16 Stores and Restaurants We Wish Were Still at the Jersey Shore
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.
The old time silent movies, never ending popcorn and peanuts and Bingo the Clown. The best!
Tradewinds Night Club – Sea Bright
Check out this video from ’93 of Bruce jumping on stage to jam with Clarance Clemons!
The discount department store went bankrupt in 2000.
Stuff Yer Face – Long Branch
Who could forget this jingle? The original New Brunswick location is still open.
Jim’s Burger Haven – Hazlet
Best burger in town!
The “upscale discounter.”
At its peak, there were more than 100 Two Guys locations nationwide.
I always got my little league gear at Kislin’s!
Wow, this Sizzler commercial is so bad it’s good!
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.”
Hook Line and Sinker Restaurant – Rumson
How many weddings did you attend here?
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?
The Chowder Pot – Keyport
The popular restaurant closed its doors on August 29, 1993 after 22 years of business.
I got all my school supplies here!
Nobody beats him!