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Second Ave., Highland Park(732) 846-2232(click on “Open Mic”)COMEDY CLUB Winner Stress Factory90 Church St., New Brunswick(732) 545-4242Edgy comics such as Chris Rock and Dave Attell have quipped at this club, and Ray Romano and Denis Leary also amused audiences during their salad days.

It is one of the last surviving comedy stops in the state, with an irreverent name to match its irreverent entertainment.

While the open jam goes on hiatus through the summer, it’ll be back riffing on Thursdays in the autumn.

You can find secluded hangouts just off the Parkway, the state’s best Reuben at a Shore bar, a mechanical bull minutes from Route 22 and Italian grandma-worthy broccoli rabe at a bowling alley.For the most caloric bang for your buck, order the triple sliders, cheeseburgers, pulled pork or French dip sandwiches for .Second Place Bar Anticipation703-5 16th Ave., Belmar(732) 681-7422Third Place Mc Govern’s58 New St., Newark(973) 643-3984ROCK CLUB Winner The Stone Pony913 Ocean Ave., Asbury Park(732) 502-0600This landmark opened its doors in 1974, when the city of Asbury Park was struggling but the rock scene was lively.Second Place Maxwell’s1039 Washington St., Hoboken(201) 653-1703Third Place Starland Ballroom570 Jernee Mill Road, Sayreville(732) 238-5500OPEN MIKE Winner The Stone Pony913 Ocean Ave., Asbury Park(732) 502-0600Take the stage where the Boss once jammed.Well, maybe not the exact same stage, since the club has been renovated through the years.On Thursday nights, Keith Mc Carthy and Lindsey Miller of the group Sunday Blues host an acoustic singer-songwriter showcase, with occasional guest artists.

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