Mojo Burrito Opening 2nd Location In Red Bank

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Mojo Burrito will be opening a second location in Red Bank.

The site is at 3512 Dayton Blvd. in the old Shoney’s building.

Representatives from the business applied to the city for and were given a special exception permit in order to build a patio along the front of the building for outside dining. The patio will be facing the walkway creating more activity on the street.

The restaurant is expected to open in three or four months.


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