Dictionary.com defines a "bistro" as "a small, modest, European-style restaurant or café." In this case, it's an American-style restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We are talking about the new C28 American Bistro in Brick Township, New Jersey.


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When it comes to "American" food I go straight to pot roast. One of my favorites with mashed and vegetables, you can't go wrong! Steak is always a treat and of course, the iconic American "burger" is always great with well-done fries and slaw. This is what immediately comes to mind when I go to an "American" restaurant.



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C28 American Bistro in Brick Township, New Jersey will host its "grand opening" this coming Friday, March 15th. According to their Facebook page, they will have a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10 am on Friday as part of their grand open celebration in Brick.



C28 American Bistro will be open 7 days a week:


Monday: 7 am-3 pm

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 7 am-9 pm

Friday & Saturday: 7 am-9:30 pm

Sunday: 7 am-8 pm


C28 American Bistro in Brick Township will be open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They are located at 2140 NJ-88 Brick Township, NJ 08724

For more information:

Email: c28americanbistro@gmail.com
Phone: 732-475-8039


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