Only 19 days left until Spring!

It's that time of year when you can literally feel the weather doing its best to warm up.  We've been having a mix of spring-like days, and freezing weather here at the Jersey Shore, which means the real deal isn't too far away.

I don't know about you, but one of my favorite things to do once the weather warms up is to drink at the awesome outdoor bars in our neighborhood.  The Jersey Shore is home to so many fun ones too.

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These places have good food, good drinks, and aren't too far from the beach!  What more could you ask for (besides for the warmer weather to hurry on up).  There's something that just hits differently about drinking a strawberry margarita and diving headfirst into a plate of nachos outdoors.  I know we are all DONE being inside (especially after the events that have happened over the past couple of years).  Nothing is better than feeling the sun on your skin, and that nice ocean breeze.

As soon as the weather hits that sweet 60° mark, these are the outdoor bars I will be running to here at the Jersey Shore.  It's even more fun once the sun starts to set late, and we can enjoy those amazing Jersey Shore Summer nights at these favorite local spots. They've got good food, good drinks, and good vibes. Should I save you a seat?

How many of these bars have you been to?  Did any of your favorites make the list?

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