To celebrate National Seafood Month this June in Ocean County, we are looking at some of the best seafood dishes at the Anchor Inn. Located in Ocean Gate, the Anchor Inn has been serving the Ocean County community with tasty seafood for 50 years. The Anchor Inn is a throwback Shore seafood and steak restaurant catering to the Jersey Shore with fresh seafood. Here are five of the freshest seafood dishes at the Anchor Inn:
11oz Brazilian Lobster Tails served all year. There is also a winter special on Wednesdays for just $18.95.
2) Soft Shell Crabs
Fresh soft shell crabs that are local and in-season. Served fried or sautéed. Available in the 2 largest sizes – jumbos or whales.
Fresh hand-cut fluke sautéed in lemon wine sauce. A great choice for lunch or dinner!
4) Oysters Rockefeller
The perfect appetizer for any meal at the Anchor Inn!
Fresh grouper baked in oven and topped with fresh vegetables.
The Anchor Inn is an Ocean County family-owned bar and restaurant. Serving the Ocean Gate and Bayville communities, they boast a casual family and kid-friendly atmosphere. They serve large portions of food at reasonable prices. All of their meals include salad bar. They also have a bar that caters to local sports fans.
John Cunningham, a loyal customer for over 30 years, explains his love for the Anchor Inn:
My wife Sue and I have been going to the Anchor Inn since 1983. It is a family run place and they make you feel like you are part of their family. If you do not see it on the menu just ask Cass, or Frankie Golda and they will make it for you. My family loves all the food, however our favorites are the thin crust pizza, Delmonico steaks, and the fresh seafood. It is a great place to hang out at the bar with friends – Tricia Golda and Tammy Matthias can make you any drink.
The Anchor Inn is open 6 Days a week (Tuesdays through Sundays) for lunch and dinner. They also have local entertainment performing on Saturday nights. Visit the Anchor Inn at 400 Ocean Gate Ave in Ocean Gate, NJ. Call the Anchor Inn at (732) 269-3510 and “like” their Facebook page.
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