Jersey Shore bars to visit
This is what you’ve been waiting for since you planned your trip. You’re walking down the coast, maybe with some friends, your special someone or just by yourself, looking for a place to get an adult drink. You want to be with like-minded people who just want to have a great time, just like you.
What’s great about Jersey Shore bars, and what sets them apart from other bars across the state, are the memories that are made and will last a lifetime. My mom met my dad at a place called The Chatterbox in Seaside Heights. It may not be there anymore, but if Chatterbox hadn’t existed I wouldn’t be here to write this.
Many of the drinking establishments have been there for as long as the Stone Pony has that memories have been created for generations. Should Bruce actually show up, this could be his third generation. Anyhow, if you decide to meet the pony you won’t be disappointed, for both the company and the story. You might even see Mike Rocket playing my song.
The Stone Pony is just one of the many great Jersey Coast bars to visit. Here are some of the others according to my listeners, Facebook and Twitter
Patricia Tyson Purks
We like going to Bar Anticipation in Belmar. It’s a great place with 15 bars. In summer we like to sit in the gazebo.
The Ocean Drive
Beachcomber…especially when Big Bang Baby is playing there!
Captain’s Inn Tiki Bar
Salty’s beach bar. Lake Como
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