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Tiki Bar Bruised, But Still Standing After Storm

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A social media post led many Shore residents to believe a popular local nightspot suffered serious damage during Monday’s nor’easter.

Facebook Photo of Martell's Tiki Bar during the Jan. 23 nor'easter.
Facebook Photo of Martell’s Tiki Bar during the Jan. 23 nor’easter.

The bar, however, said in its own social media post Tuesday that the damage was just minor and would be ready for its reopening in March. On Tuesday, waves could be seen crashing underneath the bar’s pier decking, and some pieces of wood, structure and other debris were blowing in the sand, but the business remained intact and ready to serve patrons again come spring.

Martell's Tiki Bar following the Jan. 23, 2017 nor'easter. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
Martell’s Tiki Bar following the Jan. 23, 2017 nor’easter. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
Martell's Tiki Bar following the Jan. 23, 2017 nor'easter. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
Martell’s Tiki Bar following the Jan. 23, 2017 nor’easter. (Photo: Daniel Nee)

Martell’s was largely destroyed in Superstorm Sandy, but re-emerged the following season after a winter-long reconstruction project. More photos are below.

Martell's Tiki Bar following the Jan. 23, 2017 nor'easter. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
Martell’s Tiki Bar following the Jan. 23, 2017 nor’easter. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
Martell's Tiki Bar following the Jan. 23, 2017 nor'easter. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
Martell’s Tiki Bar following the Jan. 23, 2017 nor’easter. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
Martell's Tiki Bar following the Jan. 23, 2017 nor'easter. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
Martell’s Tiki Bar following the Jan. 23, 2017 nor’easter. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
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  • J W

    All the water on Earth can’t wash the dirtbags out of that place.

  • Smokin

    5% increase in drinks come the season to pay for repairs…night out is a mortgage payment now