36 Hours in Asbury Park, NJ

“Asbury Park is a small seaside city on the New Jersey coast. It’s known for its sandy shore and beachfront boardwalk lined with shops, arcades and cafes. The city’s live music venues include the Stone Pony, which has hosted native New Jerseyans Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi, and the 1920s Paramount Theatre. The Silverball Museum’s video games, arcade games and pinball machines date from the 1930s to the present.”


10:00 am – Check-in to The Asbury Hotel

“The Asbury mashes up Asbury Park’s Victorian-era history, rock-n-roll present, and shiny future into a new kind of social hub. Inside The Asbury, our lobby is the action-filled center of the hotel with everything designed for perpetual motion.”

12:00 pm – Lunch at Mogo


1:00 pm – Check out Asbury Fresh


2:00 pm – Explore The Boardwalk


6:00 pm –Dinner at Stella Marina

On the Boardwalk in Asbury Park, New Jersey, it is the perfect spot for a lunch break or dinner after a day at the beach. Breathe in the sweet ocean air while dining on the boardwalk seating or enjoy a relaxed dinner in the casual dining room at Stella Marina Bar and Restaurant.


8:00 pm – Concert at The Stone Pony


9:00 am – Breakfast at Toast

Bustling cafe crafting homestyle breakfast, brunch & lunch classics in a rustic, brick-walled space.







10:00 am – Grab a Donut at Purple Glaze


12:00 pm – Lunch at Pasta Volo


Handmade pasta and house made sauces in a causal dining setting.







1:00 pm – Learn how to Surf at Summertime Surf School



4:00 pm – Grab a Cocktail at The Anchors Bend


7:00 pm – Dinner at Moonstruck


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