Access Asbury: Accessible restaurants on the Asbury Park Boardwalk

Posted by Reeve Staff in Daily Dose on November 18, 2019 # Events

From the boardwalk to downtown, Asbury Park has many accessible restaurants for you to enjoy! Reeve Foundation Ambassador Scott Chesney visited these restaurants and reported back on their accessibility and more.

Langosta Lounge is an accessible eatery and bar with a classic Asbury Park music scene.Langosta Lounge
Langosta Lounge, the site of the Access Asbury’s first benefit event , is not only accessible, but famous in town for its laid back atmosphere and live music. It has easy access both from the boardwalk and a ramp near the street. Langosta Lounge offers all customers a warm experience of delicious food and excellent drinks. Come in for acoustic night and support local musicians!

Kim Marie's Eat & Drink Away
For a swashbuckling accessible experience, Kim Marie’s is the place to be! It’s located a block west of the boardwalk behind the Berkeley-Carteret Hotel, so it’s easy to reach from both parking and the beach. Featuring a pirate themed décor and Irish-American cuisine, this place is one of a kind. Bring the whole family for a true nautical experience at the Jersey Shore. Watch Reeve ambassador, Scott Chesney, sample Kim Marie’s cuisine and demonstrate the accessible features of the establishment.

Anchor’s Bend is an easily accessible casual bar & eatery located right off the Asbury Park beach.

The Anchor's Bend
Located in the Convention Hall, Anchor’s Bend is easily accessible. Customers can enjoy traditional bar food and drinks with views of the beach. In the summertime, Anchor’s Bend is home to Jams on the Sand, a free concert series on the beach. Individuals living with paralysis can see all the action clearly from the eatery’s outdoor pavilion and bar. This is a not-to-be-missed summertime scene!

Stella Marina has accessible seating both inside the establishment, as well as on their outdoor patio with an ocean view.

Stella Marina
For Italian cuisine and a view that can’t be beat, Stella Marina is the place. The first restaurant on the south side of the boardwalk, Stella Marina is one of the most easily accessible places in the area. It also has sizeable outdoor seating, so customers can have their pick of atmosphere.

The Iron Whale is a highly accessible bar and eatery with several seating options so everyone can have an enjoyable experience.The Iron Whale
A new addition to the Asbury Park Boardwalk, The Iron Whale is an accessible bar and eatery near Convention Hall. This means that it’s easily accessed from both the beach and the ramp-like entrance to the boardwalk from the street. Featuring a modern, nautical themed décor, the Iron Whale is a new hot spot for casual meals with an ocean view. It has several different seating options to accommodate all individuals including: tables, booths, half & half booths, and bar stools.

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