NorthJersey.com wants to keep you up to date on all the newest shops, restaurants and service providers moving into your towns.
So we’re regularly providing roundups of these new shops and businesses. Some can keep you fed, others can keep you entertained, and still others are dedicated to helping you look your best. Below is a list of some businesses that recently opened or are coming soon to your community.
Are you opening a new business in North Jersey? Get the word out to your neighbors as soon as possible. Send us your information and photos and we will try to add them to our next new-business roundup.
We’re also interested in reporting business closings. Have a tip? Contact Business Reporter Daniel Munoz at munozd@northJersey.com, or 201-270-9870.
Fratelli Pizza, Wayne
WHAT YOU’LL FIND: Dining with a pizzeria and coffee shop with desserts in one. Classic pies ranging from Sicilian to chicken Parmesan.
WHERE: 129 Mountainview Blvd., Wayne. Phone number is 973-987-3282.
WHEN: Grand reopening was Nov. 15.
Aldo, Bergen Town Center, Paramus
WHAT YOU’LL FIND: Stylish and accessible footwear, handbags and accessories, operating under the ALDO and Call It Spring brands.
WHERE: Bergen Town Center at Route 4 East & Forest Avenue in Paramus. aldoshoes.com.
WHEN: The store opened Nov. 15. Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Saturday
Dream Pairs, Bergen Town Center, Paramus
WHAT YOU’LL FIND: Men’s, women’s and children’s shoes under the Dream Pairs, Nortiv 8 and Bruno Marc brand and accessories. Women’s shoes for sale range from pumps, flats heels, wedge sandals, boots and more. This is the store’s second brick and mortar location.
“With Dream Pairs choosing this property for one of its first physical stores, we have further validation for our recent investments and continued focus on creating a must-shop-stop for the community.” said Paul Schiffer, SVP of Leasing for Urban Edge, which owns Bergen Town Center.
WHERE: Bergen Town Center at Route 4 East & Forest Avenue in Paramus. The website is www.dreampairshoes.com
WHEN: The store is opening in early 2024.
Daniel Munoz covers business, consumer affairs, labor and the economy for NorthJersey.com and The Record.
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