Somers Point teen spot reopens as Beach Club

SOMERS POINT - When a judge ruled in April that City Council was justified in revoking the mercantile license for the under-21 dance spot Club Play, owner Roy Hamilton was despondent."I don't think it's going to work out in Somers Point," Hamilton said.But two months later, the Bay Avenue location has again opened its doors as a teen destination - and Hamilton and his wife are the managers."It was and still is a safe family environment," Maria Hamilton said. "We want a good relationship with the city and want to get off to a good start."The restaurant license was granted to St. Paul's AME Church in Pleasantville, which is leasing the building. The Rev. Lynda T. Maria Hamilton stressed that the new "Beach Club Restaurant" is a restaurant and not a club, with hours of operation from 6 to 11 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays."It's like a Chuck E. Cheese for older kids," she said, adding that she has plans for jazz nights for adults and occasional closings at 1 a.m.A recent e-vite on the so...
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13.7.08 16:24

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