Montclair's restaurants and cafes are switching to take-out only, and numerous other businesses have closed, as ordered by the state, to stem the COVID-19 outbreak.
The prospect of a COVID-19 outbreak in Montclair and the rest of New Jersey has led to a change in business for many Montclair stores.
Montclair Social Club owner Jason Miller is remodeling his 499-501 Bloomfield Ave. business and wants to expand his liquor license to include the second floor and a sidewalk café at 499-501 Bloomfield Ave.
By ERIN ROLL email@example.comSara Friend was out shopping at the Claremont Avenue CVS last Friday when she realized she had left her reusable bags in the car by mistake and had to pay for the...
By KELLY NICHOLAIDES For Montclair LocalOn its second attempt to sell its new liquor license, Montclair approved a $1.051 million transfer to real estate investor and Montclair restaurateur David Placek of Placek Enterprises, LLC.Placek, former...
Plans for the renovated Bellevue Theater include six theaters, a restaurant and a bar, but no parking.
Bloomfield Avenue is about to have a little less bling.
A 12-foot tall elf has taken up residence on Bloomfield Avenue.