Park Place Kosher, a restaurant situated in New Jersey, has announced its closure after serving the community for 16 years. The establishment, which is located at 120 Rarity Avenue in Highland Park, made the announcement through its Facebook page, addressing several rumours about its future status. The company expressed that it cannot divulge any more information yet but that it hopes another kosher meat restaurant will take over the space in the near future.
Park Place Kosher offers a range of dishes, including hot dogs, steaks, fried chicken, shawarma, soups, and sandwiches. Customers can still visit the restaurant during its usual operating hours, which are from 11:30 am to 9:00 pm every Sunday through Thursday, until its closure on June 4.
In other related news, a fast-casual chain from New York recently opened its second store in New Jersey, while a diner-style eatery has plans to establish its fourth store in the state. Additionally, Quick-Check, a brand that operates convenience stores, will open two more stores in New Jersey.
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