Satis Opens in Bloomfield

The menu which will be the same as what is offered in the Jersey City location.

Satis, Jersey City has opened Satis at 289 Glenwood Avenue, Bloomfield (973-743-1097). The menu will be the same as the Jersey City location and will feature customers’ favorite dishes over the last 5 years, such as the short rib with chorizo and goat cheese mashed potatoes; bouillabaisse; chicken chasseur; scallops with Brussels sprouts and brown butter. There will also be house-made charcuterie and pasta selections. Satis has a liquor license and an extensive menu of wines and drinks.

Grillera Mediterranean Cuisine in Madison has opened a second location at 460 Pleasant Valley Way, West Orange (973-669-3582); BYO. Menu items include hummus, lebni, stuffed grape leaves, manti, okra with lamb and kebabs. The location previously housed Sefarat Mediterranean Cuisine.


Blaze Pizza, a chain restaurant, has opened at 5 Teterboro Landing Drive, Teterboro (201-381-6465). A future location is planned for Livingston.

Gogi Grill, offering traditional Korean BBQ, has opened at 79 Hudson Street, Hoboken (201-792-4504).

The Hills Tavern, previously Martini Bistro & Bar, has opened at 40 Main Street, Millburn (973-377-4614).

Neapolitan style pizza cooked in a wood burning oven, BBQ and wings are featured at JT Straws Pizza & Barbeque, 124 Lincoln Avenue, Hawthorne (973-636-6626).


Fricassee, Montclair

Rivoli’s Italian & Seafood Restaurant, Toms River

Sefarat Mediterranean Cuisine, West Orange

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  1. Michael

    The $25.00 per bottle corkage fee Satis lists on the bottom of their website is excessive and while it may fly in Jersey City, I doubt the folks in Bloomfield will find it reasonable. I know it would dissuade me from trying their restaurant, which is a pity.