Somerset Development said Aug. 31 it signed a lease with Oink and Moo BBQ & Burgers at Bell Works in Holmdel.
“We knew the Bell Works New Jersey campus was the perfect location for a second Oink and Moo as soon as we stepped inside,” said Joshua Sacks, co-owner of Oink and Moo. “We can’t wait to bring quality barbecue and burger menu items to the Metroburb, and are beyond excited to add something fresh to the variety of dining options available on The Block.”
Oink & Moo will officially open doors at the Metroburb in October and celebrate with a grand opening event to follow. Its menu offers classic barbecue dishes, and is created with a mix of styles from each region of the southern “Barbecue Belt.” Every meal is made from scratch using the finest ingredients.
In addition to a restaurant, Oink and Moo at Bell Works will include offerings from The Market, including a selection of smoker grills, custom marinades, rubs, grill accessories and more, providing customers with the full Oink and Moo experience at home.
“We’re constantly seeking one-of-a-kind restaurants and retailers to add to Bell Works’ blooming ecosystem of business and culture,” said Ralph Zucker, president of Somerset Development. “Oink and Moo BBQ & Burgers are not only available to those who work at the Metroburb, but to anyone looking for a vibrant, high-quality barbecue experience.”
To easily service Bell Works’ vibrant office community, Oink and Moo will also offer a mobile app for those working at the metroburb to order delivery, and promises the food’s arrival within 20 minutes.
Oink and Moo began in October 2020 as a partnership between Sacks and co-owner Kevin Trimarchi, who owns 22 West Tap & Grill in Bridgewater. Sacks began his catering business in 2011 and officially opened his first food truck in 2012, which won a number of culinary awards. In May 2021, Trimarchi opened Epic Cookies on Main Street in Somerville.
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