The COVID-19 pandemic has hurt many businesses and to this day many businesses are still trying to rebuild.

Many businesses are trying to get back on their feet to be back to normal like they were prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.

It has not been an easy task for many local businesses.

In Cherry Hill, you will soon be able to enjoy both a nice meal and a show at Downstage Dinner Theater. Recently Downstage Dinnet Theater posted on the business's Facebook page asking, "Does South Jersey need a Dinner Theatre?" They also mentioned that there is "nothing like a good meal and a great show! We are working on it!"

According to the Downstage Dinner Theater's website, this is "South Jersey's first dinner theater." That sounds like a good time for sure, watch a play while also enjoying a nice dinner. We learned that "Downstage Dinner Theatre teams up with Lamberti's Tutti Toscani to bring you SOUTH JERSEY'S first and only dinner theatre!"

Many Facebook posts have been made on the Downstage Dinner Theater's page stating that "a rebirth is in the works."

A Facebook post created on August 27, 2021, states that guests will have the opportunity to enjoy different events such as "Theatre, Comedy, Murder Mysteries, Concerts, and much more."

Downstage Dinner Theatre is located at 2005 Marlton Pike East, Suite C, in Cherry Hill New Jersey.

No further information was shared in regards to when Downstage Dinner Theater will open again but some Facebook users have shown love and said that they are "looking forward to it."

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