Groceries & Markets in Suffern


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  • Janek's Meat Market
    Janek's in Mahwah is a popular deli that features an inspired menu. Whether you are heading there for the excellent quality, lightning-fast service, or both, you will always leave this restaurant impressed. Though the prices are considered to be lower than average, you aren't going to sacrifice any quality. In addition to its convenient take-out offerings, the restaurant even provides catering for events around town. All things considered, Janek's Meat Market definitely won't leave you disappointed.
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    80 Ramapo Valley Rd
    Mahwah, NJ US
  • The Food Evolution
    A mother and her teenage daughter stand at the counter side-by-side, chop, chop, chopping in unison. Neither have cooked much with vegetables before, but under the friendly guidance of experts, they find their veggie phobias fading. This is a recurring theme within The Food Evolution's kitchen, where students learn to toss their culinary insecurities into the flames and begin having fun with meal prep. At The Food Evolution, which Diane Hoch founded in 2010, students aged 16 and older learn from professional instructors how to create healthful, tasty, preservative-free meals. Classes highlight either techniques or styles of cuisine and vary in levels of participation—from demonstration classes where students observe and take notes, to hands-on courses in which students are required to touch everything with all 10 fingers. In private nutritional-counseling sessions, Diane, a certified nutritional-health counselor, tailors advice and programs to help individuals reach their health and wellness goals.
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    295 Route 304
    Nanuet, NY US
  • Night-mares Haunted Attraction
    Something wicked lurks within the abandoned peach orchard at Depiero's Country Farm. But to discover which petrifying presences lie in wait, intrepid guests must walk through Night-mares Haunted Attraction's unsettlingly named Twisted Maniac Trail. Scares spring from behind every turn, sometimes in the form of special effects, other times in the form of actors donning horrifying getups. At certain points, those scenes may depict intense, blood-soaked frights not recommended for children 10 and under. If the outdoor trail ever gets too freaky, participants of any age can be escorted out quickly by shouting "safety", just like the protagonist does at the anti-climactic conclusion to Friday the 13th.
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    300 W Grand Ave.
    Montvale, NJ US
  • FruitFlowers North Jersey
    FruitFlowers’ unique edible bouquets delight eyes and stomachs in equal measure, arranging bright, daisy-shaped pineapple slices with cantaloupe centers and skewers of chocolate-dipped strawberries into reusable baskets and vases. Founders Susan Ellman and Ellen Davis began arranging slices of fresh fruit into floral shapes in 1984, working from their home kitchens. Since then, their artistic take on the fruit basket has become a popular way of both snacking and decorating, and their business has spread across the nation, much like the shadow cast by Godzilla as he crosses the ocean.
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    26 Franklin Turnpike
    Waldwick, NJ US
  • Italian Riviera
    Located in Waldwick, Italian Riviera is a popular deli that offers terrific specialty food and good seafood. An unforgettable dining experience set in a familiar ambience. It's a popular spot for guests that want excellent food. It should be noted that business casual is the recommended attire. In addition to its quick service (take-out is available), the restaurant also offers delivery, and can even cater an event for you. A staple in the community for nearly 50 years, a visit to Italian Riviera is definitely worthwhile. Don't worry about trying to find a spot on the street, as visitors to the restaurant do have access to a private parking lot nearby.
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    8 E Prospect St
    Waldwick, NJ US
  • Demarest Farms
    "Aunt Annie's Fruit Stand in Hillsdale, NJ." There was a time when any piece of mail marked with this destination would find its way to Demarest Farms. In the early 1900s, Annie Demarest set up a roadside stand to sell the fruit that her brother, Lincoln, had begun growing in orchards on their family's farm. The orchards were a new addition to land originally purchased in 1886 by the Demarest family, who had been farming American soil since the 17th century. Demarest Farms started out with mostly cattle and chickens, but Lincoln's orchards soon became famous, attracting visitors from around the region for juicy peaches, strawberries, apples, and other fruits. The fruits helped Demarest Farms blossom into what it is today: a farm with a large onsite market offering just-picked produce and complimentary fresh air. In the 1970s, Lincoln's grandson, Peter, introduced pick-your-own adventures, which are still popular with visitors today. After trekking out into the orchards or pumpkin patches to pluck fruit so fresh the paint might still be wet, guests return to the market, where they can visit the ice-cream parlor, delicatessen, or country bakery. The market has a few modern features as well, including a salad bar and a shop with seasonal and gourmet foods.
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    244 Wierimus Road
    Hillsdale, NJ US

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