MARGATE – This year’s start of the summer season includes the grand reopening of Memories in Margate. With a fresh new look and exciting additions, Memories is set to become the premier destination for locals and visitors alike to create unforgettable memories down the shore.

A grand ribbon cutting will be held 5 p.m. Thursday, May 23 in front of the nightclub, 9518 Amherst Ave. Margate Mayor Michael Collins and Commissioner Cathy Horn will join owner Teddy Sourias for the ribbon cutting.

Memories has undergone indoor renovations to enhance the guest experience. From updated decor to improved amenities, the revitalized layout promises to bring a welcoming and vibrant atmosphere for patrons. Among the new features are craft cocktails and unique beers, a new menu, LED wall and sound system, a Jerry Blavat tribute area, and more seating for a sit down dinner.

One of the most anticipated features of Memories’ transformation is the addition of a custom-built outdoor Tiki Bar. The Tiki Bar offers a relaxed tropical ambiance where guests can sip refreshing frozen cocktails and crushes, unwind with friends and soak in the coastal breeze.

“We are thrilled to unveil the new Memories in Margate just in time for Memorial Day Weekend,” Sourias said. “Our team has worked tirelessly to create an inviting space where guests can come together to celebrate life’s special occasions. Whether you’re enjoying a drink at the newly built Tiki Bar, enjoying mussels and linguini from our new menu, or dancing the night away, we promise an unforgettable experience. The goal here is to have something for everyone, from kids wanting chicken fingers and French fries to having a full dinner and cocktails for their parents, to the Geator Gold that has made this place what it is today.”

Memories will be open seven days a week, offering a lineup of talented DJs, live music performances, and themed events throughout the weekend, including acoustic music and live bands alongside beloved Memories resident DJ’s, David Joel Stephens and Eric Bartello.

To learn more about Memories in Margate, see  Stay Up to Date, @MemoriesinMargate on Instagram, or Memories Margate on Facebook

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Nanette LoBiondo Galloway

Award winning journalist covering news, events and people of Atlantic County for more than 20 years.