Sickles Market To Open Second Location

The Little Silver market will open another location in Red Bank in 2018. This, and other openings and closings news throughout the state.

Sickles Market, One Harrison Avenue, Little Silver, has announced that they will open a second location in Red Bank in early 2018. The newest addition to Sickles Market will occupy a 7,000-square-foot, street-level space in the totally renovated Anderson Moving and Storage building. This building, which has been vacant for more than 30 years, is in the heart of the Antique and Arts District on the city’s west side. Renovations are scheduled to begin in 2016. The new market will include a deli with prepared foods, bakery, butcher, seafood, coffee, and more and will add approximately 55 local jobs to its existing staff of 165.

The renovations have been completed and Park & Orchard, has reopened at 240 Hackensack Street, East Rutherford, with David Madison, formerly of the Saddle River Inn and entrepreneur Andrew Guarino as the new owners The menu is a mixture of new dishes along with executive chef, Christopher Albrecht’s take on favorites. Patrons can expect organic and locally sourced produce and meats as well as the renowned wine cellar plus craft cocktails. (201-939-9292)


Burgers, fries and hot dogs are on the menu at the newly opened Black Rebel Burger, 363 Essex Street, Hackensack (201 880-8890).

Martha’s Restaurant, offering breakfast and lunch, has opened at 308 Pacific Avenue, Jersey City (201-433-3393)

Namaste, a Himalayan restaurant, has opened at 1086 River Road, Edgewater, featuring the cuisine of south East Asia, including India, Nepal, Tibet and Burma (201-224-9777) BYO. Open daily.

Bavarian pretzel; potato pancakes with applesauce, sour cream & chives; German wurst platter; salads; specialty sausages and sandwiches are a few of the menu items at the newly opened Redds Biergarten, 218 Market Street, Newark (201-933-0015).

Vittorio’s Italian Restaurant and Bar at The Bay Club, 5101 Shawcrest Road, Wildwood (609-522-7447).


Ravagh Persian Grill, Edgewater

After 35 years, Smith Brother’s Steak & Chophouse, Ridgewood has closed.

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