Turning Point, New Jersey’s number one breakfast and lunch restaurant, is pleased to announce its newest site at The Shops at Valley Square.
The award-winning Turning Point restaurants is scheduled to open on Monday, June 20, 2016.
Voted #1 in the Breakfast category in New Jersey Monthly’s “Jersey Choice Restaurant Poll 2015”, Turning Point joins the distinctive shopping center’s 35 clothing retailers, home-furnishing shops, restaurants and services. It is located closest to the entrance off Valley Square Boulevard from Route 611next to New York & Company.
New to the Turning Point restaurant concept is Cowabunga Coffee Roasters, which will be launched at the Warrington site. Cowabunga Coffee Roasters is a full-service coffee roasting operation dedicated to sourcing the highest grade of coffee beans using only 100 percent Arabica beans.
The team responsible for fresh roasting the beans has over 40 years of coffee roasting experience using their own Diedrich Roaster, recognized as one of the best small batch roasters available. The brewing process is also carefully attended to using triple-filtered water for brewing, and a micro-mesh screen, pour-over process that ensures all of the flavor and oils travel directly into each cup. Last but not least, Turning Point in Warrington will also use locally sourced milk from Kreider Farms in Lancaster County.
The Turning Point restaurants are family-owned and operated by Kirk Ruoff, who launched the first restaurant in Little Silver, New Jersey in 1998. There are now 11 New Jersey locations.
Each location is tastefully decorated with soothing natural colors, wainscoting, rich wood trim, lush live plants, large windows allowing plenty of natural light, comfortable dining areas, gas fireplaces, a private meeting area, a counter, and outside seating for warmer seasons.
Turning Point restaurants are open daily from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Menus include breakfast, lunch, children’s, catering and takeout menus. Cowabunga Coffee Roasters beans, whole and ground, will also be available at retail to brew at home.
“We are thrilled to bring our Turning Point restaurant to Warrington,” said Kirk Ruoff. “While coffee has always been a critical part to our customer’s experience our Cowabunga Coffee Roasters will bring our award-winning dining experience to an all new level.”
The 11 New Jersey locations are located in Brick, Cherry Hill, Hoboken, Holmdel, Little Silver, Long Branch, Manalapan, Marlton, Princeton, Sea Girt and Westfield.
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