By Real Estate NJ
The owner of a site near the Atlantic City Boardwalk is one step closer to building a beer garden at the location this summer, following approval by a state authority on Tuesday.
A report by The Press of Atlantic City said the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, or CRDA, approved the proposal by Dectrinity LLC. According to the report, the company owns a site just off the Boardwalk, between South California and South Iowa avenues, where it hopes to build an open-air restaurant and bar dubbed Bungalow Biergarten.
Plans call for seating for more than 300 guests, an outdoor kitchen area and two bars, according to The Press of Atlantic City. An attorney for the project reportedly told CRDA that he expects the venue to open around July 4.
For more, see Tuesday’s story by The Press of Atlantic City.
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