German Doner Kebab Comes to Westfield; Other Dining News

Plus: A Mexican-fusion restaurant replaces Tortilla Press in Collingswood, and a three-decade-old Westville diner abruptly shutters.

Two diners enjoy kebabs, fries and drinks at German Doner Kebab in Westfield
Try a hearty kebab at this new Westfield spot. Photo: Courtesy of German Doner Kebab


German Doner Kebab, Westfield

This global chain has opened its second New Jersey location. The fast-casual restaurant combines traditional German and Turkish cuisines to create tasty and filling kebab variations, made with halal meats and handmade breads.
125 East Broad Street

Anytime Kitchen, Fort Lee

Anytime Kitchen has expanded from New York City to offer New Jerseyans its philosophy of “culture, connection, anytime.” The restaurant offers sushi, Korean BBQ and a diverse drink menu that can be enjoyed in the cozy, eclectic dining and lounge areas during lunch, dinner or anytime in between.
2025 Lemoine Avenue 

Paloma, Collingswood

This modern Mexican-fusion eatery in the heart of Collingswood replaces the beloved Tortilla Press, which unexpectedly closed in late May. Paloma features brunch and dinner menus in its Tulum oasis–inspired dining room. The restaurant is BYOB and closed on Mondays.
703 Haddon Avenue; 856-869-0890


Gateway Diner, Westville

Just three nights before their final day of operation, the owners of the three-decade-old Gateway Diner announced they were forced to close due to the Route 47 bridge-rebuild project. The Gloucester County structure had sat beside Route 47 for nearly 83 years; it originally opened as Joe’s Diner in 1940. Gateway’s Facebook announcement of the closure sparked over 600 comments of condolences. The diner’s final serving was Sunday at 9 pm. 

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