Shore restaurants mark Sandy flood levels as symbols of recovery

Several Jersey Shore restaurants are marking flood water lines inside their establishments as a reminder of their recovery from Sandy.

Several Jersey Shore restaurants are marking flood water lines inside their establishments as a reminder of their recovery from Sandy. (6/19/13)

JERSEY SHORE - Several Jersey Shore restaurants are marking flood water lines inside their establishments as a reminder of their recovery from Sandy.

Leggett's in Manasquan displays a blue line with stenciled lettering. Employees say it has become a tourist attraction, and patrons often taken photos in front of it.

Decorative tiles in the bathroom at the Inlet Café in the Highlands mark the water line, and at the California Grill and Pizza in Beach Haven, waves were drawn on the wall.

Owners say the lines are a reminder of what the businesses went through and how far they have come.
 

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