The former Grady David's has a new name and new management.

By Sarah E. Moran, Special to The Mercury

HONEY BROOK — The former Grady David’s has a new name and new management.

It’s now called Bistro on 10, named for its location at the southeast corner of routes 10 and 322, on the first floor and lower level of the Waynebrook Inn in this historic borough.

Lewis Frame Jr., who owns 60 percent of the Waynebrook Corp., which owns the year-old restaurant, suddenly took it over Dec. 11 from minority owner and well-known regional restaurateur Dave Magrogan. Frame reopened the 300-seat restaurant as Bistro on 10 five days later.

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