Fare: American Traditional
Food Quality: 2 1/2 Stars
Service: 3 Stars
Decor: 3 Stars
Overall Rating: 2 1/2 Stars
Note: Four star Rating System from 1/2 Star = poor to Four Stars = Best in Class
Scenic waterfront views of the Navesink River and Marina
Their Sunday brunch is exceptional and very popular, especially on Easter Sunday and Mother's Day.
Noise Level: Moderate
Dress: Upscale Casual, Jackets preferred
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy fine dining with old world style service and decor, and a scenic waterfront view.
Not Recommended For: Diners who may prefer more casual dining in a less formal setting with lighter fare.
Recommended dishes: When available, New Zealand Rack of Lamb with Parmesan-Basil Encrusted, Sweet Potato Mash, Roasted Demi-Glaze; Herb Tuna, a Pan-Seared Center Cut Sushi Grade Tuna, with a Lemon Herb Crust; and Filet Mignon, Bleu Cheese Scallop Potato Tower, Port Wine Reduction.
Liquor: Good selection of reasonably priced wines and specialty cocktails.
The Molly pitcher Inn, located in an historic landmark hotel on the bank of the Navesink River, appeals to diners who enjoy Old World Style fine dining.
Popular with an older, 55+ crowd, the dining room decor is on the formal side with crystal chandeliers, imported Italian chairs, carpeting, tables set with white linen and fine china ---- and a beautiful waterfront view of the Navesink River.
While waiting for a table, have a pre-dinner drink at the cocktail lounge, decor is rich dark mahogany, in a comfortable setting.
The menu selections are American traditional prepared with fresh ingredients.
Their Sunday brunch is exceptional and very popular, especially on Easter Sunday and Mother's Day ---- Book early
It's a good place to celebrate a special occasion with family or friends.
The service is professional, old world - formal.
(updated: October, 2016)
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