Business & Finance

Shore Fire Grille Closing Barnegat Location and Relocating to Manahawkin

Credits: Shore Fire Grille
Credits: Shore Fire Grille
Credits: Shore Fire Grille

BARNEGAT, NJ - The highly raved about Shore Fire Grille that has been serving up delicious food for the past 5 years is now closing their location at 34 South Main Street in Barnegat to relocate to Manahawkin. Their last day at this location will be this President's Day, Monday February 20.

Their new location will be at the Manahawkin Mart located at 657 East Bay Avenue and is anticipated to open by Mid-March. 

"Although nerve-wracking and bothersome to be moving our original SFG, due to increased location costs and countless issues with the location," owner Tim Kohlheim said, "this Bay Ave. location provides a great opportunity for us to continue to develop our business along with our Surf City location set to open in May. The two will continue to strive for greatness daily and exceed the expectations you all seek!"

Sign Up for E-News

Many people responded on Facebook to the announcement by wishing Tim and wife Sam the "best of luck" and many "congratulations." 

The couple expressed their gratitude to their customers, "We cannot thank you all enough for the last 5 years at this location, you all have supported us all and helped launch this crazy idea my wife and I had 5 years ago!"

Stay up to date by following their Facebook page here

TAP Into Another Town's News:

Sign Up for E-News


Upcoming Events


Fri, March 23, 12:00 PM

St. Francis Parish and Community Center, Long Beach Township

Fish and Chip Dinner

Food & Drink Giving Back


Sat, March 24, 1:00 PM

Mainstreet Alliance Church , Manahawkin


Religions And Spirituality


Sun, March 25, 12:00 PM

Manahawkin Elks Lodge, Manahawkin

Easter Egg Hunt at the Manahawkin Elks

Giving Back

LBI Speech Pathologist Shares Concern About Electronics Negative Impact on Literacy

March 4, 2018

Dear Editor:

As speech-language pathologists across New Jersey prepare to mark “National March into Literacy Month,” let’s address the alarming number of young children who spend countless hours a day on a handheld screen.

According to a study from the Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting, the more time that children under two years spend on smartphones, tablets and ...