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The Firehouse Cafe – ‘The Best Night in Town’

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The Best Night In Town!

If you’re a long-time New Jersey resident, you’re probably already familiar with Mount Holly’s dining and entertainment landmark, The Firehouse Café.  This lively restaurant is farm more than just a place to grab a meal.  From the delectable All-American cuisine to energized bar and nightlife to its vibrant star-studded entertainment scene, visitors to The Firehouse Café quickly see why this place really is ‘The Best Night in Town!’

The Café’s All-American Food

Firehouse Café SaladAppetizers like BBQ or Firehouse Buffalo Wings, Mac & Cheese or Fried Mozzarella baked to gooey, golden perfection, a combo of flavorful grilled and fried shrimp or savory Sweet Potato Fries are perfect starters to a night of dining.

Each day, Chef Dominique Major prepares the ‘Soup du Jour’ with the freshest ingredients she has available.  Creamy Lobster Bisque Soup, ‘4-Alarm Chile,’ Fried Chicken Salad and Salmon Salad round out the Soup & Salad Menu.

Firehouse Café's Grilled SalmonThe Firehouse Café’s entree menu is carefully designed to please any appetite.  Pork lovers can select from Smoked Spare Ribs which are bathed in the Café’s signature BBQ sauce or an 8-ounce Center Cut Pork Chop that has been perfectly seasoned and pan-seared or fried.  For the seafood aficionado, the Café offers Grilled Shrimp Skewers, Deep Fried Butterfly Shrimp or fresh Atlantic Salmon seasoned with the restaurant’s signature spice blend and grilled.  Down-home ‘Country Fried Chicken’ is as crisp and juicy as its name implies, and the Firehouse Café’s house-seasoned Half Chicken is served with roasted potatoes and fresh vegetables.

Firehouse Café's 'Firehouse' BurgerFor you burger connoisseurs, the Firehouse Café is a guaranteed hit!  The Signature 1/2-pound spicy Firehouse Burger is topped with Aioli Sauce and served with fresh-cut fries; the Bacon Cheeseburger is piled high with bacon and cheddar, and the Meatball Sandwich is Italian meatball and marinara perfection on a bun!

The Firehouse Café is also a popular venue for large banquets and celebrations.  From weddings to bar-mitzvahs to retirement celebrations, birthday dinners and company events, this restaurant is fully equipped to handle large parties and celebrations of all varieties.

The Entertainment

Eric Marienthal with owner Lou Rogers, JrEach week The Firehouse Café features some of the best live entertainment in the Tri-State area. Top local bands, national and international recording artists perform jazz, blues, R&B, gospel, Old-School rock — even comedy shows. Thursday nights at The Firehouse Café are ‘Open Mic’ night.  Local singers and musicians get the joint jumpin’ with the Café’s house band, “The Firemen.”  Afterward, guests are free to take the stage and sing their favorites.  So come on in, quench your thirst with a cold brew, a glass of wine, or one of the bar’s house-crafted drinks, and enjoy the Thursday entertainment – there’s no cover charge!

The Firehouse Cafe

The Firehouse Café also schedules a star-studded list of entertainers.  Mindi Abair, Jeff Lorber, and Eric Marienthal are just a few of the jazz recording artists who’ve performed to sold out capacity at the Firehouse Café.  Visit the Firehouse Café’s website for their ever-changing list of upcoming artist performances, concerts, and events.

Blue MagicFridays and Saturdays are always filled with popular local and regional entertainment.  Cintron routinely performs Latin and Salsa music at the Café; Blue Magic sings their soulful hits; Philadelphia’s Deyonna Kai and Angela DePersia bring it with their electric mix; DJ’s spin for the crowd.  The Firehouse Café’s nightly schedule is linked on their website, so you can ‘know before you go.’

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The Firehouse Café

20 Washington Street, Mount Holly, NJ

 609-261-4502

Email: info@thefirehousecafe.net

 

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