Baja Fresh Closes, What Should Take its Place?

The Mexican-style restaurant on Route 18 has shuttered its doors.

The Route 18 Baja Fresh Mexican Grill is no more.

The Route 18 location of the Mexican-style restaurant known for its burritos, nachos and tacos, has closed its doors and gutted its interior.

Calls to the East Brunswick restaurant rang unanswered on Monday morning. A request for comment to the company's marketing department was not returned Monday.

The closest Baja Fresh location to East Brunswick is now located in Watchung, according to the Baja Fresh website

What would you like to see in its place? A different restaurant? A specific store? Tell us in the comments below.

Dan F April 11, 2013 at 01:41 PM
I see that the old Pollo Tropical will soon be an Urgent Care. Looks like there was too big a glut of restaurants on the street for anyone to want to open another.
John Romano April 11, 2013 at 01:59 PM
....another sign of the times for EB. Urgent Care facilities are prevalent in areas that have a large population of people that cannot afford "real" medical care. Urgent Care ...We Buy Gold ....Check Cashing establishments ....all the signs of a downward spiral.
Norman April 12, 2013 at 12:53 PM
Wow John Romano I had initially not thought of it that way but you are spot on. I realize that once again there is NOTHING we can do to stop it but I feel compelled to write this in case someone, anyone from our elected officials is reading this.... HELLO EAST BRUNSWICK TOWN COUNCIL DON'T TRY TO SPIN THIS AS A "POSITIVE" FOR OUR TOWN.,..AND REDUCED VACANCY ON RT 18!!!!!
Dan F April 13, 2013 at 12:10 AM
Don't forget the Unclaimed Freight store.
j r April 20, 2013 at 04:10 PM


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