Some of the most famous buildings at the Jersey Shore have some amazing history. Did you name this popular Monmouth County Building with just a few clues?

First, let's recap the clues that you were given in our latest installment of Name the Jersey Shore building.

(1) Mrs. Jay's

(2) February 8,1974

(3) A shirt inspired the name

Now, let's dig a little deeper.

(1) Mrs. Jay's. It was the name of the restaurant that occupied the spot before it became the legendary building it's known as now.

(2) February 8, 1974. It's the date that the doors officially opened on this iconic place.

(3) A shirt inspired the name. Many theories circulated regarding how this place got it's name, but the one that rings true involved a girl and a t-shirt with a horses on it.

Still can't name this legendary Jersey Shore location? What if I told you it was a place where stars have been, are and will be born in the music industry. Now you've got it, right? We're of course talking about Asbury Park's own Stone Pony!

(Photo by Liz Jeressi)
(Photo by Liz Jeressi)

How lucky are we to have a place of worldwide fame right here in our backyard? Their schedule is full this winter, so go enjoy some history soon!

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