Midtown oyster bar Anderton's East may have gone the way of Davy Jones' locker in late 2005, but the famous ship-shaped bar didn't sink with the store. Instead, it sailed into the hands of Midtown interior designer Jim Marshall.
The ship and other vestiges of Anderton's are at the Cove, Marshall's new oyster bar located in the old Beer Joint building at 2559 Broad Avenue.
Home Cooking; closed on Sundays.
Serves ribs, smoked hot wings, pulled pork sandwiches, chicken, turkey, and nachos. Offers both pork and beef barbecue.
Now under new ownership, this 23-year-old eatery serves authentic Mexican cuisine; one specialty is the build-your-own quesadilla.
Eggs florentine, Spanish omelets, and chicken pot pie are among menu items, along with sandwiches, wraps, and burgers; also Sun. brunch.
Specializes in steaks, seafood, and pasta.
Pub/Sports Bar cuisine, 21+ only.
Classic American grill with Italian influence, Bardog offers pasta specialties such as Grandma's NJ Meatballs, as well as salads, sandwiches,sliders, and daily specials.
Classic American grill with Italian influence, Bardog offers pasta specialties such as Grandma’s NJ Meatballs, as well as salads, sliders, sandwiches, and daily specials.