Serving the Jersey Shore
for over 50 years
Photo by M.Colarusso
15 Broad Street
For many centuries, people have been coming to
this shore area for its abundant fishing opportunities.
Now they also enjoy its broad mile-long beach and
boardwalk, excellent surfing conditions, swimming,
beach volleyball and sunbathing, along with a
wheelchair-accessible beach area with surf chairs
available. Bring your bicycles and ride the scenic 5.5-
mile trail to Historic Allaire Village in Allaire State Park.
Nature lovers will enjoy watching migrating land birds
and wintering waterfowl that populate the Manasquan
There are treasures of all kinds to be found in the
eclectic mix of shops and galleries of Manasquan’s
shopping district. If shopping stirs your appetite, there
are plenty of tasty options in town, such as the Squan
Tavern. Dominic and Marguerite Bossone began
offering old-world Southern Italian food in 1964,
and the Bossone family has continued the Squan
Tavern tradition of serving delicious pizza and Italian
specialties for more than 50 years. For an evening
on the town, Algonquin Arts Theatre in Manasquan’s
business district presents high-quality performances
and programs in theatre, music, film and dance.
Originally a movie house from the 1930s to the
1980s, Algonquin has been engaging audiences as a
performing arts space since 1994.
The town is a short distance from Interstate 195 and
Garden State Parkway exit 98. It’s also accessible by
train via NJ TRANSIT’s North Jersey Coast Line.
2439 Route 34 South
Manasquan, NJ 08736 | 732.528.7777
526 Arnold Ave, Point Pleasant, NJ 08742
(Next to Joe Leone’s) 732.528.0123
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Photo by B. Cuthbert