Irish Specialties Manasquan NJ

Irish cuisine is a style of cooking originating from Ireland or developed by Irish people. It evolved from centuries of social and political change. The cuisine takes its influence from the crops grown and animals farmed in its temperate climate. The introduction of the potato in the second half of the 16th century heavily influenced Ireland's cuisine thereafter and, as a result, is often closely associated with Ireland. Representative Irish dishes include Irish stewbacon and cabbageboxtycoddle, and colcannon. Irish Specialties Manasquan NJ.

In the 21st century, the usual modern selection of foods common to Western culture has been adopted in Ireland. Common meals include pizzacurryChinese food, Thai food, and lately, some West African dishes and East European (especially Polish) dishes have been making an appearance, as ingredients for these and other cuisines have become more widely available. Irish Specialties Manasquan NJ.

In tandem with these developments, and led by Myrtle Allen, the last quarter of the 20th century saw the emergence of a new Irish cuisine based on traditional ingredients handled in new ways. This cuisine is based on fresh vegetables, fish (especially salmon and trout), oystersmussels and other shellfish, traditional soda bread, the wide range of cheeses that are now being made across the country, and, of course, the potato. Traditional dishes, such as Irish stewcoddle, the Irish breakfast, and potato bread have enjoyed a resurgence in popularity. Schools like the Ballymaloe Cookery School have emerged to cater for the associated increased interest in cooking. Irish Specialties Manasquan NJ.

Fish and chips take-away is popular. The first fish and chips were sold in Dublin in the 1880s by an Italian immigrant from San Donato Val di Comino, Giuseppe Cervi. His wife Palma would ask customers 'Uno di questa, uno di quella?' This phrase (meaning 'one of this, one of the other') entered the vernacular in Dublin as 'one and one', which is still a common way of referring to fish and chips in the city. Irish Specialties Manasquan NJ.

In much of Ulster (especially Northern Ireland and County Donegal), fish and chips are usually known as a 'fish supper'. Irish Specialties Manasquan NJ.

The proliferation of fast food has led to increasing public health problems, including obesity, where it was reported that as many as 327,000 Irish children are now obese or overweight and in response the Irish Government is now considering introducing a "Fast Food Tax". Government efforts to combat obesity have also included television advertising campaigns and education programmes in schools. Irish Specialties Manasquan NJ.


 

Mailing Address:
401 Broadway
Point Pleasant Beach NJ 08742

Phone: 732-892-2090
Fax: 732-892-1776

Email: farrellspub@optonline.net

 

Directions:

South on the Garden State Parkway:

Take the Garden State Parkway to Exit 98. Follow Route 34 South Past the first traffic circle. At the Rt 70/34/35 traffic intersection, take Route 35 South, follow the signs to Point Pleasant Beach and you will cross the Manasquan River bridge. Take the first left hand turn just past the Exxon Station heading back to the bridge and make the right onto Broadway which heads directly towards the beach. Farrell’s is on your left hand side. Parking available in the lot in front of the restaurant. 

North on the Garden State Parkway:

Take the Garden State Parkway to exit 90, turn right at the exit ramp and follow to Route 70. Turn left on to Route 70 East, following signs to Route 88. Turn right on to Route 88 East and continue east until Route 88 in Point Pleasant Beach leads into Route 35 North. Turn right onto Broadway which heads directly towards the beach. 
Farrell’s is on your left hand side. Parking available in the lot in front of the restaurant. 

East on Route 195:

East to Exit 35. Continue on Route 34 South. At the Rt 70/34/35 traffic intersection, take Route 35 South, follow the signs to Point Pleasant Beach and you will cross the Manasquan River bridge. Take the first left hand turn just past the Exxon Station heading back to the bridge and make the right onto Broadway which heads directly towards the beach. Farrell’s is on your left hand side. Parking available in the lot in front of the restaurant.

 

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