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Cinder Bar – Cross Keys Opens December 16th!

The Cinder Bar – Cross Keys Facebook page made the official announcement this morning… they set an opening date for December 16th!  They have also been posting interior photos on the page, and the place looks AMAZING!   They really do have a great design team for the restaurants… hitting home runs in creating an “upscale casual” experience.

Yes this is our third post on Cinder Bar, and I’ll definitely have one more after we get a chance to check the place out.  It’s not that I love bars and restaurants (well I do, actually), but they have such a wider appeal and people will drive out of their way to try out something new and cool!

From one of my prior posts (with additional edits):

Cinder Bar Menu - East Greenwich NJ location
Cinder Bar Menu – East Greenwich NJ location

This will be the second location for Cinder Bar!  The first is also a (somewhat) recently new construction restaurant located in a new development in East Greenwich, off of 295.   Cinder Bar is also  part of a larger local family organization which owns the two Village Pub locations in Swedesboro and Washington Township (5 Points), and the Ciconte Pizza Restaurants. 

The short story is, Cinder Bar is a higher end “upscale casual” craft beer bar (and more), featuring entrees from a wood burning oven.   Whiskey and spirits are the hot thing right now, and it looks like some of the decor elements highlight it.   The décor fits the rustic wood theme, and my wife and I were both impressed with their unique twist on food.

Go like their Facebook page to check out the photos of the awesome interior!

Cinder Bar Cross Keys
410 Berlin Cross Keys Road
Williamstown, New Jersey 08094

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Hey Cinder Bar folks… don’t forget to invite me to the pre-opening party! 

 

 

This Post Has 2 Comments
    1. They had the entire new staff in for training and meetings. People asked on the Cinder Bar page post, and that was their direct response.

      So a part of me says “yea the official formal grand openings are usually much later after they open”. But it just feels too early. ha

      Thanks!

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