BBQ restaurant, subdivision to be considered by the Seaside Heights planning council – Lavallette-Seaside Shorebeat
A new restaurant as well as a number of land use claims are expected to be heard by Seaside Heights Planning Council as the borough’s redevelopment boom continues to develop.
At the board meeting on September 29, members will hear the application of a new take-out barbecue restaurant proposed for the Boulevard. Barbecue at sea, owned by Richard Cline, is looking to expand to a second location in town since its first in Point Pleasant Beach, where his restaurant has received excellent reviews since opening in 2018.
The plan in front of the board provides for the opening of the restaurant in the mall in 1520 Boulevard, between Hiering and Sampson avenues. The company is seeking board approval for a waiver that would allow the establishment to operate a restaurant without having a “full-service kitchen” on site. Offshore, demand indicates, intends to provide meals to customers that are prepared at either location, but they will be provided to customers primarily for take-out. Food for the barbecue would be prepared in a smokehouse on or off site.
“The applicant intends to house any smoker used at this location, either in front of or next to the front of the restaurant.», Indicates the application.
Also at the September 29 meeting, the board will consider the owner’s request for 214 Sumner Avenue divide an existing lot in the low density residential area into two lots. A customary exemption is also sought for the two lots since the buildings planned are offered a height of 36.5 feet where only 27 feet are allowed.
The meeting is scheduled to take place on September 29 at 6 p.m. in the Council Chamber, 116 Sherman Avenue.