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Exciting news from the culinary world here in the Toms River area, it was announced the new Joe Bella's Kitchen & Bar will open in Toms River. The new dining experience will be opening in the former location of  Caneda's White Rooster, which closed in 2020.

According to a recent article by USATODAY, the new venture will be spearheaded by local businessmen Joe Palmisano owner of Four Seasons Diner  and Robert Scalera from Theresa's South  in Bay Head.

This will be a welcomed addition to dining here in Ocean County and the Toms River area. Both men come with a lot of local restaurant experience and determination to make this a big hit here at the Jersey Shore.

Local businessman and philanthropist Jeremy Grunin will also be back as a part owner of this new venture and Jeremy is excited about the project and glad to get this prime location up and running once again.

I had a chance to reach out to Mr Grunin for his thoughts on the new Joe Bella's Kitchen & Bar.

"I’m very excited to be partnering with Joe and Robert on this venture.  The Grunin Group is focused on improving quality of life at the Central Jersey Shore and I have zero doubt that this restaurant will contribute to that mission." ~ Jeremy Grunin 

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