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Asbury Park travel guide

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You're Going to Love Asbury Park

Made famous by Bruce Springsteen, Asbury Park, New Jersey, is a coastal resort on the rise. In the past 15 years, the city has come into its own, making the most of beautiful 19th-century architecture, a booming arts scene and, of course, the Atlantic Coast.

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When to Visit Asbury Park

Asbury Park is at its best between July and late September, when the temperatures are warm enough to swim, and the town's cultural calendar is at its busiest.

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How to Get to Asbury Park

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Where to Stay in Asbury Park

The Empress Hotel and the Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel are both great options near the boardwalk.

Popular Neighborhoods in Asbury Park

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The Cost of Living in Asbury Park

Shopping Streets

If you want to pick up souvenirs, head down to the Boardwalk, specifically stores like the Asbury Galleria (with its memorabilia collection) and jewelry boutiques like Carla Gizzi.

Groceries and Other

Local supermarkets include QuickChek, Costco, and Wegmans, where 12 eggs will cost around $1.90.

Where to Eat in Asbury Park

Italian food is (unsurprisingly) king in Asbury Park. You'll find fantastic pasta and fish options at Moonstruck, great pizza at Porta, and great food by the sea at Stella Marina Bar and Restaurant. Meals usually cost no more than $20 - $25.

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