There's going to be a new restaurant in Bordentown.

ROI NJ is reporting that Jimmy's American Grill, a popular spot on Route 130 has been sold to a local restaurant chain.

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According to the company that brokered the sale, Bielat Santore & Company, the buyer is B2 Bistro + Bar.

This will be the 7th restaurant in the B2 Bistro + Bar restaurant group.

There are other locations in North Brunswick, Point Pleasant Beach, Red Bank, Toms River, Bayville, and Reading, Pennsylvania.

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If you've ever been to Jimmy's American Grill, you know it's a big place. There's a huge bar area, main dining room, the coolest indoor/outdoor patio, and a private room.

I've hosted several events in the patio area for 94.5 PST over the years. It's a great party space.

Jimmy's can hold up to 300 people.

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The owner of Jimmy's American Grill, Jimmy Manetas, also owns a few diners. I wonder if this is the start of him heading towards retirement. The restaurant business is grueling, especially in a post-pandemic world. We'll see.

I haven't heard of B2 Bistro + Bar, so I checked out the website. It looks great.

It's described like this: "Experience our garden-to-table bistro-style creations and our exceptional assortment of craft beer, eclectic wine list, and artfully-prepared cocktails."

The menu looks fabulous. You can check it out by clicking here

No word on when the transition to B2 Bistro + Bar will take place.

I have a gift card to Jimmy's that I'd better use quickly.

The new B2 Bistro + Bar in Bordentown will be located at 140 Route 130 South in Bordentown.

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