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Pinball hall of fame. Great to check out newer and classic pinballs machines as well as enjoy all different types of arcade games.
The Silverball Museum Arcade, located in Asbury Park NJ is a living, breathing and blinking tribute to our pinball and video gaming past. With 600 games* in rotation, we are sure you will find your favorites while getting to know and enjoy some new machines.
Intimate arcade on the boardwalk with old school pin ball machines. Great for families.
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“Perfect for afternoon and evening drinks. They have live bands at night, outdoor space, Yappy Hour (dog friendly happy hours).”
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“Sushi 🍣 is a regular part of our diet. Taka transforms delicious and fresh fish into beautifully artistic servings. Taka also specializes in delivering Japanese infused flavors into dishes rarely seen on a Japanese menu. We highly recommend the braised short ribs. Drizzled in a ginger based sauce and paired with Wasabi mashed potatoes, these tender short ribs pack tremendous flavor into each delicious bite. A unique taste and generous portion make this a must try for anyone who enjoys Japanese cuisine! Directions: Head left from The Melrose towards the walking bridge across Wesley Lake into Asbury Park. Once across the bridge make a left and walk one block up to Grand Ave. Head down Grand for 1/2 block until you reach Cookman Ave and make a left. You have officially reached downtown Asbury Park. Continue down Cookman until you reach Bond Street. Taka is on your left at the corner of Bond and Cookman. ”
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“This historic structure was once a lavish landmark that has lost some of its glitz and glamour, but is still a proud home to many of the city’s main attractions including The Paramount Theater, various local shops, restaurants and the Anchor’s Bend Beach Bar.”
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Restaurant de déjeuners
“Old school diner that has been a longtime Asbury Park staple (and was featured on Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown”!). Also makes great subs to pick up on your way to the beach. ”
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