The Beach House Bar & Grill shuts down after 8-year run

  • Monday, January 6, 2020 1:21pm
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The Beach House Bar & Grill at Pleasant Beach has closed its doors for good.

Officials at Pleasant Beach Village announced the closure Monday, Jan. 6, which followed the final dinner service on Sunday evening, Jan. 5.

The restaurant has been a regional dining attraction for the past eight years, but officials said staff and management are preparing to wrap up operations and transition to a limited menu of house-made favorites that can be ordered through the kiosk in The Marketplace.

“We appreciate being a part of our customers’ evenings and sharing in their celebrations of birthdays, anniversaries, graduations and important milestones,” said Joe Raymond, general manager of Pleasant Beach Village.

“We want to thank them. It has been our privilege to serve great meals to our good friends,” he said.

Unused gift certificates or gift cards will be honored at Pleasant Beach Village’s other restaurants in the village, including The Marketplace, Earth & Vine Wine Bar and Hammy’s Burgers.

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