There are few restaurants around the Jersey Shore that can count their success in decades...and soon there will be one less.

The iconic Memphis Pig Out on First Avenue in Atlantic Highlands is closing, marking the end of a 32-year run.

The Monmouth Journal reports the restaurant will close at the end of May. If you're hoping to keep a piece of the history, they also note that owners Connie and Mark Strassburg will be selling the infamous decorative pigs found throughout the restaurant.

Memphis Pig Out was one of the first real barbecue places at the Jersey Shore, and it certainly holds a lot of memories for people all around the Bayshore area.

Best of luck to the Strassburg family! That strawberry pie will certainly be missed!

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