SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NJ – The COVID-19 crisis and Governor Phil Murphy are continuing to hit New Jersey’s shore-based and boardwalk businesses pretty hard. Spicy’s Cantina and the adjacent arcade, Coin Castle are both owned by Wayne Cimorelli, somewhat of an icon here at the Jersey Shore. Cimorelli runs the Mexican themed restaurant that is unique in that is has a 2nd floor balcony overlooking the boardwalk, beach and Atlantic Ocean.
It’s one of our favorite spots at the Jersey Shore here in Ocean County and Cimorelli announced outdoor dining is now open.
“We are now open for out door seating for upstairs and downstairs dining,” Cimorelli said. Since 2012, business has been hard for owners of restaurants and other businesses on the boardwalk. Cimorelli was shut down in 2012 after Hurricane Sandy destroyed the boardwalk. Now after being shut down for 3 months, the business is back, but the arcade remains closed under Governor Murphy’s shut down order during COVID-19.
So, if you’re in the area, come out and support a great restaurant run by a great guy, Spicy Cantina on the Boardwalk in Seaside Heights is our first “Go To” lunch and dinner spot this weekend.
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