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St. Georges Pub - Brigantine

Sheree Bykofsky of "Joe’s Table for Two" recently visited St. George’s Pub in Brigantine New Jersey.

If you are in the mood for a clean, relaxing comfortable, local place with friendly service and interesting and dependably tasty food; St. George’s Pub is the place to go.

You can go to St. George’s for breakfast (on the weekend only), lunch or dinner. Some people go straight to the central island bar, relax with their beverages, hang out with the locals, watch TV and graze on great snacks. Many don’t realize that the pub is attached to a fine restaurant with its own entrance next door. Chef Ricardo, in his busy yet impeccably clean kitchen, can hold his head high with the best.

On any given day owner Jimmy Fowler can be found enjoying the establishment that he created with his wife Shirley. He will proudly tell you that “Everything is fresh – we do it the old-fashioned way; we make our own soups and sauces and we buy nothing pre- made.”

 He wasn’t lying. This week alone I enjoyed several of the specials of the day, namely Scallops å la Maryland covered with crabmeat imperial and a lovely beurre blanc sauce, and Blackened Mahi with Pineapple Habanero Glaze. It tasted like the seafood had recently jumped out of the water. I also had a homemade B.L.T that made me nostalgic for my Mom’s. My favorite thing on the daily menu is Fish and Chips, made with delicately fried fresh cod and served with perfectly sweet coleslaw, crispy french fries and tartar or cocktail sauce. Soft dinner rolls and butter complete the picture.

But wait. Mary’s homemade cheesecake with whipped cream, chocolate sauce and a side of cherry dipping sauce! That’s Mary right there, a talented pastry chef and a delightful waitress who, like everyone at St. George’s, seems actually to enjoy and take pride in her work.

During the week, the quaint restaurant at St. George’s is quiet and comforting. The pub side is open 24/7 with an all-day menu from 11:30 a.m until 1 a.m. with beverages and light bites around the clock.

I enjoy having business meetings there at lunch because my clients and I can sit with papers and hear each other clearly and never feel rushed.

If you are looking for entertainment, St. George’s Pub has trivia on Wednesdays; different performers each Friday during the summer, and karaoke on Saturdays. Check St. George’s Pub calendar on Facebook for the dates or just stop by about 9:30 p.m. and be surprised.

   

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