Amid a friendly Old-World market atmosphere, the butchers of Pulaski Meat Products smoke, slice, and link an array of Eastern European meats onsite. Hoops of Kraiana kielbasa ($4.19/lb.) spin on dinner tables or the turntables of experimental DJs, and black forest ham ($6.29/lb.) fills sandwiches with its savory, salty flavor. Frankfurters ($4.79/lb.) await the grill or frying pan, and baby back ribs ($6.59/lb.) come infused with the taste of the smokehouse. Watched over by an emblem of Poland's crowned eagle, the shop's knowledgeable employees hand out samples and help customers understand the subtle differences between Ukrainian and Hungarian kielbasa and why bologna shouldn’t be used as a pillow.
For more than 20 years, dancing newcomers and professionals alike have sought the expertise of On Your Toes Dancewear’s staff, which is composed entirely of dancers. They call upon their years of experience when pairing their clients with dancewear from Bodywrappers and So Danca, and having all spent time en pointe themselves, they specialize in fitting pointe shoes. To accommodate performers, they also supply cheerleading uniforms and theatrical makeup.
We offer Physical & Manual Therapy, Massage, Personal Training & Weight Loss, Cold Laser Therapy for Pain, Pressotherapy for Varicose Veins & Cellulite. We are open 7 Days per week, including late evenings & early mornings. We take 99% of all health insurances. Free parking for clients.
A featured business in the New York Times, Alan's Orchard is an indoor market committed to better serving the community and environment by stocking their aisles with organic produce, free-range poultry, and grass-fed beef, among the assorted products of local farmers and artisans. Unlike pickles that try to sneak pandas past customs, the unsuspicious Picklelicious fresh pickles (pint $4.99, quart $6.99) are one of one of many vegetables plucked from New Jerseyan soil that complement sandwiches on bread from Baker's Bounty ($2.99-$4.99 per loaf). Cheese chasers can corral curds by the quarter-pound with a selection of organic cow cheeses ($4.99), mixed milk cow and sheep cheeses ($5.99), and pure sheep cheeses ($6.49) from Valley Shepherd and Cherry Grove.
The epicurean delismiths at Montalbano's Italian Food Specialties curate a mouthwatering collection of fresh cheeses and house-made italian sausages. The deli menu houses more cold cuts than Jack Frost's Christmas album, including the five-meat and cheese Monte Special ($8.50 for hero; $6.50 for roll) or the warm veal parmigiana ($8 for hero; $6 for roll). Homemade sausages, sopprasatta, and capicolla snuggle inside gourmet godfather wraps ($8) and grilled vegetable vegetarianos woo tongue buds with grilled veggies and fresh mozzarella ($7). On the lighter side, veritable gardens toss and turn with chicken cutlets to form antipasto Pauley salads for two ($15), which please dining duos with more facility than a tandem fork.
Don’t be fooled by the beers on tap, the happy hour specials, or the games being played on big screen televisions—Corner Table at Whole Foods Market - Millburn-Union is not an average sports bar. Characteristically committed to ethical eating, the taproom presides over a selection of local craft beers and a menu of classic tavern fare made from locally sourced ingredients. The chefs whet appetites with battered avocado fries, accompanied by chipotle-ranch dressing, and locally-produced Chestnut Valley salumi served with a pretzel baguette. On the heartier side of the spread are prosciutto and fennel flatbreads, a pulled-pork sandwich drenched in honey-jalapeño barbecue sauce.
Choc-Oh-Lot Plus's artistic confectioners sweeten up kitchen repertoires with a two-hour course in cookie decorating. With an instructor's step-by-step guidance, students handcraft seasonally shaped sugar cookies adorned with frosting to transform treats into Halloween pumpkins, Thanksgiving turkeys, and Labor Day W-2 forms. Utilizing a squeezable pastry bag, hands top cookies with royal icing, learning the tricks needed to craft aesthetically pleasing batches of sugary shapes. Take-home recipes encourage patrons to continue practicing at home, so they can eventually fashion treats in themes as diverse as Inspector Gadget's rolodex of mechanics. Students should bring their own containers to take their cookies home in.