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local_guy Sep 7, 2007 02:46 PM

Board members, need help. Going to Long Branch tomorrow and am ne wto this area. Where should my wife and I go? Not a formal date just hanging out with my baby.
thanks!

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  1. Angelina Sep 7, 2007 03:04 PM

    I would go to Angelica's in Sea Bright. Located right on Ocean Ave. BYOB and the food is fabulous! Google the name and they have a webite so you can look up the menu. (I would have done itm, but I am too lazy right now!)

    The cuisne is Italian.

    Buena sera!!

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      RGR Sep 7, 2007 03:51 PM

      Hey, Angie, He'll not find it with that spelling. It's Anjelica's. Here's the website: http://www.anjelicas.com/

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        Angelina Sep 8, 2007 04:21 AM

        oops!!! Thanks, RGR! See how lazy I was? ha ha

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      tom porc Sep 8, 2007 01:47 AM

      For lunch The Turning Point is very good. It's at Pier Village.
      Dinner options can include Tavolo's, Charley's, Piccolo Forno, Wasabi, Cask 591 has a large wine selection by glass, Pearl of Lisbon (Portuguese), Kan Zaman (mediterranean), Tuzzio's for very old-time NJ Italian, even Jack's Rib & Ale House for bar scene. You may prefer the new (and untried) Boardwalk Cafe for beach views.
      For late night dessert and coffee Carmella's in Pier Village has several good choices.
      Club/lounge scene there's Mix on Brighton Ave or Elements in Sea Bright. Cask 591 may have music in their upstairs lounge.

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        stack_c Sep 8, 2007 02:42 PM

        tom have you tried Kan Zaman? Pass by it all the time - Are they the same people that owned Ranoosh? The only time i see people there is after sundown on Saturdays, other than that is seems to be empty.... love midle eastern food so hoping you have tried it!

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          dineoutnj Sep 8, 2007 03:35 PM

          Yes, it is the same owner as Ranoosh. The food is just as good, but still strict Kosher. So only kosher wine.

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            tom porc Sep 10, 2007 12:59 AM

            I was there when it was Ranoosh but not when it moved and became Kan Zaman? I enjoyed Ranoosh. We ordered the app sampler. The chef gave us complimentary app that he was trying out. So the table was filled with many small plates. Looked like a tapas place :)

            In the old Ranoosh building will be a place called Emy's. Not open yet.

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              SteveLoveFood Jan 24, 2008 02:43 AM

              tom,
              tried kan zaman after reading these posts. (i know they're old) Thanks for the tips. Fantastic food, great stmosphere and surprisingly enough the wine was superb. Had a bottle of pino noir from new zealand. Great stuff

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