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 September 22

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The new concept, called 1776 by David Burke and featuring Topgolf Swing Suite, will combine fine dining with a simulated golf and entertainment experience.(Photo Courtesy, 1776 by David Burke featuring Topgolf Swing Suite)

A new dining and entertainment concept is coming to New Jersey.

The concept, called 1776 by David Burke and featuring Topgolf Swing Suite, will combine fine dining with a simulated golf and entertainment experience.

An exact opening date has yet to be announced, but 1776 is aiming for October, according to a press release.

The venue will be located at 67 E. Park Pl., on Morristown Green in Morristown.

A Topgolf Swing Suite will adjoin the restaurant. It is a mini version of Topgolf, the popular party venue and entertainment complex featuring simulated golfing experiences.

There are currently three Topgolf Swing Suite locations in New Jersey — Atlantic City, Freehold and Flemington. The new one coming to 1776 will have six suites that also can be used for simulated golf, watch parties, birthdays and corporate events.

The restaurant will have its own food and drink menus created by David Burke, a celebrity chef. His menu items include a signature “clothesline bacon,” lobster dumplings and Pink Himalayan salt-aged steaks.

David Burke

Celebrity Chef David Burke, seen here at his Sea Bright restaurant The Drifthouse.

“1776′s innovative venue will make it a landmark in Morristown’s bustling restaurant scene,” Burke said. “Our approachable, world-class menu will be second to none with seasonal foods presented with an elevated flare.”

Burke, a Hazlet native, owns more than a dozen restaurants around the world, including six in New Jersey.

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