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njnjron Sep 8, 2008 12:36 PM

We are looking for a good place for dinner on a Saturday night in Red Bank. We are not looking for a casual place- but with great food.Any suggestions?

  1. HillJ Sep 8, 2008 01:56 PM

    http://www.tablenj.com/index.html

    If "in" Red Bank is slightly flexible then Table in Little Silver is a wonderful dining experience.

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    1. re: HillJ
      bgut1 Sep 8, 2008 02:56 PM

      I agree with Val, if you are looking for "great" food in the Red Bank area, Nicholas clearly fits the bill. I'm a little confused by your post however. Are you looking for a casual restaurant? If so I would try Dish, Thyme Square or as HillJ recommends, Table. With regard to Le Fandy, its not one of my favorites. Good Luck.

      1. re: bgut1
        seal Sep 8, 2008 03:33 PM

        Have to agree with bgut on Thyme Square or Dish if you desire to stay in Red Bank - otherwise all of the others mentioned will fit the bill.

        1. re: bgut1
          HillJ Sep 8, 2008 03:36 PM

          bgut1, do you consider Table a casual restaurant? When we enjoyed dinner there recently the dining room was filled with well dressed guests.

          1. re: HillJ
            bgut1 Sep 8, 2008 03:45 PM

            Hill - Yes, I do. By well dressed, do you mean jacket and tie for the gentlemen? But for Nicholas and Fromagerie (excepting their bars), I consider most if not all restaurants in Monmouth County to be casual. I think the trend of late is to move to that type of dining.

            1. re: bgut1
              HillJ Sep 8, 2008 03:51 PM

              ah, I suspected that's what you meant. It's challenging to know what people mean by casual ...a town like R/B prides itself on being casual across the restaurant divide...but still I see well dressed people all over town. To me casual is a pizza parlor. Thanks for your take.

      2. Angelina Sep 8, 2008 12:51 PM

        http://www.restaurantpassion.com/list...

        Le Fandy in Fair Haven. (next town over.) BYOB and one of my favorite places!

        Enjoy!

        1. val ann c Sep 8, 2008 12:45 PM

          Great food and on the formal side. The answer is Nicholas. One of the very best restaurants anywhere. https://www.restaurantnicholas.com

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