Tim McLoone's Supper Club, Asbury Park, NJ:
A Restaurant Review

Tim McLoone's Supper Club, Asbury Park, NJ
Tim McLoone's Supper Club
1200 Ocean Avenue
Asbury Park, NJ
732-774-1155
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Restaurant Highlights

Fare: New American

Price: Expensive

Food Quality: 1 1/2 Stars

Service: 2 Stars

Decor: 3 Stars

Overall Rating: 2 Stars

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

Fills a need for attractive decor with "Old World" style supper club ambiance

Scenic beach front ocean views

Value:  Good

Noise Level:  Moderate - High

Dress:  Casual

Recommended For:  Older diners who enjoy an "Old World" supper club experience

Not Recommended For:  Millenials who enjoy contemporary entertainment or budget conscious diners who prefer heavy sauce food preparations served in large portions.

Recommended dishes:  When available, The Dry Aged Beef Filet with spinach, black truffle butter, and crispy mashed potato; and The NJ Caught Mahi Mahi with haricot verts, mashed potato, lemon sauce, and tomato comfit.

Liquor: Full Bar service



Restaurant Review

Tim Mcloone's Supper Club, located on the boardwalk beach front, upstairs from the Mcloone's Asbury Grille, is an upscale theatre in the round restaurant and supper club with live music reminiscent of the popular clubs in New York in the 1930s and '40s.

It's best enjoyed by people who enjoy dining and and dancing and shows by performers that appeal to the 50+ crowd.

In warmer months, diners can sit on the balcony with an excellent ocean view.

While the food is satisfactory, the reason to come to this restaurant is for the live entertainment with sit down dinner service.

As a music venue, it is excellent with good sound mix, and video screens of the band playing, though depending on the band the sound can be very high and for conversation you may have to shout of the sound of the music.

Seating is up front close to the stage. However, tables are packed close together.

The restaurant, open for dinner from Thursday to Saturday, features an all-organic menu , limited menu, that uses local Jersey-produced ingredients whenever possible.

They are open for New Year's Eve and offer a four course prix fixe menu, which also includes party favors and a complimentary champagne toast at midnight.

(updated: December, 2016)


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