Top places at the Jersey shore to take dad on Father’s Day
Did you ever draw a complete blank because you didn't know what to do for Father's Day? Was your father upset because the place you took him didn't have the beer he likes? Or maybe he wasn't crazy about the food? Luckily, we've got you covered and have been scouring the Jersey shore for some of the best places dad would love. We came up with a list of some of the most awesome places at the Jersey Shore to take dear old dad for Father's Day.
The Sawmill is located towards the end of the boardwalk in Seaside. The restaurant is known for their 27" pizza pie. With over 20 beers on tap, you can't go wrong by taking your father to The Sawmill.
The Boathouse Bar and Grill has over 10 different buffalo sauces for their delicious wings. You can also enjoy live entertainment at least twice a week with different drink specials almost everyday.
If your Father likes live entertainment and wine, then the Supper Club is for him! They have four performances a week that all start at 8:30 P.M. and over 40 selections of bottled wine.
The Wine Loft is located in Pier Village that offers live entertainment on Fridays and a DJ on Saturdays. They pride themselves on their award winning wine list, as well as their wine recommendations with certain food.
Buona Sera is located in the heart of Red Bank that offers authentic Italian cuisine and is a 5-time "Wine Spectator List" winner.
Sirena Ristorante is located on the boardwalk in Pier Village. This is the place where casual Italian dining meets the Atlantic Ocean.
Kubel's is one of Dennis Malloy's favorite spots at the Jersey Shore. "They always have fresh seafood," he said. "Beautiful view of the bay and Barnegat Light."
McLoone's Pier House is another place located in Pier Village. This Father's Day they are having a special from 10:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Click on McLoone's Pier House above for more information.
The Chicken or the Egg is known for their 16 delicious wing sauces and numerous meal choices for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Travel Channel's "Man vs. Food" visited "The CHEGG" and had to use rubber gloves because the wings were so hot. But even if you don't like hot wings, I promise they have something for everyone on their menu.
Whether you want a nice atmosphere on the boardwalk or a nice seafood dinner, Martell's Tiki Bar and Lobster House is the place for you and your father. You can enjoy live entertainment on the weekends as well.