Power Play Break takes in Nick Dionisio’s Park Seafood


SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NJ – Hurricane Sandy struck the New Jersey coast in 2012 and devastated the region. The rebuild has long and difficult made all the more so by political wrangling and conflict between parties. What is left behind and forgotten is the damage and need.

In this episode, host Ricky O takes time to speak with the owner of Park Seafood in Seaside Park about the recovery, his restaurant, and the New Jersey Devils.

Nick Dionisio hosted the Power Play Break’s interview with Stephen Gionta and the result was a terrific time for all including a menu to make anyone want to fly home and partake.

Ricky O shows his red, white and blue colors but still lets the Devils fan in Dionisio come through.

If you get to the Jersey shore be sure to drive to Seaside Park and Seaside Heights and stop by Park Seafood. You will not be disappointed.

2 thoughts on “Power Play Break takes in Nick Dionisio’s Park Seafood

  1. We are hoping Nick rebuilds of the state of New Jersey steps in to assist in getting the boardwalk back in business and Park Seafood back to cooking. I am heartbroken for my home state.

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