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Asbury Park Boardwalk

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The boardwalk was mostly a desolate site, until it became the hot spot for grabbing a bite to eat in the late aughts. For decades, the only draw to the city's waterfront at night was a handful of live music venues, most famously the Stone Pony. That began changing in 2007, when an extensive restoration of the Paramount Theatre and Convention Hall began. Restaurants soon followed. Tim McLoone, who had a track record of restaurant success in nearby Sea Bright and Long Branch, was one of the first to open an eatery on the revamped boardwalk, with Langosta Lounge, Stella Marina and others following. –Sharon Waters

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