New Restaurant Chains Heading For The Garden State

A host of nationwide eateries are on the horizon.

The chains are coming, the chains are coming.

Burgers, juices, wings, all-day breakfasts—these eats are the focus of a slew of chain restaurants opening outlets in New Jersey in the near future.

Opening in time for the start of school in the University Heights neighborhood of Newark is Smashburger, whose name says it all. To be located at 156 Warren Street, it will serve lunch and dinner daily.

Hurricane BTW is setting up its first New Jersey shop at 1530 Route 46 West in Woodland Park. BTW equals burgers-tacos-wings, and describes the menu succinctly. Lunch and dinner.

All-day breakfast is the calling card for Huddle House, which plans a new outlet at 234 Springfield Avenue in Newark. Open 24 hours.

Wing Stop, with wings of all stripes, is working on an outpost at 415 South Washington Avenue in Bergenfield. Lunch and dinner.

Jersey City will be the new home of two chains eateries. Pret-a-Manger a new quick-stop spot in the Newport Center Mall, 30 Mall Drive West. With beverages, baked goods, wraps and more, it will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner;

Juice Basin, now in Asbury Park, is looking to open at 306 Second Street.



In other news:

Monsoon Fine Indian Cuisine, long a fixture in Mount Laurel, now has an offspring of the same name in the Barclay Farms Shopping Center on Route 70 in Cherry Hill. It serves lunch and dinner daily, except on Mondays. 856-528-2526; Coincidentally, there’s a restaurant in the works called Monsun that will serve Indian cuisine at 606 Kinderkamack Road in River Edge.

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