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Charlie Brown’s Fresh Grill Corporate Office

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Charlie Brown's Fresh Grill Corporate Office Address

Charlie Brown's Corporation
35 Main StreetSecond Floor
Millburn, New Jersey 07041

Contact Charlie Brown's Fresh Grill

Phone Number: (973) 232-6570
Fax Number: (973) 232-6564
Email: Email Charlie Brown's Fresh Grill

Charlie Brown's Fresh Grill Facts

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Charlie Brown's Fresh Grill Executives

CEO: Russell D'Anton

Charlie Brown's Fresh Grill History

Charlie Brown’s Fresh Grill, originally called Charlie Brown’s Steakhouse, but most often simply called Charlie Brown’s, was founded in 1966 in Warren, New Jersey by three business associates who wanted a restaurant nice enough for business lunches, as well as dinner out with friends or family.

The company operates a chain of steak and seafood restaurants whose specialty dish is prime rib and a special house salad. The company has been sold several times over the years and currently belongs to Praesidian Capital, a private equity firm.

Charlie Brown’s Fresh Grill filed for bankruptcy in 2010, forcing the company to close 47 locations. Today, the company has 25 locations in three states.

Charlie Brown's Fresh Grill FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Charlie Brown's Fresh Grill?
Answer 1: The phone number for Charlie Brown's Fresh Grill is (973) 232-6570.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Charlie Brown's Fresh Grill?
Answer 2: The CEO of Charlie Brown's Fresh Grill is Russell D'Anton.

Question 3: Who founded Charlie Brown's Fresh Grill?
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HEATHER LIGHTBODY March 23, 2019 at 7:27 pm

I set up a handshake card with my boyfriend’s last name and phone number, and my email….the application then asked whom else should be listed as a user on the card, including name, birth date, phone number, and relationship….today when i went to the charlie brown’s in washington township, i went to put the triple points on the card…the waitress told me since we were not married that i couldnt use HIS card and put the points on HIS policy….if that’s the conpany policy, why does the application ask for additional users and relationship when applying for a handshake card?


Heather Lightbody June 14, 2019 at 2:05 pm

I’m still waiting for a reply from the corporate office,
since my last email in MARCH 2019.
Thank you.


Dorothy Vosburgh November 13, 2018 at 3:02 pm

On Oct. 17, 2018, I wrote a letter sent via US post regarding the possibility of having a $10 voucher restored to me that was part of eGift Certificate #2075, a gift to me from my son. This $10 voucher expired due to our server’s lack of information regarding an inquiry I made at the time of dining at our local Charlie Brown’s restaurant, To date, I have received no reply to my request nor acknowledgement of its receipt by your corporate office. This is disappointing, as my family and I are staunch fans of your fare and often enjoy meals at your restaurants. I would be most appreciative of your assistance in this matter if we are to continue to be patrons in the future. Sincerely yours, Dorothy Vosburgh (Toms River, NJ)


Beverly snyder May 10, 2018 at 7:51 pm

Never was to a Charlie Brown’s before today and after my experience rest assured I will NEVER go back. Met my friend at the Silverton establishment today for her birthday lunch around 2pm. We tried to redeem her birthday $10 and get separate checks so I could also take advantage of MY offer of a first timer free appetizer. We were told we couldn’t do that because in order to use the $10/off we had to have 2 entrees. I couldn’t see her on phone coupon so we then asked if we could still have separate checks so we both could get our free appetizers. Again we were told no that we couldnt because there are no separate checks when a coupon was involved. My friend wanted the Thursday rib special and was told she could not use the birthday coupon on it. What the hell, what is the point of sending a birthday coupon if it couldnt be used ? At this point she was upset and just ordered the ribs without using any coupon and I ordered the soup of the day, prime rib and requested separate checks again so I could get my free appetizer. Once more we were denied. My friend had gotten up to get her salad while I was speaking to the waitress who appeared to become agitated at our requests. My friend then went and got the manager (a young woman of about 25 years old) who confirmed that we could not get separate checks just to use a coupon, any coupon. At that point my soup was brought out and my friend had made a plate of salad but we both had enough! We got up, left everything and walked out. Worst experience ever!!! We drove up to Outback Steakhouse instead and were treated like queens, separate checks no problem, substitutions no problem. Food was pricier but didn’t care because the service was outstanding. They know how to treat a customer which apparently your staff does not. Cancel my newly signed up membership as I shall not be returning and advising friends and family to do the same! My member # Card number: 8499 0800 6430. Considering how many establishments are closing up shop lately one would think an establishment such as yours would try and keep customers and not drive them away! This will be shared on various social media channels as well because quite frankly you should be ashamed of yourselves.


Michael March 28, 2018 at 4:28 am

Back in the late 60(s) and 1970(s), my family would go to the Charlie Brown’s restaurants in Southern California. All of the California locations have been closed for years {sigh}. The Closest location to our home (which is still in the family) is now a Hooters ( I’d rather have Charlie Brown’s back).

Back then, the waitresses wore a very distinctive uniform. The brown (just above the knee) dress was open in the front showing the huge white petticoat underneath the dress. The upper part of the dress was “colonial” (circa 1776) in style – low cut square (“boat neck”???) top with 1/2 [???] sleeves. White ruffles along the neckline and bottom of the sleeves.

I saw the same style uniform being worn by a XXXXtail waitress at a Loves restaurant in Chuka Vista CA during the 1980(s). The only difference was the dress was black instead of brown.

By chance, do you have photographs of Waitresses wearing the uniform (front & back???) that you could email a copies to me PLEASE! Also, do you know who manufactured the uniform or someone who has the patterns?


Angelina Calantropio February 1, 2018 at 7:16 pm

I visited your Millburn Charlie Brown and it was my worst experience between service and the food, My friend and I have stopped there before the theatre and always have been satisfied but today it sucked, first order was wrong so they redid it and the second order was a disaster ,the service was the worst we ever had, tried to call and line is disconnected, and so is contact.
It came brunt on one side and she did not want to complain because she already had and suffered with her sandwich, I did not know what was wrong with it until I had taken the other half home and seen why she didn’t eat it, I called and told her why she didn’t send it back, she said she was hungry and had waited long enough


BilliJo O'Kane January 12, 2018 at 3:30 pm

my husband and I go to dinner at least 3 times a week. Charlie Browns is included where we like to dine. Recently a new location in Forked River, NJ has opened. Last night we went there for the first time. My husband witnessed a horrible health issue. He was exiting the men’s room when he witnessed that a gentleman who worked there , who just finished a bowel movement, exit the rest room without washing his hands and walk directly in the kitchen. Our dinners sitting in front of us, we paid for our food and left the establishment without eating for obvious reasons. I feel this issue needs to be addressed quickly before there is a health outbreak there.


Joanne Gutzler October 7, 2017 at 1:16 pm

My Husband Art and I have been regulars at Charlie Browns in Springfield, PA for years and we always have the same wonderful server Denise. CB is one of our favorite places to go every week. We look forward to dinner there on Friday nights – it’s a place where everybody knows your name and you feel welcome. Our friends have joined us many of times for our Friday night dinners.

Every year in October we celebrate my husband’s birthday together with my daughter-in-laws birthday at CB. This year my husband turned 70 and I decided to give him a surprise party on September 30th , and there is only one place I felt I could make it special and that was at CB.

Sue the manager was so wonderful, helpful and accommodating. Our wonderful servers were Denise and Ellen.

Sue did a great job in setting up our space in the dinning room. I was not there for the appetizers but all of the guests told me that they were excellent.

The food, the salad bar, and everything was excellent. My husband felt his birthday was special! My thank you to the staff of CB in Springfield.

My intention was to write a letter containing wonderful comments which I think I have done, but, I am saddened that yesterday, October 4th, I got a call from Corporate because they were not sure when my party was going to be held and to inform me that they have closed the doors permanently in Springfield. I am so sorry to hear that because I know that there are other people also who regularly go to Charlie Brown’s, not to mention the short notice given to Denise and Ellen whom we have known for many years. We have been going there so long that the staff felt like family.

Springfield is a small community and it was so nice to have a restaurant that caters to the locals.

Again, I am very disappointed in your decision to close this location.

Joanne Gutzler


harold brilliant April 28, 2017 at 12:41 pm

Complaint…………..Complaint, petty, but irritating. Went to Fishkill restaurant last evening. Parking filled up, dropped niece’s husband off to get table. We (niece and I) joined him.
Had to wait several minutes, waitress was busy. After a few minutes she passed by–said she’s be with us shortly (okay), but waited a few more minutes. Finally got up, spoke to buss boy? Omar to find our waitress. Finally after a few more minutes she finally came by. We immediately ordered our meal along with the drinks at this point. I ordered a glass of beer expecting the Happy Hour price………Waitress said “No” it was seven minutes after the 7:00 cut-off. I explained we’d been there “before” 7. She basically said too bad. It’s not paying a couple bucks more, it was insulting! She knew we we there in time. Either bad waitress or crappy management policy. Interesting to see what he has to say.
Even if we had arrived at 7:00, one way or the other, the tie should go to the customer.
Is their whole operation that way? I live local, have visited there often, hosted small family functions there in the past. But getting insulted over something stupid???


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