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Brick May Offer New Liquor License to New Laurel Square Tenant

In a recent “Facebook Live” session, Brick Mayor John Ducey gave residents a hint of two new projects involving liquor licenses within the township.

First, Ducey said a food store tenant who is moving into the now vacant former Pathmark space at Laurel Square could be in the market for a liquor license.

“We’re waiting for confirmation whether or not the food store wants a liquor license, if they do we’ll put one out for sale, it will fill two of the store fronts at the former Laurel Square Pathmark,” Ducey said.

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Ducey also hinted that a new restaurant could soon occupy the former Joe’s Crab Shack restaurant at the Brick Plaza.

“They¬†[New Pathmark Tenants] did contact some people in town to see if they were selling them,” Ducey said.

Ducey said the tenants also contacted the owners of the license belonging to Joe’s Crab Shack, but were rejected because they have plans to open a new restaurant at the site, utilizing that liquor license.

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