Red Bank-based Denholtz Properties on Monday announced the opening of Baseline Social, a 17,100-square-foot bar, restaurant and entertainment venue, located at the Commissary at Baseline in Oceanport.
Baseline Social joins fellow tenants Birdsmouth Beer, a craft brewery and tasting room, and MGT Foods, a third-generation wholly-owned family business behind popular food brands such as Mr. Green Tea Ice Cream, Mr. Mochi, the Bear & the Rat Cool Treats for Dogs and Eat Mud Non-Dairy Ice Cream at the Commissary at Baseline.
“We know how important Fort Monmouth was to its surrounding communities, and we are deeply honored to play a role in bringing it back to life,” Steven Denholtz, CEO of Denholtz Properties, said. “This project has been an exciting example of the transformative power of real estate investment in creating spaces that drive economic activity while serving as hubs for their local communities.”
Baseline Social is a one-stop entertainment, dining and bar experience for the residents of Monmouth County and beyond. Guests are immediately welcomed by a 640-square-foot LED viewing wall that is perfect for watching the game and a 38-seat platform lounge ideally suited for live music or private events. Sports fans can also enjoy Baseline Social’s 3,700-square-foot entertainment section containing five virtual golf bays with full-swing technology.
The space’s mezzanine boasts all the amenities needed to host a range of private parties beyond its interior space. A large outdoor bar and lounge section features 11 bar seats, a variety of seating options with infrared heaters and a firepit lounge with three-season access.
Baseline Social is the place to have fun, sharpen your game and enjoy a state-of-the-art, full-service bar with all of your favorite sports and teams.
Baseline Social is located at Fort Monmouth, which is situated within three townships in New Jersey’s eastern Monmouth County. Monmouth County is the northernmost county along the Jersey Shore. Its waterways include the Two Rivers, the Navesink and the Shrewsbury, that flow into the Raritan Bay, Lower New York Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.
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