Jon Bon Jovi sits down with TODAY.com's Courtney Hazlett for a one-on-one interview about the opening of his restaurant Soul Kitchen.
On the eve of the opening of Jon Bon Jovi's new community restaurant, Soul Kitchen in Red Bank, N.J., I got the chance to sit down with the singer and talk about his new project.
And what a great project it is: Bon Jovi created a place where people can come and eat fresh, often organic and locally sourced food, regardless of whether they can pay. That's right: there are no prices on the menu, just pay what you can, if you can (if you can afford to eat, the suggested minimum is $10 per meal). If cash is an issue, the Soul Kitchen will gladly take an hour of volunteering in exchange for the three-course meal.
Check out the video and see for yourself, the project Bon Jovi is excited about, and hopes that you'll "steal" for your own community.
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New Jersey rocker Jon Bon Jovi talks about his new community restaurant, where those who can't pay to eat work to earn their meal.