Jersey Shore Bars You Should Visit
You’ve been waiting for it since you planned your trip. You walk down the shore, maybe with friends, your loved one, or just on your own and look for a place to grab an adult drink. You want to be around like-minded people who just want to have a good time, just like you.
What’s great about Jersey Shore bars and what sets them apart from other bars in the state are the memories that will be made there that will last a lifetime. My mom met my dad at a place called The Chatterbox in Seaside Heights. It may not be here anymore, but if it weren’t for the Chatterbox, I wouldn’t be here writing this.
Many drinking establishments have been around for so long, like the Stone Pony, that memories have been created for generations. In fact, if Bruce were to happen, this could be his third generation. Either way, if you decide to hit the Pony, you won’t be disappointed, both for the company and the story. You might even see Mike Rocket playing my song.
The Stone Pony is just one of many great bars on the Jersey Shore where you have to stop. Here are some of the others according to my listeners, followed by Facebook and Twitter
Patricia Tyson Purk
We love going to Bar Anticipation in Belmar. It’s a great place with 15 bars. In the summer we like to sit at the gazebo.
Bar of wonders
The ocean walk
Beachcomber… especially when Big Bang Baby plays it!
Captain’s Inn Tiki Bar
Salty Beach Bar. Lake Como
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