The Bobby Ray's Black Horse Tavern in Mt Ephraim is back under construction, not letting the events of 2020 change their plans! What has changed things up a bit is... what was hoped to be a remodel has turned into a full rebuild, with full use of a new lower level basement area! Currently at the site you can see the raised floor in place... raised to make room for the lower level.
Merryman's Pub has opened in the heart of Pitman's downtown area, with an amazing restoration of the 100+ year old Pitman National Bank Building! Well for right now "open" means they are serving up delicious To-Go offerings of Cocktails, Packaged Goods and select Food items. Merryman's Pub is Pitman's first full bar in what was historically a dry town! See gallery in the article!
Two new exciting eateries are coming to Washington Township! Jenaro's Italian Restaurant from a famed Collingswood Chef! Also coming to the same center is Bison Coffee Company! This information comes from a Dec 17th press release which was then picked up by a variety of NJ real estate sites. But only 42Freeway gives you the real local spin!
The Deptford Miller's Ale House project has taken a big step forward, as crews have been removing the complete interior of the former Don Pablos Restaurant to make way for the Miller's buildout. We checked things out today and when we say completely removed... we mean COMPLETELY. All that remains are the outer walls and roof. This will be as blank a slate as possible for the developers of Miller's Ale House
The Cinder Bar - Cross Keys Facebook page made the official announcement this morning... they set an opening date for December 16th! They have also been posting interior photos on the page, and the place looks AMAZING! They really do have a great design team for the restaurants... hitting home runs in creating an "upscale casual" experience.
An official Restaurant Manager job posting has confirmed the rumours we've been hearing... Miller's Ale House is coming to Deptford NJ! Growing National chain sports bar eatery featuring beer... 75 varieties! But where in Deptford?