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Ceviche in Monmouth County

Anybody know of an establishment that serves Ceviche in the Monmouth County shore area?

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  1. Haven't been there in a while, so not sure if they still have it but The Copper Canyon in the Atlantic Highlands used to have one my wife really enjoyed.

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    Copper Canyon
    51 1st Ave, Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716

    1. Juanitos 2 in Howel NJ on Rt 9 has a decent version on their menu thats pretty good ..

      http://www.juanitos2howell.com/menu.html

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      1. re: Tapas52

        I'll have to ask the Ethiopian lady who runs the Dominican place in Long Branch if she would consider serving it...

        1. re: Tapas52

          Juanitos II is a bit of a hike, but I might check it out. I assume they don't have a connection to Juanitos in Red Bank; I cant see J-II having a website but the original one not having one. Also notice they state on the website they are BYOB, which is against NJ ABC regulations...

          Ceviche appy and pork taco dinner!

          1. re: equal_Mark

            They are both owned by the same owners. The ceviche in Red Bank was always good, but I can't speak for Howell location. And both are BYOB. They will provide ice buckets for beer or white wine.

            1. re: camel653

              Wonder why the Red Bank location has no web site? Oh well, go figure...

              1. re: equal_Mark

                Mark.... J-II is right off I -195 on exit RT 9 south corner of Aldrich Rd.

                1. re: Tapas52

                  The original Juanitos is about a 10 minute drive from my house in Red Bank, and has the same menu. This is as opposed to Juanitos II which is like a 40 minute drive...

        2. Pearl of Lisbon in Long Branch might serve Ceviche

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          Pearl of Lisbon
          609 Broadway, Long Branch, NJ 07740

          1. The consistency at Vivas in Belmar has waxed and waned over the years, but their ceviche has usually been pretty tasty

            1. Fish Asbury Park

              http://www.fishasburypark.com/

              Just saw an ad for this restaurant as I was reading the TriCity News with one eye and this board with the other. The menu is making my heart skip beats...oysters with mignonette, ceviche, crudo...and in the old Asbury Park post office...and happy hour...

              Sadly, a recent thread was not favorable but I'm going to try it anyway.

              http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/740890