal for a romantic evening out.
Suppose you are looking for a wonderful place to dine while in Sea Isle City, NJ; look no further than Braca Cafe. This popular Italian restaurant is located just off the Boardwalk. Their menu includes dishes like crab cakes, Angus steak, and steak salad. If you're looking for something more exotic, try the Braca Cafe's steak.
O'Donnell's Pour House
O'Donnell's is a popular choice among tourists and locals, and it's worth the trip to try it. The restaurant serves various tasty meals, including a great lunch menu and reasonable prices. The staff is very friendly, and the food and drink menus are worth checking out. It's also a good place for live music and happy hour.
Oar House Pub
The Oar House Pub is a Sea Isle City staple, originally called Lobster Loft. It is located on 42nd Place adjacent to JFK Boulevard; it offers a unique dining experience with two separate bars, outdoor and indoor, and a full bar. This restaurant serves American fare, seafood, and local specialties during summer. Live music is featured every weekend.
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