Anthony’s Restaurant as been at the corner of 44th Street and Landis Avenue since 2020, but will be taking its talents across town.

The popular restaurant is moving to a new location and will now occupy the spot at to 86th Street and Landis Avenue inside The Dunes restaurant and is expected to open on May 2, just in tome for the summer season. Anthony's acquired Beachwood back in December of 2023, which had been operated in Sea Isle since 2019.

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The key part of the deal for Anthony's will be the transfer of the liquor license, which they believe will now allow them to cater to larger events in the banquet area.


Anthony's is owned and operated by Chef Anthony Foster and is known for its tremendous authentic Italian cuisine and will keep the same menu from the previous location, but will be adding a brand-new cocktail and wine menu.

Chef owned and operated, Anthony's Caterers is very excited to occupy this beautiful new space in Sea Isle City. Offering more room, more comfort, and a spacious stocked bar. Located only a block away from the beach and Townsend Inlet, some incredible photo ops are guaranteed for all your special occasions.

Anthony’s taste, style, and passion for authentic Italian cuisine has defined his career. He has an incredible excitement to share his food knowledge with all those who enjoy good food. Something fresh is always on the stove. Anthony and staff will ensure nothing less than perfection!

The spot at 44th and Landis will become a Blitz’s Market, giving them a second Sea Isle City location in edition to its spot at 85th Street and Landis Avenue.

Here are some other great Sea Isle restaurants to check out this summer!

36 Restaurants to visit in Sea Isle City, NJ (Alphabetical Order)

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Remember These Places That Use To Be In Sea Isle City, New Jersey

Thanks in part to the Ash Wednesday Storm of 1962 and Hurricane Sandy in 2012, Sea Isle City has seen many changes over the years. Whether you grew up in South Jersey or vacationed multiple summers in Sea Isle City, you may remember some of these buildings and businesses that no longer exist. Which ones below do you remember most? (Special Thank you to the Sea Isle Historical Museum for helping me get these pictures and information)

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