A Lunch Cafe employing adults with Intellectual Disabilities.  

We are OPEN for Take-Out,  Indoor Dining and FREE local Delivery.    Order Online or Call Us (732)268-7471.    Reservations recommended but not required.   Call Us for Delivery!

** CLOSED January 1st – January 7th **

Monday:  11:00am – 3:00pm
Tuesday: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Wednesday: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Thursday:  11:00am – 3:00pm
Friday:  11:00am – 3:00pm
Saturday: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Sunday:  CLOSED




NO LIMITS CAFE – 418 ROUTE 35 – RED BANK, NJ – 07701

SUSTAINING DONOR OPPORTUNITY still available!!!   For a minimum donation of $1,000, your name will be displayed in the Cafe in perpetuity, you will be invited to an annual Founding & Sustaining Donor only dinner, and will receive Sustaining Donor communications throughout the year.


The 1st Suzanne Hatfield No Limits Cafe Training class has successfully completed in November 2022.  We are so proud of our 5 graduates and are working with them on finding meaningful employment!

We are currently accepting applications for our 2024 10-week paid training programs to help additional adults with intellectual disabilities find meaningful employment and lead productive, successful lives.  It is imperative that we substantially lower that 80% unemployment rate in Monmouth County, NJ for this underserved population.  Thank you Suzanne Hatfield, a No Limits Cafe benefactor, for helping us to continue to change the lives of adults with intellectual disabilities.

The desired goal is to place all of our trainees in jobs, collaborating with employers to ensure success.

We need YOU!  Come join the dance party!  Volunteer at No Limits Cafe.  You will leave feeling good!  #dogoodfeelgood.

 Current Fundraisers


Our 6th Annual Golf Outing will be held on Monday June 17, 2024.  Register now for dinner and sponsorship opportunities.

2024 TCS New York City Marathon

We have 10 spots for the 2024 TCS New York City Marathon – November 3, 2024

Submit request to get one of the coveted spots.

Latest Newletter

To catch up on all the Staff and No Limits Cafe news that is fit to print, please click here to see the full Newsletter.

It’s been an amazing year!

See how community support and generosity has impacted No Limits Cafe and the Suzanne Hatfield Training Program. Read all about our trainees, employees and their progress. Don’t forget to mark your calendars for upcoming No Limits Cafe events.

Thanks again for your continued support and cheers to 2024!   We can’t do what we do without you!    See you soon at the Cafe…

Some Facts

Phase I

  • Open lunch cafe in early 2020
  • Employ 30-35 adults with Intellectual Disabilities
  • Pay everyone minimum wage
  • Serve great food!


  • 10-week paid program to train additional adults with Intellectual Disabilities to work in the restaurant and hospitality industry in 2022.
  • Work with other establishments to hire our program trainees. Currently, we have 9 establishments interested.

How Can You Help?


  • Spread the word:  Please share our message with family and friends.   Please connect with us via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.  Please follow us as we grow.
  • Donate:  We rely 100% on donations from people like you! Your donation goes directly to pay our training and operating costs. By making a donation to No Limits Cafe, you are helping to employ adults with Intellectual Disabilities and to change the world!
  • The act of honoring another person is a powerful celebration of their significance to us. This could be the memory of a precious loved one. Or the monumental contributions of an inspiring figure. These people touch our lives and make the world a better place. They should be acknowledged. What better way than with a donation in their name?
  • Fundraise:  Please contact us if you would be interested in having a fundraiser for No Limits Cafe.


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EMPOWER adults with intellectual disabilities by providing jobs and job training to help them lead fulfilling lives within our community and to increase awareness of their potential.

“Eat well, do good.”