Red Bank offers plenty of nightlife from the West Side to Downtown Red Bank.
3 Broad Street | [map]
The Belmonte, the Latin fusion restaurant, bar and lounge highlights the ingenuity of renowned Chef Akhtar Nawab, of Craftbar and La Esquina in New York City, artfully executed by Andrew Cenicola, a Red Bank native. Alive with bold seasonings, the menu was designed to push the boundaries of traditional tapas with a contemporary rewrite using the highest-quality meats and seafood cooked to perfection and seasoned with rubs and sauces that deliver an unexpected jolt. The menu’s masterful spin of crave-worthy faire involves capturing the essence of classic simple cooking, to create dishes with true flavors and the perfect blend of simplicity and passion. The wine and drink lists are designed to evoke an eclectic zest.
50 Maple Avenue | [map]
Take your taste buds to Italy with the chefs of Buona Sera who use only the freshest ingredients to capture the essence of real authentic Italian cooking. In addition to fine dinings, Buona Sera is an elegant venue for weddings and other special occasions.
Danny’s Steakhouse & Sushi
11 Bridge Ave. | [map]
Nestled in the heart of Red Bank’s theater and antiques district, Danny’s is everyone’s favorite neighborhood restaurant. Indulge in flavorful entrees including dry-aged steaks, mom’s favorite classic Italian pasta or impeccably fresh seafood and sushi.
20 East Front Street | [map]
Built in 1840 as a residence, the Globe Hotel grew in size and popularity after its conversion to a hotel in 1844. A 1936 fire left only the bar and restaurant intact. Now a favorite for burgers and beers.
19 Broad Street | [map]
Gotham is a speak-easy themed gastropub that has quickly become one of Red Bank’s hot spots. Driven by bourbon, whiskey & gin, accompanied by an array of creative plates, Gotham looks to satisfy the likes of the everyday man to the Bruce Waynes of the world. Enjoy entertainment that will have you laughing on some nights and dancing on others.
Molly Pitcher Inn
88 Riverside Avenue | [map]
This splendid hotel overlooking the Navesink River was built in Colonial Revival style in 1928 and updated in the 1990s. Today, it is undergoing further expansion. The “Molly,” as it is called locally, is a favorite spot for dining, meetings, and events.
The hotel is named after the legendary Molly Hays, a heroine of the Revolutionary War. In July 1778, in sweltering heat, the Irish-born Molly earned her nickname by carrying water to the cannoneers in the Battle of Monmouth. When the battle flared, Molly stayed at her task although the other women had all fled in fear. Some say Molly even took command of a cannon after her husband, Joseph, fainted from the heat.
Trap Door Escape Room
60 White Street | [map]
Trap Door Escape Room is an interactive adventure game. Trap Door takes the Escape Room business to new heights with 2 floors of puzzles to uncover. Surviving in time is key as you only have 60 minutes to solve the challenges and make it out alive!
Walt Street Pub
180 Monmouth St. | [map]
The Walt Street Pub Bar and Resturant features a full menu, homemade specials and live entertainment. Come in and watch all your NFL Season Ticket games on their flat screen T.V’s while enjoying great food and drink specials.