I hope you and your loved ones are having a successful 2022. As you know, times right now are extremely unique and tough for many. If you are battling through hardships, keep your head up, good things will come!

If this helps, warm weather and another Jersey Shore summer will be here before you know it. Life is simply better when it's 80 degrees and sunny, haha!

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With that, tough news coming out of the Wall Township/ Sea Girt area. After a handful of successful years, The Coal House on Rt. 35 will be closing its doors for good. The news unexpectedly broke after customers were trying to dine in at the location in Sea Girt Square. The doors were locked and there was a note that read:

To all our great customers - Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control we are closing. We would like to thank all of our great guests for the loyal support the past four years, and we will never forget you!

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It's tough seeing this place go. The staff was very friendly and the food was delicious. Most importantly, the owner, Lou, was a well-liked guy around the community. I wish him great luck in the future...

Are you shocked to see this place go?

Transitioning, these places might not be known for having the Jersey Shore's "best pizza" but they have some of the best reputations. We are all very thankful for these locally-owned restaurants. All of the locations below offer great food and they have built a tremendous following throughout the years...

Some of these spots have been around for years and I know many of us will continue to support these locations.

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Am I missing any spots?! What would your list look like? COMMENT & SHARE - I would love to know your opinion... See below!

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