Popular Hunterdon County natural food restaurant abruptly closes

A popular health food restaurant has abruptly closed after eight years in Hunterdon County.

The Clean Plate Kitchen on Main Street in Clinton made the announcement Oct. 29 on its Facebook page, citing changes in the industry.

The restaurant had earned a reputation for locally sourced, allergen-friendly “wellness foods.”

“We have made the difficult decision to close the restaurant,” the post read.

“The environment, trends, industry and our family have grown and changed a lot during this time.”

Meanwhile, the restaurant owners are shifting their focus to prioritizing Feel good at homea home delivery meal subscription service.

“It seems natural that our business will grow with us,” the restaurant’s Facebook post reads. “We are expanding Feel Good Food at Home and renaming to create a focused effort on our prepared meals service.”

“We’re working on a new venue and creative ideas to bring Feel Good Food to your doorstep or for intimate pop-up events and cooking classes.”

The owners express their gratitude to their long-time customers and encourage them to stay tuned for exciting developments.

“Thank you again for your love and continued support as we make this difficult and exciting transition to put our family first and rehabilitate our spirit and love of food and industry,” the post concludes.

“Times are changing and so are we. We are really excited about this next adventure. Stay tuned for more exciting changes and developments.

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