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  • Bikram's Yoga College of India
    A licensed chiropractor and experienced martial artist, Dr. John Surie started practicing hot yoga when he met his future wife, Natalie. Charmed by her Australian accent and passion for the practice, he soon became an avid Bikram student himself, and in 2002, the husband-and-wife duo opened their first studio with Natalie helming her own curriculum of Bikram-inspired classes. Today, their hot-yoga empire has expanded to five studios sprinkled across the United States and Australia, each teeming with certified instructors who lead students through nine class styles. Designed to make hot yoga accessible to everyone, classes range from the studio?s signature Ignite series, which introduces newcomers to the foundations of hot yoga, to intense Shape classes that see stretchers melding hot-yoga and Pilates moves while solving Pythagorean equations. Each studio comes equipped with special flooring tailored to the humid environment of hot yoga, as well as air-circulation and advanced heating systems to keep fresh, hot air blowing.
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    33 Sicomac Rd
    North Haledon, NJ US
  • Hawthorne Theaters
    Hawthorne Theater opened in 1928, making it one of the first movie houses established in the area. And though at almost 90 years of age the space is older than most buildings in North America, it's recently undergone major renovations to keep up with modern technology. According to an interview with owner Jack Sayegh at NorthJersey.com, the fully digital five-screen cinema was outfitted with new carpeting and chairs, Real D and 3-D movie equipment, Dolby Surround Sound in all theaters, and human ticket-takers to replace the outdated robot ones. The article also cites that the theater?which has been independently owned since 1980?is maintained by Jack's father, uncle, and cousin, reinforcing its family-friendly nature.
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    300 Lafayette Ave.
    Hawthorne, NJ US
  • Shortway's Barn
    For true American comfort food, head to Shortway's Barn for a sandwich or side of fries. Come try the flavor-driven dishes at Shortway's Barn where the cooks worry about taste first and health second. Cheer on your favorite team at Shortway's Barn, a local restaurant with TVs. At Shortway's Barn, the prime seating is on the patio. Come check out what all the buzz is about. Shortway's Barn also serves live tunes with dinner, so visitors should wear their dancing shoes. During the restaurant's weekend rush, waiting in line is the name of the game (so avoid Friday and Saturday nights if you're looking for something quick). Shortway's Barn is just steps away from a parking lot. Bike parking is quick and easy at Shortway's Barn. Customers should be prepared to spend around $30, but more importantly, they should be prepared to enjoy a great meal.
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    991 Goffle Rd
    Hawthorne, NJ US
  • ProPlayer Baseball Academy
    ProPlayer Baseball Academy has a Hall of Fame dedicated to former standout students and instructors, many of whom have gone on to have big-league careers. It's a testament to the academy's clout, both as a year-round training facility and as a launching pad to the next level. Inside the 6,000-square-foot, fully turfed facility, coaches lead baseball and softball players aged 7?18 through private lessons, camps, and clinics. Four stationary batting cages let hitters tighten up their swings, and areas for long toss help players stretch their arms without having to cling to the spinning blades of a helicopter. But it's not just the game's budding stars who use these spaces: occasionally current big leaguers visit during the offseason to keep their skills sharp, too.
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    140 5th Avenue
    Hawthorne, NJ US
  • Pellegrino's Restaurant & Lounge
    After more than a decade following different paths in the restaurant industry, friends Donny Giordano and Pellegrino Mongillo merged their culinary passions into Pellegrino's Restaurant & Lounge. In the kitchen, chef Mongillo—a Culinary Institute of America graduate—and his staff combine fresh, seasonal ingredients into dishes inspired by the various regions of Italy. Fresh seafood crops up in the octopus bruschetta and the scallop-, shrimp-, and mussel-flecked orzo. Other offerings include seared hangar steak with provolone and cavatelli pasta with sun-dried tomatoes, goat cheese, and chicken. In the main dining space, servers glide across tiled floors to wood tables set under arched doorways. Behind a granite bar, bartenders mix specialty flavored martinis and pour a range of international wines.
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    560 High Mountain Rd.
    North Haledon, NJ US
  • The Shepherd and The Knucklehead Pub
    Munch on tasty pub grub at The Shepherd and The Knucklehead Pub. Foods low in fat are not on hand here, though, so get ready to loosen your belt buckle. You can also catch the latest scores on the TVs in the bar. On warmer days, take advantage of The Shepherd and The Knucklehead Pub's outdoor seating. For convenience, inexpensive wifi is readily available. The bar's "rush" is all weekend long, so diners should be prepared to wait for a table. Feeling a little shy? Carryout is available. We don't expect you to keep driving around the block to find metered parking. We've got some space for you here. Fancy-schmancy price tags don't always bring the best results, and The Shepherd and The Knucklehead Pub's super yummy, mid-range menu is taste-test approved.
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    529 Belmont Ave
    Haledon, NJ US

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