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Demolition at the Rum Runner in Sea Bright

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Project Manager John Robinson, working for the Martin Group, oversees the demolition of the Rum Runner in Sea Bright Monday morning. Plans call for the  July 21st 2014. 
Photo by Scott Longfield

Published on July 18, 2014 with No Comments

Project Manager John Robinson, working for the Martin Group, oversees the demolition of the Rum Runner in Sea Bright Monday morning. Plans call for the  July 21st 2014.  Photo by Scott Longfield

Project Manager John Robinson, working for the Martin Group, oversees the demolition of the Rum Runner in Sea Bright Monday morning. 
Photo by Scott Longfield

 

SEA BRIGHT – Demolition work was begun Monday morning on the Rum Runner, one of the 11 restaurants owned by Tim McLoone.

The waterfront restaurant on Ocean Avenue, the first of those in McLoone’s restaurant group, was heavily damaged by Super Storm Sandy in October 2012 and has remained closed since the storm. Plans call for construction to begin on the new restaurant building on the Shrewsbury River as soon as possible.

Hopes are to have the new Rum Rummer, built in the same location, up and running by next Memorial Day for the start of the 2015 summer season.

 

 

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