Farias Surf & Sport has long been an island tradition for over 40 years on our coastal community of LBI, and Five 0 Six Surf Boutique is the newest addition to the Farias family of stores. As the granddaughter of Vince and Michele Farias, who started Farias Surf & Sport, Sarah has taken her love of the family business and retail, and combined it with her passion of women’s clothing, swimwear and other unique finds. Her eye for style, her love for interacting with people, and her business background and retail experience are the perfect blend for Five 0 Six.
With salty hair and sandy toes, Five 0 Six embraces style inspired by our surroundings here on the coast. And with three generations of women of the Farias family helping to shape this unique boutique, you’ll find a little bit of something for everyone at Five 0 Six Boutique!
A curated selection of the best clothing and swimwear brands you can find on the Jersey Shore, plus a selection of local art & jewelry too! Carrying brands such as Stone Fox Swim, L-Space, Beach Riot, Amuse Society, Elan, O’Neill, Rhythm, Carve Designs, Lulu-B, Tommy Bahama, and so much more!
Owned and operated by Mary Ann and Larry Zazzera since 1976, The SeaMoon shop on Long Beach Island, NJ provides jewelry, gifts, and thoughtful service to make your shopping experience productive and enjoyable.
Mrs. Engelsen is an Ocean County native with a deep appreciation of New Jersey’s rich, historical background and its breath-taking coastal scenery. She studied art at the Samuel Fleischer Art Memorial in Philadelphia and at thc Philadelphia College of Art. She has also studied at Stockton State College. She paints all medias – watercolor, acrylic, and oil.
She is particularly noted throughout the state for her historical paintings. Each projects reflects detailed research into the state’s past. Her sources include historical societies, libraries, and a treasury of rare old photographs. Lengthy personal interviews with local residents add to her background knowledge.
She has preserved historical New Jersey scenes from northern New Jersey to the coastal shores, and to the western tip in Trenton.
She was commissioned by McDonald’s restaurant to complete a series of historical paintings in Toms River, Manahawkin, Lakehurst, Burlington, Howell and Ocean Township.
In addition, her historical paintings of Newark, Trenton, Burlington and Perth Amboy are in the executive and public offices of Public Service Electric and Gas Company. A particular favorite of Revolutionary War buffs is Mrs. Engelsen’s painting of Cannon Green, Princeton University. This painting hangs in the lobby of the Palmer Inn, Route 1, Princeton, New Jersey.