This week’s highlights in the world of beach bars include articles featuring a beach bar post Superstorm Sandy, a beach bar reopening in Rockaway Beach and a beach bar that flooded in Pensacola after a record setting day of rain.
Sunset from the SOS Club on Seminyak beach in Bali. Photo by Jason Paris.
Tuckerton Beach Grille reopens after Superstorm Sandy – The Sandpaper reports on the necessary renovations at The Tuckerton Beach Grille and Restaurant after Superstorm Sandy blew through.
Record-setting rain floods the Flora-Bama Beach Bar – Record rainfall in the Pensacola area left a couple inches of water on the floor of the Flora-Bama Beach Bar reports AL.com but the beach bar reopened the same day with a limited menu. The yacht club, which experienced a little more flooding, was scheduled to reopen this week.
Rippers Beach Bar in Rockaway Beach scheduled to reopen earlier than normal this year – Rippers restaurant and beach bar in Rockaway Beach is scheduled to reopen for its fourth season May 17th according to AM New York.
New beach style bar opens in Grand Junction, Colorado – Proving that you can put a beach bar anywhere, KREX TV reports on Volleys, a new beach style bar opening in Grand Junction, Colorado. The beach style bar features four volleyball courts, an outdoor patio and an inside bar and restaurant.