Portuguese-inspired BBQ joint opens in Ewing

By Emily Bader
Ewing | Jan 3, 2020 at 10:07 am

A Portuguese-inspired barbecue restaurant has opened at Capital Plaza in Ewing, according to commercial real estate firm Levin Management Corp., the leasing and managing agent for the 335,000-square-foot property.

The 2,700-square-foot Pork Chop’s BBQ will offer menu items such as ribs, chicken, pork, steak and seafood as well as daily specials.

“We are pleased to bring this new dining option to Capitol Plaza,” Andrea Kyriacou, LMC’s senior leasing representative for the center, said. “Offering a large selection of high-quality menu items, Pork Chop’s BBQ appeals to patrons of all ages and is a great addition both to the property and the local restaurant landscape.” LMC recently announced that chicken restaurant chain Wingstop also will be joining the tenancy at Capitol Plaza.

Capital Plaza, which sits at the junction of Route 206 and North Olden Avenue, offers office and retail spaces, with tenants including Marshalls, Save-A-Lot, Dollar Tree, Planet Fitness, Jersey College, Kicks USA, Harbor Freight Tools, Forman Mills, dd’s Discounts, American Furniture, Ashley Stewart, GNC, Foot Locker, and more.