SEASIDE HEIGHTS – Experience a variety of dining by the beach and boardwalk with “A Taste of Seaside Heights” Restaurant Week from May 14 through 23.
From American to Mexican and Italian, Seaside Heights offers a diverse number a restaurant stretching from breakfast through dinner.
“Our dining options keep growing and we invite people to explore them,” Angie Lombardi, Chairman of the Board of the Seaside Heights Business Improvement District (SSHBID) said.
Restaurants participating in Restaurant Week will offer breakfast specials to upscale dining with a Prix Fixe menu.
“We are seeing a lot of new and revised dining experiences post-COVID in Seaside Heights,” Lombardi said.
Throughout Restaurant Week, a Veterans group will be benefiting from the event. If you purchase a featured Tito’s drink at participating restaurants serving alcohol, Tito’s Handmade Vodka will donate $2 to Rebuilding Warriors. Rebuilding Warriors provides highly-trained and socialized Service/Companion Dogs to veterans who are amputees or experiencing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
Diners are encouraged to post on social media a picture of themselves enjoying their meal with the hashtag #sshrestaurant and the hashtag for the restaurant. Diners can also enter in to win prizes on the Restaurant Week webpage, prizes include a $50 in restaurant gift cards and two free 2021 Seaside Heights daily beach badge coupons.
The SSHBID is the non-profit economic development organization that works at improving the business climate in Seaside Heights, attracting new businesses and assisting new businesses in locating and settling in the town. The organization works closely with borough government to those ends.
View the complete list of Seaside Heights restaurants a exit82.com. Other upcoming Seaside Heights events includes Arts and Crafts by the Sea on June 5 and then July 4 fireworks. After July 4 till the end of summer, a variety of free entertainment offerings will be available such as Tuesday night Kites in the Heights kite festivals, Wednesday night fireworks, movies on the beach, Boardwalk concerts and tribute band concerts on the beach.
“Not only do we have a selection of restaurants that will delight most appetites, but it is also convenient to stroll the beach or the Classic American Boardwalk and enjoy fresh ocean air, shopping, and a variety of amusements,” Michael Redpath, Executive Director of the SSHBID said.