Father and Son Duo Open Newest Black-Owned Caribbean Restaurant in New Jersey

Parris and Tristan Jordan

Meet Parris and Tristan Jordan, a father-son duo who opened Bacchanal Junction, the newest black-owned Caribbean restaurant in Bloomfield, New Jersey. With a wealth of experience in hospitality and a deep-rooted passion for Caribbean culture, the Jordans bring a fresh and vibrant dining experience to Bloomfield and East Orange.

The menu blends Caribbean cooking traditions with a modern twist, featuring dishes like Shark Bites, Jerk Salmon, and Stewed Kingfish with Creole Sauce. Guests can also look forward to island-style drinks such as the Hibiscus Buccaneer and the Caribbean Kiss Pisco Sour.

Bacchanal Junction adds a touch of tropical elegance to the area with its stylish decor and warm welcome, promising to delight locals and visitors alike.

Behind Bacchanal Junction are Parris and Tristan Jordan, a father-son duo with extensive experience in hospitality. Parris, known for his work in consulting and hotel development, has led projects worth over $20 billion, including renowned Caribbean destinations like Atlantis and The Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman.

Tristan, armed with a degree in Hotel & Tourism Management from New York University, shares his father's passion for Caribbean culture and cuisine. With his background in asset management, he brings a fresh perspective and dedication to quality to Bacchanal Junction.

"At Bacchanal Junction, we're on a mission to celebrate the rich tapestry of Caribbean flavors and culture," Jordan told Patch.com. "From savory jerk chicken to succulent seafood dishes, every bite tells a story of tradition, innovation, and passion."

Learn more about the restaurant via its official website BacchanalNJ.com and be sure to follow the brand on Instagram @BacchanalNJ

Also, you can support the business by visiting its location at 558 Arlington Avenue, Bloomfield, NJ 07003

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