Jon Bon Jovi opens third restaurant to serve free meals to people in need

A famous Rockstar and frontman of the band Bon Jovi, his voice was the voice of rock in the early 80s until the early part of the new millennium. Their hits “You Give Love a Bad Name,” “Livin’ on a Prayer,” and “Bed of Roses,” among many others, have all been an anthem of someone’s life.

But more than being a rock icon, Jon Bon Jovi is a Rockstar for helping others.

He found an auto-body repair shop near a train track in Red Bank and turned it into a community kitchen in 2011. His restaurant boasts of its farm-to-table dining experience. However, the best thing about his restaurant is not the food – but how it helps the community.
Jon Bon Jovi opens third restaurant to serve free meals to people in need

Thanks to his wife, Dorothea, that they came up with the idea of a community kitchen.

JBJ Soul is not your typical restaurant.
People can dine here and have two unique payment options:

Either you pay $20 for your meal which ends up as a donation for someone else’s meal…