More exciting news from the Ocean County Mall in Toms River, another great eatery is joining the MALL

 

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The Mall on its website has the Turning Point breakfast, brunch, and lunch coming soon to the Ocean County Mall on Hooper Avenue in Toms River. The announcement on the heels of this week's news that P.F. Chang's restaurant is also coming to the Ocean County Mall.

 

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The Turning Point breakfast brunch and lunch started in 1998 in Little Silver, New Jersey. The new Turning Point will be located next to P.F. Chang's on the end of the Mall where Sears used to be, across from Five Below.

This will be a great place for delicious food .... their philosophy is “fresh is always best”. This will be another welcomed addition to the Ocean County Mall as it continues to reinvent itself here in Toms River.

Residents are always looking for additional dining options and Turning Point will do just that. "Customers often ask us why we are not open in the evening. Our answer is always the same; we serve the best breakfast and lunch meals we know how from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. then we go home to our families."

No word yet on when the Turning Point will open in Toms River at the Ocean County Mall, but the website says "coming soon" so we will wait and look forward to welcoming this delicious eatery in Toms River.

Have YOU enjoyed breakfast or lunch at any other Turning Point location?

 

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