BRIDGEWATER, NJ — Another township business is seeing the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic as the popular Bridgewater restaurant 22 West Tap and Grill was forced to temporarily close.

“Due to restrictions caused by the pandemic and the elimination of outdoor dining because of colder weather, our business has slowed to the degree to which we are presently unable to remain open. It is my sincere hope that when the weather warms and the pandemic fades, we will be in a position to continue to provide you the quality of dining experience that you have come to expect from us,” said Kevin Trimarchi, restaurant owner and Martinsville native.

The restaurant’s last days were this past weekend, closing on Sunday. Trimarchi said he expects to reopen when warmer weather returns in the spring. Patrons are asked to follow 22 West Tap and Grill on Facebook and Instagram for a grand reopening date.

“Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the outstanding support the past almost 5 years. I wish you and your families good health and happiness this holiday season and look forward to seeing you in 2021,” said Trimarchi.

22 West Tap and Grill is located at 1601 Route 22 West. For more information visit 22westtapandgrill.com.



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