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Report: Another Bar Proposed for Seaside Heights Boardwalk

SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NJ-Borough officials will hear testimony for an application to convert a portion of the Coin Castle Arcade into the “Midway Bar”.  First reported in the Brick Shorebeat, the project is a joint venture between the Storinos, owners of the Casino Pier and Coin Castle/Spicy’s Cantina owner, Wayne Cimorelli.

“The hearing is set for 6 p.m. Jan. 30 at the George E. Tompkins Municipal Complex, 901 Boulevard & Sherman Avenue,” Shorebeat reported.

The southern portion of the Coin Castle Arcade, where boardwalk games of chance now occupy the space, will be converted into restaurant and bar space.

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