We are a full service grocer with six locations in New York and New Jersey. Since we first opened our doors in 1994, we’ve established a reputation for top quality produce, extensive product selection and unsurpassed customer service.
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DinnerSmith is a meal service that makes home-cooked culinary compositions fast and easy with pre-prepared ingredients ready for the skillet, oven, or microwave. Save time scrutinizing recipes and slicing ingredients by simply selecting a savory serving from their monthly menu of fixed fixings, which includes common favorites, such as chicken nuggets and meatloaf, to more exotic fare, such as chicken biryani and encapsulated island breezes. Every measured-out meal should serve up to six people and is accompanied with a vegetable companion and starchy sidekick. DinnerSmith adheres to the highest quality standards of food safety, including the maintenance of a peanut-free facility to better cater to all eaters despite dietary restrictions. Pick-up packages in store or have them delivered in pre-assembled vehicles (there is an additional charge for delivery outside of Maplewood and South Orange).
Customers may walk into Top Hat & Tails as mere men, wearing jeans that sag off the waistline or scuff against the floor. But they leave as gentlemen, sporting fine men’s clothing and formalwear tailored to a T. Co-owners Brian Berry and Horace Kinard—who has been haberdashering for 20 years—take measurements onsite and alter in-house to drape dapper gents in fine suits, ties, tuxes, custom shirts, and shoes. A seasonally rotating catalog of styles from Calvin Klein, Joseph Abboud, and Oscar de la Renta elevates the elegance of invitees to weddings, dances, or black-tie balls. As Berry told Maplewood Patch last year, “We’ve had everything from Sweet Sixteens to every other formal event you can think of,” including musicians from the Philharmonic, who presumably came in to replace their glockenspiel's torn cummerbund.