So several months ago I did an article about the former Boston Market in Brick Township and we asked about the status of this restaurant and possibly the future for the location....

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It was in business for nearly 25 years on Brick Blvd in Brick Township, But earlier this year the Boston Market said farewell to Brick and closed its doors for good, leaving many hungry for Boston Market in the Brick area.

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Following a search for more details, I really haven’t come up with any information other than the fact that there still is no plan for the former Boston Market in Brick.

So again we toss out the idea for YOU….what does Brick Township need at this point in time, along busy Brick Boulevard? Would another restaurant be a perfect fit or should this location on this busy roadway, become something completely different?

Maybe you heard something about the former Boston Market restaurant location? It may just be that we are going to have to continue to wait and see as to what happens.

FYI if you are missing your Boston Market in Brick, there is always Route 37 in Toms River or Route 9 in Howell Township. We will keep you posted and update any information we get …..

 

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