Teterboro Landing Dining Tenants Revealed

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The 600,000 square foot Teterboro Landing, which is rapidly developing along Route 46, will have a number of dining options via a “restaurant row” according to a report from northjersey.com – possibly as early as May or June of next year. Of course all these restaurants will likely be dwarfed in size and scope by the Walmart and expected Costco location on the property. The restaurants expected are as follows:

Panera Bread (View Menu) with their bakery, sandwich and salad shop. Locations in Clifton, Edgewater, Fair Lawn, Northvale, Paramus, Ramsey, Rutherford, Wayne, Woodcliff Lake, and West Nyack

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Habit Burger the West coast chain serving 100% never frozen charbroiled beef. Locations have opened in Fair Lawn and River Edge within the last year

BJ’s Brewhouse (View Menu) sports bar feel featuring deep dish pies, hand-crafted beer and more. Though they technically don’t have any locations currently in NJ, they do operate at The Shops at Nanuet

Chick-fil-a the “cult-like” Southern chicken chain has a spot at the Paramus Park mall, though this is expected to have a drive through and full menu (View Menu)

Blaze Pizza (View Menu) fast casual pizza chain has made its mark in Paramus and Wayne. Expect heavy competition in this space soon from the likes of Project Pie, Pive Five, Uncle Maddios

California Tortilla the Mexican chain serves fresh made eats in an open kitchen. There’s a location in Montvale with another headed for River Edge Landing

Texas Roadhouse finally a new-to-the-area option to the mix, with its Southwestern steakhouse spin serving American fare amid a Texas-themed decor (View Menu)

Huddle House (View Menu) is the other new-to-the-area option, a Southern-style diner with 400+ locations, which expects to also open in East Orange this year

Other options include Wing Stop (a chicken wing spot), Panda Express (Chinese fast food) and Sarku Japan.

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