BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ-- Restaurant Weekend will once again be taking place this weekend in Bordentown City on Friday, August 14 and Saturday, August 15, from 4pm to 10pm.
Sponsored by the Downtown Bordentown Association and the City of Bordentown, the weekend will offer extended hours with expanded, socially distanced outdoor dining.
Following a successful first Restaurant Weekend, which took place on July 24 and 25, patrons will once again be able to enjoy Bordentown City's many eateries, from fine dining to pub fare, while enjoying live music.
“We are excited for the second Restaurant Weekend event here on Farnsworth Avenue in Bordentown City,” said Mayor Jim Lynch. “The first event was a great success and the City and the Downtown Bordentown Association are working to make this weekend’s event even better.”
“As Mayor, I’m committed to doing everything we can to keep our downtown businesses afloat during the tough economic times caused by the pandemic,” Lynch said.
Farnsworth Avenue will be closed off to cars from the corner of Crosswicks Street to Veteran’s Way starting at 3pm each day so that restaurants may expand the number of their tables offered, allowing more people to dine at a social distance.
All restaurants and their staffs will be adhering to COVID-19 mandates and will be wearing masks at all times, including while serving and while walking past other diners on the sidewalks.
Restaurant patrons must wear a mask until they are seated at their table, as well as anytime they leave their seat.
For more information about the Downtown Bordentown Association, including a restaurant directory, visit their website here.