Eno Terra sits amidst lush surroundings in a beautiful mansion steeped in history. The majestic setting is just the beginning of your experience though. Drawing inspiration from the region's rich agricultural bounty, the restaurant presents a diverse menu of Italian specialties that offer a good mix of the traditional and modern preparations. Most of the kitchen's ingredients come from the restaurant's own Eno Terra Canal Farm with independent growers and suppliers also chipping in. The seasonally changing menu offers a good mix of classic and contemporary preparations, with seafood dominating the proceedings. The delightful wine list is a globe-trotting affair with American and Italian wines making up a major part of the list. A romantic charm envelopes you as you enter the historic building, with the wood-dominated interiors accentuating its striking features. An excellent bet for an intimate meal, Eno Terra is also apt for memorable group dinners and private functions. Check website for more.
For those who crave for a little IPA with their Donkey Kong, Barcade just might be the place. The lovingly designed space combines hand-crafted pub furnishings with several truckloads of classic arcade games. Draft craft brews are the specialty of the house featuring East Coast heavy hitters like Peekskill and West Coast humdingers like Lagunitas, but there is also a full bar. So whether you like a shot of Jim Beam before a round of Centipede or a goblet of Belgian-style strong ale to accompany a rousing Ms Pac-Man tournament, Barcade can probably accommodate you. See website for frequently updated draft list, special event announcements, Happy Hour info and more.
The Rocky Hill Inn is a cozy neighbourhood bistro and pub, much loved by the localites. It features an extensive menu of wholesome food like Shepherd's Pie, Braised Short Rib, various burgers and quite a few salads. Here one can relax like in an English pub with the adjacent bar providing the beer on tap, TV screens and WiFi. The outdoor patio is also a good place to unwind. Do not leave without trying out the turkey burger that is supposed to be one-of-a-kind.
PDT (which stands for Please Don't Tell) is a "secret" bar on St. Mark's Place. A call from a phone booth in Crif Dogs (the adjacent restaurant) is the only way to get in. Once accepted, a secret door opens up in the phone booth, leading to PDT. It's not much of a secret anymore though, because the club is hugely popular. Once inside, you'll find a crowded bar area steeped in darkness. The inventive cocktail selection is superb and a major draw. If you're hungry you can also order from the Crif Dogs food menu, which gets delivered to the club via a small pass. A visit to PDT is quite an interesting experience indeed.
Located by the serene Old Mill Pond, The Mill is a great restaurant to have some delectable American cuisine. You can begin your meal with a soup or a light starter and follow it up with an appetizing entree of chicken, steak or lamb. The steak will be cooked to your liking of rare, medium or fully cooked, which will bring out the right flavors of the beef. Complement your meal with a wine from their collection and complete your meal with a sinful dessert of pudding or cheesecake. Seafood lovers can gorge on fresh catch at the raw bar. This place is brought to life with their entertaining events, check the website and participate.
Apothèke is one of the many "speakeasy" type bars found throughout Manhattan. This sanctuary located on this hidden alley in New York's Chinatown has plenty of old-fashion panache, though the drinks may be a bit on the pricey side. The bar replicates an old-world apothecary, proudly displaying antique medicine bottles and old-fashioned chemistry equipment. This bar is manned by expert bartenders who sport white lab coats and dispense alcoholic "prescriptions" (as they call them) like the Mata Hari, Femme Fatale and Dr. Ruth, which are created with the Apothèke's house-blended absinthe and other elixirs.
McDonagh's Pub tries to give the local as well as visitors to Aberdeen an Irish pub experience. A historical building, in the heart of Keyport, was given a new face and transformed into a vibrant place that amalgamated the traditional architecture into the modern style. The menu features a tantalizing fare of Irish dishes along with popular bar favorites like burgers, pizzas, salads, sandwiches, wraps, wings and steaks. Get your throats in good condition to join them on Wednesdays for karaoke. On weekends, guests can enjoy the beats strummed by live musicians.
Offering a range of freshly brewed beers, the Raritan Bay Brewing is a place for beer lovers. The interiors are rustic and furnished entirely in wood with open-brick walls. Seasonal brews from ales and IPAs in different flavors are served here and visitors can ask for availability of beers on tap.
Head to Sciortino’s Harbor Lights if you are looking forward for a casual evening spot. This restaurant pampers your palate with delectable Italian delicacies. Operating since 1930s, this restaurant has become one of the popular hangout spots for the locals and is famous for serving some of the best pizzas in town. Dedicated to serve the best, Sciortino’s Harbor Lights claims to use only fresh and finest quality ingredients into its preparation. The scrumptious delicacies are accompanied with an impressive list of beverages. Choose from the variety of beers or enjoy refreshing cocktails to wash down a meal. The friendly servers ensure you have a good time with their efficient service.