We hope you are all living it up this Local Summer and hitting all those hot spots that you love because by now, there really should only be locals around.

But his is definitely something that, as sad as it is, is important to keep in mind: A lot of our Jersey Shore favorites do not stay open year round. (We know....cue the ugly cryūüė≠ūüė≠)

So take a look at when your Jersey Shore favorite will be closing so you can be sure to stop by one last time!

9th Ave. Pier, Belmar: Open through the end of September, depending on weather.

Avon Pavilion, Avon: Closed Sept. 12

Biggy's Beach Grill, North Beach Haven: Closes Oct. 6

Bird and Betty's, Beach Haven: Closes Oct. 27

Black-Eyed Susans, Harvey Cedars: Closes in mid-October

Boulevard Clams, Surf City: Closed Sept. 15

Dom's Drive-in, Beach Haven: Closes Oct. 15

The Food Shack, Point Pleasant Beach: Closes Oct. 27, weather permitting

Gazebo Grill & Sushi Bar, Beach Haven: Open through the first week of October

Howard's Restaurant, Beach Haven Gardens: Open through Columbus Day weekend

Lenny and John's Subs, Beach Haven: Closes Oct. 6

Mud City Crabhouse, Stafford: Closes Dec. 8

Parker's Garage & Oyster Saloon, Beach Haven: Closes Oct. 6

Red's Lobster Pot, Point Pleasant Beach: Closes Sept. 22

Sea Dogs Grille, Barnegat: Closed, will reopen Mother's Day weekend 2020

Ship Bottom Shellfish, Ship Bottom: Closes Oct. 13

Stewart's Root Beer, Point Pleasant Beach: Closes mid-October

Strollo's Lighthouse Italian Ice, various locations: Dates not yet announced and closures vary by location, but last year's dates were between early September for the Point Pleasant Beach store and the end of October in Red Bank.

The Beach House, North Beach Haven: Closes Oct. 5

The Boatyard, Stafford: Closing dependent on weather.

The Boondocks Fishery, Red Bank: Closes Sept. 19

The Chicken or the Egg, Beach Haven: Closes Oct. 27

The Sandbox Cafe, Surf City: Closes Dec. 1. The Ship Bottom location is closed.

Viking Fresh Off the Hook, Barnegat Light: Closed Sept. 15

Woodie's Drive-in, Ship Bottom: Closing the end of October

I know....reading that list MUST have been painful. But now that you know the harsh truth, you can visit a few of your favorites one last time and emotionally prepare for when that horrid day comes.

Take a look at the original article at APP.com.

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