Walking along the wide, cinnamon colored Belmar trex boardwalk it’s easy to see how it
lives up to its name which means “beautiful sea.”
Belmar, year round, is a wonderful family community with a library, grammar school,
parks, a lake, but most important citizens who make Belmar a wonderful place to raise a family
Children go on to Manasquan High School from Belmar Elementary or St. Rose
Grammar School. The parish of St. Rose also has its own high school which attracts students
from throughout the area.
Belmar has a storied history, having the first ever first aid squad in the United States.
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The boardwalk, which was restored after Superstorm Sandy, is home to the Taylor
Pavilion, which is the site of many town events, festivals and craft fairs.
Ocean Avenue, in the summer, is a thriving beehive of activity as the summer population
grows to 25,000 from the year round population of 6,000.
The street is lined with a variety of eateries selling pizza, ice cream, hamburgers and
hotdogs, to restaurants such as LaDolce Vita, where some of the area’s best Italian delicacies
D’Jais nightclub and restaurant is one of the most popular venues at the Jersey Shore. It also offers daytime and evening outdoor dining and has been a main attraction for generations of young people and people of all ages, who continue to come back for its live entertainment and fun, beachy atmosphere.
Their outdoor, covered dining area, serves American favorites in a casual open air
environment that brings the sea and shore to you.
Residents of Belmar enjoy the town’s Main Street, where there are restaurants, bakeries,
a top notch hardware store, Hispanic markets, a brewery, among others.
It also boasts streets made famous by Bruce Springsteen, as the site of his song “10th
Avenue Freeze Out” and E Street which became the inspiration for the name of his first band,
The E Street Band.
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