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Concession Stand to Return to Windward Beach

The entrance to Windward Beach Park in Brick. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
The entrance to Windward Beach Park in Brick. (Photo: Daniel Nee)

The Brick Township council this week awarded a contract to the operator of a concession stand at Windward Beach.

Following a public bidding process, the council awarded a contract to Cool Concessions, of Brick, to operate a mobile food concession stand at the park for the summer season.

Cool Concessions will pay $525 to the township, an amount that came in above the minimum bid of $250, Council President Paul Mummolo said.


The concession truck will offer “a variety of items,” Business Administrator Joanne Bergin said, including coffee, tea, breakfast sandwiches, bagels, rolls and assorted other food during the day.

In addition to being open daily at the park, the vendor will be able to sell items at certain township events held at the park, such as the weekly Farmers Market, but will not be allowed to sell food during Summerfest and Bricktoberfest events, which have their own dedicated food vendors under separate contracts.

  • JJones

    Thats a great idea ..should have been there long ago for parents and there kids hope they keep the pricing reasonable ..

  • SoWhat?

    Bring extra bagels.

  • Stu Pidity

    Have Lakewood’s Orthodox, who are completely overrunning Windward Beach as well as the reservoir, demanded kosher food be available?

  • Frank Rizzo

    Michelle Obama will dictate what can be sold and what the kids can consume. While she and her daughters get their nails done three times a week in Martha’s Vinyard this week on the tax payer.