While Cape May is the most famous Shore Town in New Jersey's southernmost county, the Coastal Community off Exit 17 on the Garden State Parkway has grown in popularity.

Thanks to Eagles Legend Jason Kelce, Sea Isle City has become a popular destination at the Jersey Shore for both current and former Philadelphia Eagles players along with their fans:

-2024 marks the fourth year that Jason and his wife, Kylie, have hosted the Team 62 Fundraiser in conjunction with the Eagles Autism Foundation
-2024 is also the second year former Eagles Linebacker Connor Barwin hosted his Make The World Better Pickleball Tournament in Sea Isle City

What Makes The 2024 Team 62 Fundraising Event Different

What was originally a fundraiser with guest bartenders hosted at "The OD", a Sea Isle City landmark, the Team 62 Fundraiser this year expanded. The event now includes a takeover at Paddy's Green next door to O'Donnell's Pour House along with The OD's outdoor Sandbar and Grill. Plus, the Eagles Autism Foundation hosted family-friendly activities over at Sea Isle City's Excursion Park.

VIP Tickets sold out within hours of the official announcement for this year's Team 62 Fundraiser event. So many people were unable to attend the Sea Isle City event and did not get to see Eagles players like Kicker Jake Elliott, Defensive End Brandon Graham, and Left Guard Landon Dickerson.

Also attending this year's event is former Eagles Defensive Lineman Beau Allen, a member of the 2017 Super Championship team.  Allen and Jason Kelce went out for breakfast on Tuesday at Bright Spot Cafe, across the street from "The OD".

But we have gathered a collection of photos from the Wednesday, June 26th event below for you:

Jason Kelce's 2024 Team 62 Fundraiser Event in Sea Isle City, New Jersey

Gallery Credit: Josh Hennig/Townsquare Media

The Top Rated Restaurants to visit in Sea Isle City, NJ

From Fish Alley to the Nightlife along Landis Avenue to the modernization of Townsend's Inlet, Sea Isle City has become a popular place for locals and vacationers to find various places to eat while maintaining the Shore Town's rich history.

We have used Google Analytics and Reviews to rank the best places to eat in Sea Isle City. Did any of your favorite restaurants make our list?

Gallery Credit: Josh Hennig/Townsquare Media

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