Sally Boy’s and Scarlett Reserve Room opens in Red Bank, NJ

One of my favorite things to write is the opening of local stores and restaurants, especially after what the pandemic has done to many business owners. For me, It’s exciting to see passionate entrepreneurs bringing something they love to our Jersey Shore communities. If you are considering opening a business, or if your business is hosting something unique like an event, or moving to a new location, send information to [email protected] – I’d love to spread the word for you!

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With that, there are two new businesses ready to make an impact in Red Bank, New Jersey. First off, a HUGE congratulations to Scarlet Reserve Room on its recent opening on October 1st. Scarlet Reserve Room will feature the hottest new cigars and a high quality CBD tasting room. Owners John Marchetti and William Rivera say their business is “one of the first high-end retail ‘tasting room’ concepts where customers can buy CBD and consume it in one place.” The Scarlet Reserve Room is located at 3 East Front Street in Red Bank.

Directly across from Scarlet Reserve Room, many Monmouth County residents are thrilled that Sally Boy’s is opening “this holiday season.” Sally Boy’s Director of Operations Jeff Sisco said, “The restaurant will be pizza-centric, but will also feature a variety of salads, sandwiches, cereal bowls, coffee, freshly baked pastries and a coffee / espresso bar. Sally Boy’s will be located at 1 Broad Street and expects the restaurant to be open seven days a week. The Broad Street building has been virtually empty for almost a decade! Expect Sally Boy’s interior design to be brand new and state of the art.

A nice little Italian market that arrives at Red Bank, is it great ?! So, after you’ve eaten a sandwich at Sally Boy’s, you can go for some CBD testing at Scarlet Reserve Room. Exploring Red Bank is the best! Good luck to the owners of Sally Boy’s and Scarlet Reserve Room, I wish you the best for the future! – Jimmy G

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