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Three B's Bistro Lakehurst NJ

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Stopped in for dinner first time last night and was pleasantly surprised. The place was very crowded, bar was packed also.....we were greeted and were told there would be a 15 min wait and that's exactly how long it was. very friendly service and attentive for a busy Saturday evening prime time . menu was large and interesting with many choices from sandwiches, burgers to porterhouse steaks and beyond..for starters we ordered Pulled Pork Tacos $6.99 Tender Shredded Pork Piled High into three Crisp Taco shells, then Topped with a Sweet & Zesty Asian Slaw,.. just amazing flavor! The wife had the Smokey Mountain Burger $9.99 Angus Beef Encrusted with Southern Batter, Served with Cracked Pepper Gravy, Melted Cheddar Cheese Beer-Battered Onions & Crisp Applweood Bacon,.....it was hugh and delicious, a battered Burger? very unique,lol..
I ordered the Shrimp Fra Diavolo $13.99
Plump Shrimp Sauteed in a Spicy Plum Tomato Sauce. Served Over Linguini, didn't know what to expect but it was delicious and at the "RIGHT" spice level that I love,.....nice energy atmosphere too, we will be back to try many more menu choices, Sushi also,...and they also own the Italian deli Salumeria next door also..
a fun dinner.

http://www.threebsbarandbistro.com/in...

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  1. Our friends recently moved to Holiday City and discovered this place. They go every Friday and LOVE it! We will get there soon. I'm desperate to find a new restaurant in this area that's actually good.

    1. These are the Boemios who started out as pizzaiolos; Attillio's at the intersection of 166 and Old Freehold Road, is theirs. They moved into pseudo-serious restaurant food with Villa Amalfi on 166.

      1. Wow, that menu is all over the place huh? Stuffed cabbage, sushi, bar food, Italian and pizza.

        That always makes me nervous.