One of the state's best beer bars features a running list (literally a digital scroll on flatscreen TVs) of more than 140 libations, an extremely knowledgable staff and all the usual beer extras. And if you happen upon the park on a slow day, the playground is pretty sweet, even for adults.
Pro tip: There's a huge, spinning disc at the park.AVOID laying on it and asking your date to spin you. Old German Bakery Let's be honest, any of the few-dozen restaurants and bars on Washington Street would likely suffice for a first date, but for a more eclectic after-meal snack, the Old German Bakery is a must.The artisan salads are delicious, too -- split some greens (the "Fabio" is very good) and a pie (the "14 1/2" with soppressata is killer).It will be plenty of food for each of you, and you won't put too much of a dent in your wallet. From scenic walks to retro arcades to spark conversation to romantic (but not showoffy!
And we've identified those restaurants, bars and other fun activities through which daters determine if they actually connect with their evening companion/near stranger/future spouse/eventual loathsome enemy.
But Cibo e Vino, just off Cookman, serves its fare in "cicchetti" small plate smile.
Everything is ripe for sharing, and you're not stuck slurping a pile of pasta as you try to make small talk.
We've focused our attention on the social hubs around New Jersey which we think are best for first-date success.
This revitalized beachfront's downtown area, namely Cookman Avenue, is brimming with trendy, specialty restaurants, shops and oddities.
Leone's Most cuisines have a formidable representative around town, but for a tasty, reasonably priced dinner, Leone's is a great spot.