First, where are you coming from? Second how far south are you looking to drive afterwards? Third, you should know if you only go to Red Bank, you are going to be extremely disappointed. Red Bank is small. Like really, really small. Maybe a few blocks and thats it. If you really like Kevin Smith, you'll get a kick out of his store for maybe 15 minutes. The store is pretty much every comic book store you've ever been in + a few movie props from his movies. That's it. Red Bank itself is an overpriced hipster town with really nothing to do but find a really expensive restaurant or if you plan your trip right, you can maybe find something going on at the Count Basie or The Two Rivers Theater right down the road or go to the Clearview Arthouse Cinema to see a movie that you've most likely never heard of. Afterwards you can say you saw a movie in a theater built in the early 70's that is still in operation today. The Broadway Diner is very popular down there too but it's pretty much a hole in the wall old diner with plates of greasy food. There's also about nine coffee houses, a store that is pretty cool called Funk & Standard (right across from Jay & Silent Bob's) thats part clothing, part bakery, part record shop, part arcade and a really expensive music store a few doors down called Jack's that sells old vinyl, instruments, and movies.
Originally Posted by almitysufx
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