From Sea Bright's jumpin' night club Tradewinds to popular chains like Bradlees. There are a bunch of businesses and eateries the Jersey Shore misses dearly. See how many of these past establishments jog your memory. Oh, and the classic commercials are priceless. 

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    Ground Round

    The old time silent movies, never ending popcorn and peanuts and Bingo the Clown. The best!

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    Tradewinds Night Club - Sea Bright

    Check out this video from '93 of Bruce jumping on stage to jam with Clarance Clemons!

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    Bradlees

    The discount department store went bankrupt in 2000.

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    Stuff Yer Face - Long Branch

    Who could forget this jingle? The original New Brunswick location is still open.

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    Jim's Burger Haven - Hazlet

    Best burger in town!

    Stevie S. via Yelp
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    Caldor

    The "upscale discounter."

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    Two Guys

    At its peak, there were more than 100 Two Guys locations nationwide.

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    Bob Kislin's

    I always got my little league gear at Kislin's!

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    Sizzler

    Wow, this Sizzler commercial is so bad it's good!

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    Eatontown Drive-In

    RIP all drive-in theaters! The Delsea in Vineland is still going strong. I guess we'll have to get by with "movies on the beach."

    YouTube
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    Hook Line and Sinker Restaurant - Rumson

    How many weddings did you attend here?

    Pinterest
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    Steinbachs

    Once a staple of the original Seaview Square Mall. Fun fact: 94.3 The Point broadcast from Seaview Square Mall for years. Do you remember seeing us?

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    The Chowder Pot - Keyport

    The popular restaurant closed its doors on August 29, 1993 after 22 years of business.

    Lauren Jaeger, The Indpendent
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    Woolworth

    Dollar Days!

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    Cost Cutters

    I got all my school supplies here!

    YouTube
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    The Wiz

    Nobody beats him!