Bergen County’s Anticipated Restaurant Openings for Fall

Labor Day has passed which means expect it to start cooling off with the leaves soon changing colors, as autumn shepherds in yet another crop of restaurants to the area. And don’t be surprised if some one this get pushed to next year ― though we expect most of these to open sometime before the end of December.

It appears fast growing chain Crumbl is headed this way ― the rotating cookie brand is expected this year at Bergen Town Center (Read Story). Other sweet shops include an eclair business in Englewood (Read Story).

Coffee and tea never sleep, with first time Bergen County outlets for shops coming to Englewood (Read Story), Hackensack (Read Story), and Paramus (Read Story) ― plus the expansion of a Rockland cafe in Bergen (Read Story) and new local one in Hackensack (Read Story).


Of course burgers are always trending, with a new brick and mortar location for a popup in Rutherford (Read Story) and a new concept in Edgewater (Read Story).

The Uno Mas team is opening a bar in Allendale (Read Story), a popular Franklin Lakes eatery is making a lateral move (Read Story), two location (Randolph & Caldwell) local Italian chain is opening in Hackensack (Read Story), while a popular watering hole is spinning off with a new wing concept out of the area (Read Story).

There’s also new Peruvian coming to Teaneck (Read Story), a longtime diner replacement headed for Closter (Read Story), Korean bowls coming to Ridgefield Park (Read Story), and a pasta business expected in Westwood (Read Story).

Plenty of chains are expanding with locations including a cookie cafe in Westwood (Read Story), Japanese grill in Eat Rutherford (Read Story), Mediterranean chain in Paramus (Read Story), and Korean donuts/corn dogs at a local mall (Read Story).

What else? There’s plenty more where that came from (this list is exhausting) and likely other announcements are coming down the pipeline ― in fact there’s some rumblings of interesting new places coming, though nothing confirmed at this point.


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