709 Point Beach
A Point Pleasant, NJ Restaurant Review
709 Point Beach Restaurant
709 Arnold Ave
Point Pleasant, NJ
Fare: New American
Note: Four star Rating System from
"no stars" = poor to
Four stars = Best in Class
The ambiance is trendy, upscale, and energetic.
Excellent Happy Hour, with good specials and friendly bartenders.
The quality of food and service, except for the bartenders, is well below their standard for decor and ambiance.
Noise Level: High during peak times
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy an energetic bar scene with upscale, trendy ambiance.
Not Recommended For: Budget conscious diners who enjoy well prepared food and attentive service.
Recommended dishes: When available, Old Bay Shrimp & Garlic Tagliatelle; The Pan Seared Salmon; and The Australian Rack of Lamb.
Liquor: Full Service Bar with an extensive wine list and specialty cocktails. Bar scene is vibrant.
The 709 Point Beach restaurant is one of the trendiest restaurants on the Ocean County Jersey Shore region.
This is a restaurant with a lively bar scene, that's popular with the 25 -45 aged crowd as a meet-up spot with friends.
The restaurants interior is attractively decorated with an unusual array of large glass enclosed, lit, bubbling water, room dividers that change colors. The main dining room is has a modern feel with hardwood floors, high ceilings, a gas fireplace and neatly pocket folded paper napkins.
At 709 Point Beach you will not find high end, fine dining, attentive service, and tables set with fine china and linens.
The menu offers a limited variety of choices and features a range of menu items from pizza, sliders, sushi, and some popular comfort food items. Rather than the traditional bread basket, the dinner starts with a presentation of soft, warm pretzels and a choice of 3 dippings.
The menu is limited with many small portions prepared without heavy sauces that overwhelm the taste of fresh ingredients
The attractive and lively bar includes a sushi and raw bar, high tables, and booths.
The second floor, "The Living Room", is a 10,000 sq. ft. attractive dining area with a separate kitchen, full service bar, a fireplace, and a terrace with outdoor seating. In the warmer months, the outdoor seating provides an added option to enjoy drinks and dining.
709 Point Beach is open seven days/week
For Lunch Monday - Thursday 12 noon- 5pm, Friday and Saturday 12pm to 5pm , Sunday Lunch 12 noon - 5pm
For Dinner Monday - Thursday, 5pm to 10pm, Friday and Saturday 5pm - 11pm, Sunday 5pm to 9pm
(updated March, 2016)
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