Jon Bon has done the music thing, the indoor soccer thing and now he's Red Bank's new restaurantour. But, this is not your average eatery.

After performing for over 30 years, there's no doubt that Jon Bon Jovi has tasted the culinary world's best. But at "Soul Kitchen," it's all about enjoying quality food and improving the quality of the community. This restaurant, which used to be an auto body shop near the Red Bank train station is dubbed as a "pay-what-you-can" establishment. Soul Kitchen provides high-quality meals to the hungry. Bon Jovi says:

There's no prices on our menu, so if you want to come and you want to make a difference, leave a $20 in the envelope on the table. If you can't afford to eat, you can bus tables, you can wait tables, you can work in the kitchen as a dishwasher or sous chef," he said. "If you say to me, 'I'm not a people person,' I say, 'That's not a problem. We'll take you back to Lunch Break to volunteer with those people. If you don't want to volunteer with that, we'll take you to the FoodBank.

Check out jbjsoulkitchen.org for more info. Are you going to check Soul Kitchen out?