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What’s in/ What’s out- fall edition

What’s in/ What’s out- fall edition

Fall always brings changes. The rides season winds down, the weather turns colder and the town starts to slightly slow down. Some businesses go out, and some businesses come in, getting ready for the next fun season.

Here’s a guide to what’s out, what’s in, and what to do in OCNJ in the fall season.

On the Island

The Boardwalk

Onni, located on 13th and the Boardwalk, has closed. 

Pessano’s, 11th and Boardwalk, is closing. Their last day hasn’t been announced, but the Boardwalk business is for sale. Read their Facebook post for more details. 

Henry’s at 9th and the Boardwalk has closed. Their last day was November 1. Their location at 12th and the Boardwalk remains open as well as their Cape May store. 

Beach House Grille, 9th and Atlantic Avenue,  will close at the end of the fall season. Currently, they are selling commemorative mugs and shirts to celebrate having been in business for 30 years. 

Downtown

Annarelli’s, 10th and Asbury Avenue; Sea Oats, 8th and Asbury Avenue; and Only Yesterday 13th and Asbury have closed.  

The Potomac Bead Company, 9th and Asbury, will be closing on December 15 due to owner retirement. Their “going out of business” sale will begin November 6.

Ruth’s Hallmark, 7th and Asbury Avenue, will close permanently on November 30.

See Also

Off the Island 

Ever wish there was a closer Target to Ocean City? Soon, there will be! Target will be opening in Somers Point where K-Mart once was. 

Missing Ocean City Events?

Although the Miracle on Asbury, Train Show, Christmas Parade, Breakfast with Santa, First Night and First Day are canceled, there’s still one major event left to enjoy in Ocean City.

Earlier than the Bird will take place November 21 from 8am to 12pm. Shoppers flock to the Downtown to Christmas shop- in their pajamas. 

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