Hopewell Theatre’s renovations with the addition of a new restaurant and the expansion of its arts club are going to offer more intimate space for performers. The restaurant at 7 West Broad Street, formerly known as The Brothers Moon is undergoing renovations to offer more entertainment facilities to visitors.
The owners are studying the proposals from potential partners to create and run the restaurant. It is scheduled to open in 2020 with the new space.
Hopewell Theater Co-Founder and Executive Director, Sara Scully said that Hopewell theater will host “food and arts experiences” including private events such as meet-the-artist VIP receptions, afternoon “unplugged” concerts, book signings and readings. Sara Scully of ScullyOne Productions will take note of business development and restaurant design during the process of expansion of the Princeton movie theater.
In addition to this, a new executive director will be hired for meeting the needs of the restaurant. After its reopening since 2017, Hopewell theatre offers live music performances, comedy talks, and many first-run independent films.
In addition to offering its dining services, the restaurant will expand the services of the theatre. And the expansion of the arts club will offer a dynamic experience to all the visitors. The programming, operations, and marketing of the restaurant will be in synergy with that of the theatre.
Hopewell Theater offers a boost to the cultural community and it is an excellent place of meeting for a family as well as friends. Recently, it was honored with the New Jersey Business Association‘s Good Neighbor Award.