BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ – Burlington County Restaurant Week is off and running with dozens of restaurants from all over the county participating.
Organized by the Burlington County Commissioners and State Senators Troy Singleton and Dawn Marie Addiego, the week-long event is designed to showcase and promote Burlington County’s wide variety of restaurants and encourage residents from throughout the region to support them.
Burlington County Commissioner Director Felicia Hopson and Commissioner Tom Pullion will help kick off the week with a visit to Marcello’s Coal Fired Restaurant and Pizza on Farnsworth Avenue in Bordentown City on Tuesday, June 22 at 2:30PM.
The family-owned restaurant has been one of the stars of the county’s dining scene for the last 17 years.
“Restaurants are more than just a place to eat, drink or relax. They are the places we gather as families and meet friends and neighbors. They are employers and job creators, and they attract people to our downtown Main Streets and commercial districts. These businesses also give back to their neighbors and communities,” said Hopson. “Burlington County is blessed to have so many wonderful restaurants and we want to support them and their employees.”
In addition to Marcello's, the Bordentown eateries HoopHouse, Mangia Brick Oven Pizza & Grill and Mastoris are also participating in Burlington County Restaurant Week.
Throughout the week, the County Commissioners and Senators plan to highlight participating eateries with visits and posts on social media, and many of the participating restaurants are also featuring special menus, dishes and discounts.
For a full list of participating restaurants and specials, visit the Burlington County Restaurant Week website at www.co.burlington.nj.us/1844/Restaurant-Week-2021 and follow the Commissioners and Senators on Facebooks for posts and videos featuring some of the delicious dishes and specialties local restaurants are preparing.