It feels like it has been a really long time because it has been really long time. If you're ready to get out there and be with people this St. Patrick's Day, then Kelly's is the place to be.
Shannon and I are so happy to be broadcasting our morning show live this morning from Kelly's Tavern in Neptune City, one of the premiers of St. Patrick's Day party places at the Jersey Shore.
Keep in mind the doors open at 7:00 am and that's when the party begins. How great is it going to be to dig into all that great Kelly's food, and maybe even an early morning adult beverage, all in the name of St. Patrick's Day of course.
And we will be here all morning long, doing the show live and celebrating a Jersey Shore St. Patrick's Day with you, and we are looking forward to it more this year than ever before.
We'd love you to come out and be part of the Jersey Shore Morning Show with us. Remember, even though you'll hear us first ting tomorrow morning, the doors at Kelly's Tavern do not open until 7:00am.
I'm ready for a Reuben and an undisclosed beverage, and I hope you are, too. Let's get ready to have the fun kind of St. Patrick's Day we were so used to having before the world turned upside down.
See you when you get here!
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