Red Bank offers plenty of nightlife from the West Side to Downtown Red Bank.

Buena Sera

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.

Catch 19

19 Broad Street | [map]

Whether it’s watching the game on the big screen or enjoying the creatively stunning artwork throughout Catch 19. Let’s experience life together. Make memories that you won’t forget. We’ll help you create long lasting experiences whether its experiencing our delicious meals or enjoying a beautiful private party.

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.

Dublin House

30 Monmouth Street | [map]

The Robert Allen house was originally built on Broad Street by Robert Allen. His son-in-law George Hance Patterson, moved it to its current location in 1905. The fine Second Empire style residence was converted to retail use in 1971.

Globe Hotel

Globe Hotel

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.

Jamian’s Food & Drink

79 Monmouth St. | [map]

Newly renovated and re-envisioned, Jamian’s offers lunch, dinner, happy hour and late night dining. Live entertainment nightly with no cover charge, open mic nights, art exhibitions, parties, takeout and catering.

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.

Oyster Point

146 Bodman Pl. | [map]

Set between three sides of the Navesink River, the Oyster Point is one of New Jersey’s premiere hotels. Visit the Oyster Point’s web site to learn more.


141 West Front St. | [map]

Pazzo specializes in thin-crust, coal-fired pizza and classic Italian fish, meat and pasta dishes. In addition to a full-service bar, Pazzo customers can enjoy alfresco dining, NFL Sunday Ticket, and free parking in the garage next door.

Red Rock

14 Wharf Ave. | [map]

Red Rock is a bar and restaurant featuring live entertainment and good bar food. It’s open for lunch and dinner with outdoor dining in the warm weather.

Red Tank Brewing Company

77 Monmouth Street | [map]

Family owned and operated, micro-brewery, tasting room, fun, friends, and trivia night and more.


64 Monmouth St. | [map]

Teak’s Asian-fusion menu of market-driven ingredients and local Jersey products complement its extensive cocktail menu and wine list. This, combined with Chef Lyristiss talents and sense of fun, never fail to deliver a unique dining experience.

The Basie Center Cinemas

36 White Street | [map]

The Count Basie Center for the Arts, has assumed operations of the historic White Street cinema in Red Bank, opening as the rebranded Basie Center Cinemas.

40+ year old White Street complex in Red Bank to remain haven for independent film; expanded slate to offer discussions, festivals & more.

The Cook’s Tour

Red Bank is not just a great place to eat great food—it’s also a treasure trove for people who like to cook and/or serve great food. Spend a day exploring our exceptional food retailers, owned and operated by some of the region’s most passionate and knowledgeable foodies.

The Vogel Theater

The new state-of-the-art performance venue, The Vogel is open. The Vogul is named for area philanthropists Anne and Sheldon Vogel, in recognition of their support of the Count Basie Center for the Arts. Mr. Vogel’s career with Atlantic Records is the stuff of music business legend; hired by Atlantic founder Ahmet Ertegun himself, Mr. Vogel traveled the world and oversaw finances as the storied label signed everyone from Aretha Franklin to Led Zeppelin, Crosby, Stills and Nash, YES, Manhattan Transfer and others.

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!


80 Broad Street | [map]

YESTERcades is a gaming experience straight out of the Golden Age of Gaming! Their variety of arcade video games will satisfy every customer: from Space Invaders and Pac-Man, to Street Fighter and NBA Jam. They even have classic pinball machines!