Hotel Tides Restaurant & Bar, Asbury Park, NJ:
A Dining Review

Hotel Tides Restaurant & Bar, Asbury Park, NJ

Hotel Tides Restaurant & Bar

408 7th Ave
Asbury Park, NJ
732-897-7744
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Restaurant Highlights

Fare: New American

Price: Expensive

Food Quality: 3 Stars

Service: 3 Stars

Decor: 3 Stars

Overall Rating: 3 Stars

Note: Four star Rating System from 1/2 Star = Poor to Four stars = Best in Class

Their seasonally changing, innovative menu is well prepared using fresh local ingredients.

Quiet, romantic ambiance: Funky with a touch of sophistication.

Value: Excellent

Noise Level: Moderate

Dress: Casual

Recommended For: Diners who come to Asbury Park for it's festive setting but enjoy a quiet, romantic, white linen table, fine dining experience

Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer a high energy, trendy, casual dining experience.

Recommended dishes: When available, The Rack of Lamb with roasted root vegetables with sage and a cranberry demi glace; The Marichiatta with barramundi, calamari, mussels and clams in a spicy red sauce over squid ink tagliatelli; and The Hand Cut Strip Steak with creamed arugula crusted over triple cooked truffled potatoes.

Liquor: Full bar service featuring a selection of signature cocktails and an affordable wine list.



Restaurant Review

In a town noted for it's excellent variety of good restaurants, the Hotel Tides Restaurant and Bar is one of the best kept secrets in Asbury Park.

Located in a quiet residential street, four blocks from the beach, and away from the busting downtown and boardwalk area, It's set inside a restored boutique Victorian hotel.

Don't be put off by the weathered, white exterior of the hotel. Once you enter you will soon be surprised by it's charming, tastefully appointed ambiance.

The entrance is from the hotel lobby with upscale ambiance, stylish seating, a water fountain in the background, and an attractive small cozy, bar with the dining area in the back. The dining area has been partially restored and is highlighted by the 1920’s era pressed tin ceilings and ornate tin walls. Decor is funky with a touch of sophistication.

The ambiance is cozy and a great place for celebrating a quiet romantic occasion. It's one of the few white linen table " Old World Style" restaurants in Asbury Park.

The kitchen is run by Executive Chef - Jeff Parenty, a young, creative Jersey Shore native with a bright future. Chef Pantry received his formal culinary training at the Johnson & Wales University culinary school. His seasonally changing, innovative menu uses is well prepared using fresh local ingredients.

Service is well trained, friendly, attentive, and unobtrusive.

Parking is limited during the summer and you may have to drive around to find a spot near the restaurant.

The Hotel Tides Restaurant is open five days/week: Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday Dinner from 5:30pm-9:00pm. Friday & Saturday Dinner from 5:30pm-10:00pm
Happy Hour Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday from 5:00pm-7:00pm

(updated: December, 2016)


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