The sun finally came out after hiding behind the grey for a few days and Ive been yearning for the NJ Shore so we decided to take the ride to Belmar and see if we could find some place open for lunch. Driving down main street the word tavern appeared and we pulled into the nearest spot about 1/2 past noon.
We walked into a fairly large bar and dining room with just a few tables occupied and noticed immediately that it was very cold inside. Our server Tracey was friendly and attentive and even apologetic about the inside temperature.
The french onion soup was average but did the job to warm me up. I enjoyed the crab cake sliders. Hubby had a turkey rueben which he enjoyed and which looked huge to me. For an extra dollar we both ordered the sweet potato fries with our lunch, worth it. With a Beer and a rootbeer that was generously refilled and our coffees...mine with Kalua, the bill came to $50 before tip...
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