We’d like to consider the official designation of the Jersey Shore 12-course meal to be a six-pack and half a dozen lobster rolls from Point Lobster Company. They’re served hot with butter, the perfect amount of celery salt, and crispy, seasoned fries so good that they’ll make you forget about your friend peeing on your leg after that jellyfish sting earlier in the day. Since this fish market and seafood spot provides many restaurants in the state with their fresh lobsters, there’s a good chance you’ve had one before, but this is the only place to get their signature roll.
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Rosie’s makes some of best pizza in Point Pleasant, but make sure to come early (before 8pm) before they run out of dough.
Frankie’s Bar & Grill
Frankie’s in Point Pleasant makes the best burgers down the shore, and maybe in all of New Jersey.
John And Elaine’s
If you’re going to eat breakfast in Point Pleasant, it should be at John And Elaine’s and it should involve some of their pancakes.
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Chickie’s & Pete’s
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Joe Leone’s Italian Specialty Store
Joe Leone’s is the best place to stop for lunch or load your cooler up before a day at the beach in Point Pleasant. Make sure to get the eggplant pie.
Red’s Lobster Pot Restaurant
There’s always a wait at Red’s Lobster Pot in Point Pleasant, but it’s worth it - both for the fresh seafood and the views.
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