Popular NJ Restaurant For Burgers and Ribs Closing After Nearly 2 Decades
A popular restaurant in New Jersey known for its burgers and ribs will be closing this weekend after nearly two decades in business.
However, it may not all be sad news for people living in the area.
Before we dive into the eatery that is closing, let's paint a picture first.
This restaurant, which has been operating for the past 16 years, had a little bit of everything on its menu -- steaks, burgers, pastrami, kabobs, Philly cheesesteaks, and more.
And the reviews were rather positive, too.
But even with great reviews online, operating a business, especially a restaurant, isn't easy.
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Case in point, the owners of Park Place Kosher in Highland Park, Middlesex County, took to Facebook recently to announce they are shutting down.
We are now able to officially let everyone know that after 16 amazing years of serving the communities in our area, we will be closing our doors for the last time on Sunday night, June 4th.
However, they also said that a new kosher meat restaurant might take over their space soon and their fans should "stay tuned."
Through this Sunday, you can find Park Place Kosher at 120 Raritan Ave., Route 27, in Highland Park.