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Eatontown is in Monmouth County, New Jersey.


Eatontown Historical Museum

Eatontown was formed in 1670. Thomas Eaton (after whom the town is named) surveyed the area and constructed a grist mill in present-day Wampum Lake Park. The town has grown considerably, since then, as a middle-class suburb in Monmouth County. It is home to Monmouth Mall and Fort Monmouth.

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Map of Eatontown


  • 1 Eatontown Historical Museum, 75 Broad St, +1 732-542-4026. 1-4PM (first Sunday of each month). Featuring artifacts dating back to over a century ago. Private tours available by appointment.




  • 1 All Seasons Diner, 176 Wyckoff Rd (on the corner of Route 36 and Wyckoff Road), +1 732-542-9462. Su-Th 6AM-11PM, F Sa 6AM-midnight. An elegant Greek diner opened in 1988. Great food and drinks, comfy seats, and beautiful decor. The family that operates the diner opened a second location (aptly named All Seasons Diner II) in nearby Freehold.
  • 2 Belo Pizzeria, 17 Broad St, +1 732-544-1333. M-Sa 11AM-9PM.
  • 3 Rise and Shine Diner, 14 Main St, +1 732-542-8042. 6AM-1PM.




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Routes through Eatontown
RahwayShrewsbury  N  S  NeptuneSeaside Heights
New BrunswickColts Neck  NW  SE  Asbury ParkWall

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