One o’clock isn’t good enough for the boardwalk bars in Point Pleasant Beach. The bars rejected a compromise plan Wednesday night to allow them to stay open until 1 am instead of midnight-as recently mandated by the Borough.
In January of 2005, Fox premiered a soap opera called Point Pleasant that was so bad they cancelled it in March of 2005. They should have made it a reality show, the script would have been so much better. You want drama? Close the bars at midnight.
Last night, the fight between Point Pleasant Beach bars and the borough council went full throttle dysfunctional. Last month, they were set to pass two ordinances. The first, ordering all bars to stop serving alcohol by midnight
When it came down to the final vote last night in Pt. Pleasant Beach, it seemed the mayor and some council members weren't exactly sure what exactly they were voting on, but when it was over they voted to close the bars at midnight as of July 1st of this year.
If you’ve ever seen the movie “Bronx Tale” There’s a scene where a motorcycle gang crashes the local bar and after being asked nicely to leave several times, then the door is locked and “Sonny” played by Chaz Palminteri uttered the line “now you can’t leave” a fight ensues and the bikers are eventually tossed out of their ear.
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