New Eateries Welcomed & Updated Dining Guide Available
RED BANK, NJ - June 1, 2018 - With the summer solstice just around the corner, the temperature is not the only thing heating up in Red Bank. The addition of two new eateries, Bombay River and JJ Delicacies, in conjunction with the release of the new 2018 Dining Guide, kicks-off the season with a splash of variety and a dash of spice.
Drawing from more than 30 years of combined experience, the chef and owner team at Bombay River is delighted to be serving their twist on modern Indian cuisine which celebrates the flavors of the Far East. Sam Jain, owner of Bombay River, is thrilled to offer a menu that artfully blends Indian cooking, health-conscious cuisine, and fine dining at the 90 Broad Street location.
Situated at 21 West Front Street, JJ Delicacies is a fast-casual destination offering patrons savory and sweet delights from the popular poke bowl to bubble teas and ice cream rolls. Win Li, owner of JJ Delicacies, was drawn to Red Bank’s picturesque downtown and affectionately named the establishment after her daughter, JJ. This family-friendly eatery has something for everyone.
“Bombay River and JJ Delicacies are exceeding expectations with their culinary offerings,” commented James Scavone, Executive Director of Red Bank RiverCenter. “New flavors and family-friendly business owners have long been the cornerstone of the diverse dining scene in Red Bank. It is both exciting and a privilege to have these families join our downtown business community.”
Red Bank food news also includes changes at two other locations. Tspoon reopened at its 15 White Street location where it continues as a sweet spot specializing in bubble tea, ice cream and treats. Rebecca Pellicano purchased the business earlier this year and welcomed new and returning customers to the repainted and spruced up spot in time for Memorial Day weekend. Neopoli is the new name for the former Gaetano’s restaurant at 10 Wallace Street. Lou Andrianos purchased the restaurant and has continued to offer and improve on the upscale homemade Italian cuisine for which the restaurant is known.
With the release of the 2018 Dining Guide, which includes these four eateries, residents and visitors alike now have a comprehensive resource to easily identify and locate restaurants and eateries in Red Bank that satisfy their taste buds. Available online or in person at RiverCenter (46 English Plaza) or from a variety of locations around town, the new dining guide is a go-to database for the entire community.
For more information about dining in Red Bank, new business announcements or to learn about Red Bank RiverCenter, please visit www.RedBank.org.
About Red Bank
Red Bank is an all-season destination to residents and visitors who look to retreat to the New Jersey coastline for relaxation without compromising their craving for culture. The town's rich historical roots, combined with world-class shopping, outdoor fairs, and festivals, are just some of the reasons families and friends journey to the riverside town. Traditional and contemporary art galleries, award-winning theaters and performing arts venues, gourmet and casual dining, luxury boutique hotels and pristine landscapes exemplify why residents and visitors, near and far, choose Red Bank.
About Red Bank RiverCenter
Red Bank RiverCenter is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization established in 1991 by an alliance of local businesses, property owners, residents, and other stakeholders to enhance and promote Red Bank’s downtown district as a mid-Atlantic destination for dining, shopping, and culture. Red Bank RiverCenter helms the town’s Special Improvement District to promote Red Bank businesses through special promotions. RiverCenter also supports the business community through recruiting new businesses to fill commercial vacancies and helps them navigate the various start-up procedures in town. For more information, please visit: https://www.redbank.org/rivercenter/