Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Moonstruck...

If you ever visit the Jersey Shore,
and are in the Monmouth/Ocean County area...

 visiting Moonstruck Restaurant in Asbury Park is a must!

 With a view of the Asbury Park Boardwalk and Westly Lake,
this is one of my very most favorite restaurants of all time.
The hubs and I went for dinner on Friday night and it did not disappoint.

 The hubs had this pan seared chicken,
with roasted potatoes and a vegetable medley.

 I had pesto pasta, topped with pine nuts, and diced jersey fresh tomatoes.
With extra cheese please, it was divine.

 We sat outside on the porch, with a light breeze and a beautiful view.
And what's that in front of us?? Well, I'm glad you asked...

 The hubs had Blueberry Buckle...

 and I had Black & White Creme Brulee, served warm, this is really good.

 On Friday night's they have live music playing in the bar.
If you look closely at this image, by the exit sign...
you might notice the hubs, doing what he said was a
"photo bomb"!!
I don't think he knows what that is!!

Fresh cut Sunflowers that greet you as you come and go...
This. place. is. awesome.
 

25 comments:

  1. Debbie, sounds like an great place for dinner with a view.. Your meals and desserts all look delicious! Have a happy day!

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  2. Very neat that they have so many porches! I think I'd like to try the pan seared chicken! Looks tasty.

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  3. Looks good, I would prefer the pasta.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  4. The pan seared chicken made my mouth water. I could almost taste it :) Looks like a lovely place for dinner.

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  5. looks like a great dinner for you!

    and if i'm ever in that area, i'm visiting YOU! :)

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  6. Debbie had a very romantic evening and a wonderful dinner.
    Oh, how I love pesto pasta, although I also like chicken.
    Greetings from Polish far.
    Lucia

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  7. Looks like a wonderful place! I want that blueberry buckle. :-)

    P.S. I think my scarf is going to be a cat blanket. :-)

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  8. I think that counts as a photo bomb. unless I don't know what one is, either. Unless the hubs is singing backup!

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  9. What a lovely place Debbie!The view is fantastic!!Your meals look so yummy!!The pasta and the Creme Brulee are my favorite!!Thank you for sharing!!
    Dimi...

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  10. Food looks great! Were there as many stairs as it appears in the photo? I'd have a problem with that, but may push it for that delicious food!

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  11. What an awesome place! Is it multi-story? The food looks fantastic!

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  12. What a cute photo bomb. :) That just cracks me up.
    What a pretty place and what yummy food. If I ever visit I will check it out.

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  13. Looks like a wonderful place to visit! So proud of the way you are working on your knitting and, BTW, I like the pom pom and your little box!
    I bet it was fun watching the movie on the beach!

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  14. It does look like a delightful place and of course the food looked exceptional.
    Blessings for suggesting another sweet place to visit someday.

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  15. Your photos are always so spectacular and the food photos had my mouth watering. I love creme brulee.

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  16. Dinner (and dessert) look scrumptious! But I am most impressed with your loving portrait. That's how hubby and I are. We need to take more pics like this. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  17. Dinner (and dessert) look scrumptious! But I am most impressed with your loving portrait. That's how hubby and I are. We need to take more pics like this. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  18. Oh, how I love Creme Brulee!!
    This looks like a great place, Debbie.
    Have a wonderful weekend.

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  19. Oh yes! What a wonderful restaurant! I doubt if I will ever get up that way, but I can recommend it to my sister. She might. She lives in Rye, NY.

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  20. I've been having fun with photo bombs, too! I love the restaurant, and the pesto, my fave!!!!
    Do the poor servers have an elevator?

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  21. What a place! The dinner and desserts must taste great to that view :)

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  22. How much A.P. has changed! - this place does look awesome, and it even serves what I call "real food" - wow! thanks for sharing, my friend!!!

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