Fun-Flavored Asbury Ale House Offers Great Times and Fantastic Food
A New Jersey ale house is set to get 2020 off to a flying start as it marks its fifth year of trading.
The Asbury Ale House Sports Bar & Grille, founded and run by the local Gullace family, since 2015, was the first sports-themed bar to open in Asbury Park, a rejuvenated beach town located at the top of the famous Jersey Shore that cultivated legendary musicians like Bruce Springsteen.
Located over 8,000 sqft at the landmark Steinbach Department Store, the Gullace family have worked hard in a short space of time to it a stand-out bar that unites the whole community.
Key to its success is that the family decided to create a fun, family-friendly atmosphere for not only sports fans, but for families and people from all walks of life.
Their Gastropub menu, designed by renowned Chef Steve Johnson, will amaze diners with the subtle combination of local and international flavours.
Mr Johnson brings a wealth of culinary knowledge to the Asbury Ale House, having recently been executive chef of Charlies of Bayhead and owner of eliteculinary.com. He has operated his Personal Chef Service catering and cooking for clients and families on the East Coast.
The bar also features a staggering 60 different draft beers on tap all year long and on constant rotation thanks to collaborations with local microbreweries.
It is also welcoming to families as their children can play vintage arcade games such as Basketball, Air Hockey, Shuffleboard and Big Buck.
"Our games will keep the children entertained, while their parents can watch their favorite sporting events on our massive HD TV Walls. Or they can simply experience what the Asbury Ale House has to offer," said Chris Gullace.
The bar, based at 531 Cookman Ave, also hosts live entertainment, such as trivia and music bingo, during the week while diners and drinkers can dance the night away with their Dueling DJs every Friday and Saturday Night.
If you're looking for an ideal place to host your birthday party, then why not contact Asbury Ale House offers a 3-hour happy hour window for you and your friends to celebrate (10 people minimum).
The bar can also host reunions, graduations, anniversaries, or any private events. It can accommodate groups as large as 200 guests.
For more information, contact the bar on 732-455-3808, or visit their website https://asburyalehouse.com.
CONTACT: Chris Gullace
Asbury Ale House
531 Cookman Ave.
Asbury Park, NJ 07712
Found in 2015 the Gullace Family opened the first Sports Bar in Asbury Park, a rejuvenated beach town located at the top of the famous Jersey Shore that cultivated legendary musicians such as Bruce Springsteen. With an 8,000 square foot business inside the landmark Steinbach Department Store the Gullace family decided to make a fun, family friendly atmosphere for not only sports fans, but for all walks of life. With our Gastro Pub Menu designed by renowned Chef Steve Johnson you will be amazed by the flavors that will be coming out of our kitchen. Lets also not forget why we are called an Ale House. We carry in house over 60 different draft beers on tap all year long. With a constant rotation of local micro brews you will never get bored with our draft list. Bring in your children to play our vintage arcade games such as Basketball, Air Hockey, Shuffleboard and Big Buck. Our games will keep them entertained while you watch your favorite sporting events on our massive HD TV Walls. Finally finish off your night with our live entertainment such as Trivia and Music Bingo during the week then dance the night away with our Dueling DJs every Friday and Saturday Night. Our family can’t wait to welcome you to the Asbury Ale House.
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