Cherry Hill’s New Bistro Plans to Make Mouths Water This Opening Weekend
Clear your schedule this weekend and bring an appetite to Cherry Hill!
The grand opening of the Cherry Hill's new restaurant, Denim American Bistro, is set to open its doors on Friday, Oct. 12, at 4 p.m. to an eager crowd. Check it out at 312 Kresson Road in Cherry Hill.
The announcement came from their Facebook page notifying the public. You better make haste though and get there as soon as possible because it is first-come, first-serve, and holds just about 50 costumers at max capacity.
When it comes to the menu, they plan to offer small plates for $12, medium plates for $18 and large plates for $25. For $40 you can check out the fixed menu which offers three courses for you to enjoy. The diet-conscious people can also enjoy a Gluten free menu too.
You can make reservations for the BYOB starting October 24, and those will be made through the app called Reserve.
There’s actually some cool history behind the building, as it was an 1859 Colonial house built on Kresson Road. Veteran chef and restaurant consultant David Murray took the house and has since made it into the new bistro.
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