BBQ Restaurant Closes Lambertville Storefront, Shifts Focus To Catering

The business is changing how it operates.

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After a nearly eight-year run at its Klines Court storefront in the City of Lambertville, More Than Q closed up its doors for customers on Sunday.

The closure was effective Sunday and marks the end of an era for the eatery known for making meat the star of the show.

While the physical restaurant has shuttered, More Than Q will continue to operate.

It will pivot to a catering-focused business model.

A notice posted on Sunday informed customers of the closure and expressed gratitude for their years of business.

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Founded in 2014 by pitmaster Matt Martin, More Than Q initially gained popularity by selling at markets in Easton and Stockton. The success in these markets led to the opening of the Lambertville storefront in 2016.

The restaurant built a loyal following over the years.

Sunday also saw the closure of another local favorite, the Full Moon Cafe. The cafe closed its doors permanently due to the retirement of its owner.

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