Fare: New American
Food Quality: Well executed menu featuring seafood and steaks.
Service: Inconsistent, though, friendly & attentive.
Ambiance: Upscale, cozy, romantic, with a "Casablanca" vibe.
Overall Rating: 2 1/2 stars
Note: Four star Rating System from 1/2 Star = poor to 4 stars = Best in Class
Noise Level: Moderate
Dress: Upscale Casual
Recommended For: Diners looking for an elegant, attractive, fine dining restaurant to celebrate a special occasion.
Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer a casual dining setting with traditional American food at a more affordable price
Recommended dishes: When available, The Lobster Glazed Halibut; The Australian Rack of Lamb: and the 16 oz Ribeye.
Liquor: Full-service bar
Note: The Raven and The Peach is temporarily closed until end of January 2021 while they remodel their dining room.
The Raven and the Peach is an upscale, special occasion restaurant, a popular spot for romantic occasions, birthday parties, and entertaining business clients.
Prior to the remodeling, the ambiance/decor has been upscale with ceiling fans, dark woods, potted plants, much like "Casablanca", in a comfortable, cozy setting. It is custom-made chairs and tables sit at reasonable intervals for an intimate dining experience.
The kitchen is run by Executive Chef Megan LaManna. Chef LaManna received her formal culinary education at the Asbury Park Culinary School.
Prior to coming to the Raven and the Peach, she was the executive chef of B2 Bistro, in Point Pleasant Beach.
On Friday and Saturday evenings, the Raven and the Peach has live entertainment by a piano player, and a vocalist in the bar area with a touch of old school supper club vibe
Open 7 days/week. Valet Parking is available
(updated: December 2020)
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