Popular BBQ restaurant opens new location in New Jersey
Mighty Quinn’s Barbeque opens its third location in New Jersey, this time in Union. The other two are in Clifton and Newark.
The new restaurant is located near the Kean University campus. franchise owner Arush Pandya told NJ.com“My wife and I are familiar with the area because we live a few miles away and we have observed the tremendous amount of new development happening in Union.”
The menu at Quinn’s is what you would expect from a barbecue: smoked brisket, ribs, chicken, pulled pork and the like.
According to their website, the approach is simple: source the best ingredients we can and don’t make too much of a fuss about them. We cook our barbecue the old school way, using lots of wood and time, adding just the right amount of salt and spices for this beautiful marriage of process and product to evolve into something transcendent.
You select your meat and watch as your order is hand carved.
The chain, which started in Brooklyn, has another location planned in Hoboken; Their website says it will be “opening soon”. They are also located in Manhattan, Yankee Stadium, Queens, Long Island, Maryland (coming soon), Florida (coming soon), and internationally in Dubai.
Mighty Quinn’s in Union is open Sunday through Thursday from 11:30 am to 9:00 pm and Friday and Saturday from 11:30 am to 10:00 pm. According to NJ.com, other stores on the plaza where the restaurant will be located include Chipotle, CVS, Starbucks, Pizza, Panera Bread and Habit Burger and Grill.
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