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Looking for a lunch/early dinner spot after a baptism in the Brick/Toms river area?

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dlk0704 Feb 24, 2010 06:33 PM

We are coming to NJ to baptize our daughter in the brick area. We are looking to take a group of 20 people out to a late lunch/early dinner on a Sunday. We are hoping to spend between $15-25 a person and will have a few children in the place. I would be grateful for any help and suggestions.
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  1. njfreqflyer Feb 25, 2010 05:20 AM

    I frequently eat dinner at Villa Vittoria in Brick and always enjoy my meal. They have a separate area in their dining room that might work well for your group. The management and staff have always provided good service.

    Unlike many small restaurants in the area, Villa Vittoria has a liquor license and can provide full bar service (NJ is a heavy BYOB state due to licensing requirements). If you're looking at other alternatives, be sure to find out whether it's BYOB or not.

    Here's the link to their website: http://www.villavittoria.com

    Let us know where you end up and how you liked it.

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    Villa Vittoria
    2700 Hooper Ave, Brick, NJ 08723

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      dlk0704 Feb 25, 2010 05:40 PM

      Thank you! I will check them out.

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