One of Red Bank’s main draws is its variety of great dining options. In the summertime, there is an additional bonus of being able to eat outside and enjoy the scenery. Walking around downtown on a summer evening, you can see people dining outdoors at many of Red Bank’s restaurants. Here are some notable options for eating outside:

The Boondocks Fishery: Tucked away in Marine Park on the Navesink River, this casual seafood restaurant is Red Bank’s only option for true waterfront dining. Accordingly, it can attract a large crowd on weekend nights, so be sure to get there early.

The Dublin House: A longtime Red Bank favorite, the Dublin House on Monmouth Street offers traditional pub food and features a large outdoor patio with trees which is perfect for enjoying some food and drinks in the nice weather. The patio area sometimes features live music as well.

Robinson Ale House: The Robinson Ale House, which offers burgers and other American food, features an outdoor patio right on Broad Street where you can be part of the town’s lively nightlife.

Teak: Teak is a modern Asian fusion restaurant featuring sushi and cocktails. They open up their outer walls during nice weather, and are currently building a second floor with an outdoor rooftop bar, which will be a first for Red Bank.

The Bistro: Another Red Bank mainstay, The Bistro offers an eclectic menu featuring pizza, burgers, and sushi, and opens up their outer walls to turn their dining room into an outdoor eating experience.

Other Red Bank restaurants that offer outdoor seating include:

Broad Street:

Pazzo Restaurant – West Front Street

Gaetano’s – Wallace Street

Jamians Food and Drink – Monmouth Street

Toast – Monmouth Street