Another sign we are getting closer to spring is the re-opening businesses in some of our beach communities here in Ocean County. Once we begin to see the lights back on in places like Point Pleasant Beach, Seaside Heights, Seaside Park, Lavallette, Ortley Beach, Ship Bottom, Beach Haven, Manahawkin, Tuckerton etc. we begin to feel closer to spring and then summer.

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Like we mentioned recently, the Ocean County St. Patrick’s Day Parade is like our unofficial kickoff to spring. The parade is coming on Saturday, March 12th in Seaside Heights. Well one week earlier a yummy return will take place in Seaside Heights on March the 5th.

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Saturday, March 5th Beach Tacos 🌮 will re-open in Seaside Heights. Delicious and a reminder spring/summer are coming. Beach Taco will re-open for the season. So the countdown is on and a week from Saturday it will be time for tacos at the beach in Seaside Heights. Beach Tacos in Seaside Heights will be open Wednesday thru Sunday beginning Saturday, March 5th, 2022.

 

 

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I must admit I do enjoy tacos and I prefer “soft” tacos but love both varieties. I wouldn’t say I like the hottest sauce available, but I prefer something between mild and fire 🔥 lol somewhere between kinda hot to pretty hot lol how about you? What’s your favorites when it comes to Mexican grill?

Think it makes us all crave a nice sunny day when we see beach businesses re-opening. I was recently in Seaside Heights and it was cold and snowing lightly and even though its cool to have the town to yourself, it will be nice to see the lights back on very soon. Of course delicious food never hurts as well lol.

 

 

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