Crumb Sandwich Joint, the original sandwich shop that opened in Haddonfield last Fall, has expanded and opened its 2nd location in downtown Bordentown at 1-1/2 Crosswicks Street. The Bordentown sandwich shop opened today, welcoming customers for its crave-worthy sandwiches on house-made bread, salads, and freshly made cinnamon rolls.
The quaint borough is already home to many acclaimed eateries such as Toscano Steakhouse, Marcello’s Coal Fired Restaurant, and HoopHouse Café. The new Burlington County sandwich shop is a welcome addition to the downtown area.
Adding to an already vibrant Bordentown food scene, Crumb will offer a viable lunch, early dinner, and weekend breakfast option for the walkable downtown accessible by the NJ Transit Riverline with lots of street parking and retail shopping in the business district.
Chefs David Murray and Walter Gouldsbury are also expanding with a third location in Medford sometime in September.
Best wishes to Crumb Bordentown!
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Marilyn is a freelance writer covering the food and drink scene of South Jersey. You can find more of her writing on Philly Grub and NewsBreak.