Quadruplets Open Jersey Mike’s in Hainesport; Other Dining News

Plus: A popular French-Asian bakery opens in Bergenfield, and Angeloni’s II closes after 42 years in Atlantic City.

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Jersey Mike’s, Hainesport

Jersey Mike’s is a staple throughout the Garden State, but a new location in Hainesport is quite unique. It’s owned by the Ballard brothers, quadruplets who have always dreamed of running a Jersey Mike’s together. Erich, Sam, Tom and Nick worked at the Middletown Jersey Mike’s in their teens. Stop in for one of your favorite subs or cheesesteaks.
1520 NJ-38 Unit 6, Hainesport; 609-534-2282

Tous les Jours, Bergenfield

A popular South Korean bakery chain has opened in Bergenfield. Already boasting six other locations throughout New Jersey, Tous les Jours is known for making fresh, French-Asian-inspired breads and pastries on the premises each day. Indulge in items such as the taro buttercream bread, walnut caramel scones and mango cloud cake.
387 South Washington Avenue, Bergenfield; 201-771-0117

Turning Point, Paramus

Turning Point is opening up a new location in Paramus. The chain began operating in Little Silver and now has over 10 locations throughout New Jersey. Turning Point is known for breakfast and lunch specials like cinnamon roll pancakes, bruschetta Benedict and shakshuka. The menu also features seasonal beverages, toasts and egg dishes.
65 Route 4 West, Paramus; 201-345-4399


Angeloni’s II, Atlantic City

After 42 years in business, Angeloni’s II is closing its doors. After successfully growing his business into an Atlantic City staple, owner Alan Angeloni is retiring. Angeloni’s was known for serving Italian classics, from veal braciole to gnocchi to spaghetti and meatballs. Although patrons are sad to see Angeloni’s go, they do have a plethora of other great dining choices in Atlantic City to sample.
2400 Arctic Avenue, Atlantic City

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