Since 1988, Pete Celia and his dedicated staff of employees have served delicatessen-style breakfast and lunch in their cozy, no-frills eatery on Rahway Avenue. After feeding early guests with omelets, waffles, breakfast wraps, and egg platters, the cooks start assembling hot and cold sandwiches, burgers, sloppy joes, and platters of chicken, roast beef, and fried shrimp for lunch. Cozy Corner Deli also offers off-site catering for special occasions.
The staffers at Brainiac's Childcare don’t just care for youngsters—they give them an academic leg up. Between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., they lead children aged 6 weeks to 5 years through fun, supervised activities that impart age-appropriate skills, such as phonics and language comprehension, and also provide important social interaction. Programs include full-day kindergarten and before- and afterschool care, as well as fitness-focused classes in dance and soccer. Supervised evening childcare allows parents to enjoy adults-only activities, such as riding roller coasters with height requirements.
Mehrdad Zarrabikia and Azar Valoozi didn't know much English when they arrived in New Jersey. But they dreamed of opening a restaurant where they could prepare and serve the meaty stews, saffron-flecked rice dishes, and tart doogh yogurt drinks of their homeland, Iran. Mehrad worked at a gas station, Azar took a job at a nursery school, and each took eight years of English lessons, planning out their restaurant along the way. The hard work paid off: the duo were not only able to open up their own restaurant, but their Persian specialties have since received praise from The New York Times.
Visitors to Negeen Persian Grill can often spot Azar in the elegant dining room, where she greets guests and directs servers beneath the glow of colorful glass mosaic lights. Mehrdad can usually be found in the kitchen, whipping up the authentic stews and basmati rice dishes. The seasoned chef grills and stews lamb, veal, and chicken, seasoning meats in typical spices such as saffron and cumin. His dishes pair well with the restaurant's extensive selection of teas. They feature flavorful blends of exotic fruits such as mangos grown in tropical climates and strawberries raised on the eastern side of the moon.
For more than 35 years, America's Star Window Washing’s crew of magicians has been making windows practically disappear. Customers can call upon the fully insured cleaning technicians to do simple home window washing or to bring along commercial height-ascension equipment to reach skyscraper windows or the bifocals of local Paul Bunyans. America's Star’s crews also tackle other household-maintenance projects, such as carpet and gutter cleaning, power washing, and house painting.
Rich red walls cast a warm spell over diners seated at tables swaddled in white cloths, where they await steaming platters of the aromatic Indian cuisine that emerges from the kitchen at Tandoori Chef 2. Inside, chefs whip up a diverse repertoire of Northern Indian curry, tandoori, and rice dishes brimming with spice-laden veggies, chicken, shrimp, and lamb. A private dining area fills up to 30 bellies, and catering services bring the kitchen's nourishing warmth to party-goers or ravenous sasquatches grown too tall to fit through the front door.
Every little girl is a princess, and the glitterati at Parteaz work hard to ensure that every girl knows it. Inside the pink-washed play space, girls aged 2–6 indulge in a magical experience that transforms them into faux royalty for the day. Dressed in tutus and fuzzy pink tiaras, little ladies can sip from china tea sets as sunlight filters in through sparkly curtains, illuminating their fresh crystal tattoos. During the spa experience youngsters receive age-appropriate facials and manicures before creating personalized spa products. Guests can also dip fruits and other treats into the chocolate fountain. Parteaz also opens its doors for baby showers, nine varieties of birthday parties, and variety of events and classes.