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The White Lilac Inn, circa 1880, is located in a peaceful corner of Spring Lake NJ, just a stones throw from Wreck Pond, and only a few blocks to the Atlantic Ocean.

This Jersey shore bed and breakfast inn has eight charming air-conditioned guest rooms perfect for a relaxing getaway. Fireplaces in every room and wonderful modern amenities such as, private porches, double jacuzzi tubs and that step back in time to an unhurried atmosphere...yes, you can totally unwind! Experience the romance of the Victorian Treasure suite, where proposals are made and Honeymoons and Anniversaries celebrated.

Ziegfeld Follies girls frequented parties in the parlor This Seashore Victorian Bed and Breakfast offers a romantic setting for all occasions. Awake to the aroma of early coffee and linger over a delicious hot breakfast served in our garden room at intimate tables for two.

Hop off your bike and onto the sand for a relaxing day at the Spring Lake beach.Start your day with a bicycle ride to the Spring Lake beach, one of Monmouth Countyís most beautiful beaches. Stroll along the scenic two-mile boardwalk and breathe in the clean ocean air. No one ever seems to tire of the gently rolling waves or watching the marine birds floating in the sky. Sightseeing has only just begun! Tour our picturesque town with its tree- lined streets, elegant homes, unique village shops, award winning theater and fine and casual dining. You name itÖ the best is just around the corner! A visit to Spring Lake Historical Society Museum or the Sea Girt Light House is just minutes away.

Want more? Try canoeing on the Manasquan Reservoir, hiking at Allaire State Park, boating or deep sea fishing at the Belmar Marina or Horse Racing at Historic Monmouth Park! Play a round of golf at Spring Meadow or Bel-Aireís public golf courses or a game of tennis at Devine Park or Marucci Park. If shopping is your bag, donít miss The Irish Center, Urban Details, Kate & Company just to mention a few of our unique village boutiques. Nearby you can find Jersey Shore Premium Outlets and in Point Pleasant Beach; there is even an Antique Emporium.

The White Lilac Bed and Breakfast, a Spring Lake New Jersey Bed and Breakfast, is an easy destination from Manhattan, Philadelphia, Princeton and Atlantic City. Itís easy to see why guests keep returning to the White Lilac and Spring Lake for their Jersey Shore Vacation. Come discover the romance of a by-gone era and let the White Lilac Inn welcome you home at the end of each day!

The Bed and Breakfast's Garden Room in Spring Lake, NJ

Susan Spano of the New York Times writes, "The village of Spring Lake has been developed to a large extent by Irish-Americans as a resort of elegance in the 1870's, and remains one of the loveliest enclaves on the Jersey Shore.

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Succulent sushi, fusion cooking, sizzling hibachi specials, a children's menu and delicious discounts offer something for everyone at Yokohama, a new Japanese restaurant at 506 Brick Blvd., Brick, NJ.

The highest quality food preparation and customer service are the priorities at

Yokohama offers healthy, fresh food with unique touches, such as mango, strawberry and other special sauces for the sushi. Those are just a few of the examples of "fusion cooking," which refers to the preparation of hot and cold sauces, with the restaurant's secret ingredients, used for flavor, decoration and presentation on the sushi and hot dishes. Soups include miso, seafood, clam and

For hibachi fans, there is a dinner special for $40.95 per couple that includes soup, salad, steak, chicken, scallops, shrimp, vegetables, noodles, fried rice and ice cream. For $2 more, customers can substitute filet mignon instead of the steak. For $44.95 per couple, customers can enjoy a seafood hibachi special including salmon, lobster, shrimp and scallops, along with the noodles, rice, vegetables and ice

The restaurant, which opened on Aug. 8, has two and four person tables, in addition to seating for eight around each of the six hibachi tables. Customers can dine in or take out. Children's menu items are available in Bento boxes, which have dividers between the different types of food.

Yokohama is open seven days a week
BUSINESS HOURS:
Lunch: Mon - Sat 11:30 am - 2:30 pm
Dinner: Mon - Thurs 4:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Fri - Sat 4:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Sun: 3:00 pm - 9:30 pm