WaveLength is a private tutoring service, based in Monmouth County, NJ. Our in home lessons are tailored to the personal strengths and goals of our clients. We focus primarily on SAT prep, but also offer subject tutoring to all ages as well as private guidance counseling.
Creative opportunities are everywhere inside Pink Elephant Pottery Studio. Shelves brim with unadorned pottery, including plates, cups, statuettes, and other items. Nearby, paints and brushes wait to bring different designs to life. The studio's artistic staffers gladly help paint and teach new techniques. Of course, there's no one approach to the pottery. Visitors are free to paint elephants pink, green, yellow, or how they look in real life: striped like a zebra.
Founded in 1989, East Coast Energy Products has been dedicated to staying on top of the latest technologies and trends for heating alternatives from gas stoves to barbeques. We provide our customers with top-quality products, along with unparalleled information and assistance.
Though they all share the same name, all eight of McLoone's Restaurants' locations have their own interior charm. With dining rooms adjacent to off-track betting facilities, McLoone’s Woodbridge Grille and McLoone’s Bayonne Grille are peppered with an energetic ambiance that fills their brightly colored spaces. Televisions at every table keep diners abreast of the results of each race, and the big screens plastered around the restaurants also broadcast NFL, MLB, and college games. Like an indecisive bride’s wedding, each location’s bistro-style menu includes both casual and elegant dishes, from seasoned thai chicken wings and Black Angus burgers to new york strip steak and mango salmon.
The verdant displays of flowers, plants, and seasonal, locally grown produce at Gold Coast Landscape & Garden Center form a veritable feast for the senses. Trees, perennials, and annuals from growers such as Overdevest Nurseries, Monrovia, and Endless Summer fill the center’s many planters and pots, sharing space with in-season tomatoes and strawberries. The gardening staff helps visitors to create their own vegetable gardens with these tasty fruits and can even lend their expertise to designing backyard ponds. Inside, a farm market further piques appetites with its selection of steaks, salad dressings, and gourmet cheeses freshly picked from the tree.
Pearl of Lisbon surrounds its guests with glowing lanterns, built-in wine racks, and oil paintings of castles reminiscent of its namesake city while filling plates with traditional Portuguese dishes from a two-part menu. Once seated indoors or outside beneath the grapevine-shaded patio, guests can dine on grilled prawns in a spicy mozambique sauce ($20.95) or flambéed portuguese sausage ($10.95). Daily specials keep things fresh, making use of whatever fresh seafood the chefs could barter that day from entrepreneurial mermen.