Pascal and Sabine is a new restaurant in the shore town of Asbury Park, NJ, and will become a destination restaurant in the shore area of the state. The interior is a new take on classic French bistro, with updated cocktails, two bars and restaurant seating for small groups to larger parties. The two bar areas also allow guests to eat at the bar on the restaurant menu. The dinner menu emphasizes appetizers, side dishes, salads and main courses. The cheese plate and fois gras were favorites with our party this weekend evening. The food was fantastic--savory, well prepared, with a fine use of herbs, spices and sauces. The duck confit was a favorite of one of our party. The service was attentive and excellent tonight, during mid-January. No reservations accepted but time preferences are available. Brunch menu on the weekends looks terrific, too, featuring pastries, French brunch sandwiches, interesting sides and accompanying cocktails and wine. Wine list features good food pairing choices at local prices. Definitely worth the trip for atmosphere and food. We're locals and will be back as often as possible. Good luck to this new restaurant venture in Asbury Park, another jewel in the crown of this city.