Address: 207 Monmouth St, Red Bank, NJ 07701, USA
The food is phenomenal. Great atmosphere. The manager is awesome Lou is phenomenal. The staff is tremendous. The food is outrageously out of this world. Just a great place to be for a great meal at a great price and you’re giving back to the community. That’s the best part.
We traveled from Montreal to New Jersey for the sole purpose of having a meal at JBJ Soul kitchen. The mission of charitable good challenges us. We discovered an interesting quality of food and attentive staff.
I've never been to the environment, but knowing Bon Jovi's work, I know it's the best in the region. 👏🏽👏🏽 But I believe that one day I will be in this beautiful and wonderful country USA I love and am a Fan of Bon Jovi. 🇺🇸🇺🇲 Congratulations Bon Jovi and all restaurant staff. 🙏🏽😎
We had the pleasure to dine in for dinner on Oct 20th and again for brunch on Sunday the 23rd. My husbands 73rd birthday. It was a wonderful , souls reaching out to pay it forward.
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All we did is went in had dinner bought a couple of things like shirt and coffee cups really nice restaurant really nice people
Do like me, go to the show (can be in the br) buy a ticket to Ny and travel to new Jersey. Anything is possible in this life, just believe.
Hi, You dont need to make a reservation! I WaS THeRe in June. And there was Bon Jovi's father! :)
I think brunch ends at 2 on Sunday. No need for reservation.
first come, first served there is a capacity of 30 person limit though.
mister JON VON JOVI, shows up randomly, and if you are lucky to catch up with him you'll be surprised how friendly he is 'cause he's a peoples person, all you need is love 💓
... sometimes he shows up, he's a peoples person, very kind and friendly, you will not be disappointed ! 😎
Holly, I wish I'd seen your answer last night when I was working there. I will be there tonight and I will ask to be sure, but they do do this sort of thing rarely. When they do an event, it's usually on a Monday or Tuesday because any other day would disrupt their work for the needful.
20 dollars last time I was there. But have to add well worth it and you are supporting a great cause!
Great Project. Great food
No alcohol at all
No reservations are taken. Diners are seated first come, first serve.
Menu changes every 2 weeks
Around 6 at the red Bank one. We didn't wait
I would call or text to see if they would hold a table for 10 I doubt they allow byob but you can ask I reccomend 445pm seating as it can get a bit crowded...I loved my experience...yummy...
Not sure call direct or maybe its posted on fb or their website
I would call directly either location I did see a few ppl dine and then do acts of cleaning in kitchen or outside on the grounds. A wonderful little concept God bless the jbj soul founder
They're closed all week and in need diners already have other arrangements.
Anyone can eat there. The menue changes frequently seasonal items. You can go and enjoy a meal for yourself with the option to pay it forward. Or you can volunteer.
It's not really that expensive actually. And that's a matter of luck to be honest, when I was there myself I met Jon's father.
The restaurant is within walking distance of the Red Bank train station.
No alcohol allowed. Dinner is served from 5-7. Business varies depending on a lot of factors, but it might be ok tomorrow.
Do you really think this is a question for Google Maps?
The menu is available on the website. It rotates every 2 weeks. Suggested donation is $20, but paying it forward is also appreciated. Oh, and you get a soup or salad, an entree (usually a chicken, a fish, a veg, a kids, and a beef option), and a dessert. Always delicious, its a great place to try a food youve always wanted to try!
Yes you can sign up to volunteer on the website
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