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Grand Openings in November

Grand Openings in November

J. McLaughlin, a classic family clothing retailer, is now open at 44 Elm St. in the Westfield 'Flatiron' building that is being historically restored. J. McLaughlin is known for classic yet current styles, both traditional and innovative. They offer quality silks, sporty cottons and cashmeres. Stop in and visit this gorgeous store! 44 Elm St., 908.588.7062.

Business Energy, a co-working and networking community for local business professionals, has opened at 220 Lenox Ave, Suite 101. Their modern downtown space is a place to work, meet, and connect with other local professionals. Book a bright and airy, custom-designed workstation or conference room for the day and enjoy professional-speed WiFi and a variety of office amenities to bring positive energy to your work experience. BE productive. BE inspired. BE close to home. 

Westfield Station Cafe is now open at 339 South Ave. W., conveniently located across form the train station in the space formerly Duke's Deli. Family owned and operated by the Mobarek family, they offer breakfast and lunch favorites including sandwiches, salads, wraps, and burgers along with select Mediterranean dishes. The refurbished space offers meals in a diner style setting with booths and counter seats, for eat-in or take-out. 908.232.2869. 

Coming Soon:

Atlantic Health will be occupying the former Morgan Stanley location opposite the Post Office at 138 Central Ave. Details to follow.

Cinnaholic will be opening soon next to Ferraro's at 15 Elm St. Cinnaholic is a vegan bakery franchise that started in 2010 and currently operates in eight states. The company's owners appeared on the television show Shark Tank in 2014, which ended with them ultimately accepting a $200,000 investment offer from Robert Herjavec. 

Innovasian Taco will open at 106 Quimby St. (in the space formerly Subway). Signs are up and renovation underway. Stay tuned for details.

The 2nd Annual Marketspace at Westfield will be open during the first *THREE* consecutive weekends in December at 177 E Broad St, formerly Children's Place. This downtown storefront will feature a revolving selection of local, handmade wares and vintage collectibles. FREE TO ATTEND! Don't miss live entertainment, DIY craft classes for kids, and complimentary photos with Santa at The Marketspace at Westfield 2018! Interested vendors may apply here.

Osteo Strong, a Tony Robbins company, is coming to 121 Central Ave. OsteoStrong® is a unique place where you can go to improve your overall health by focusing on the skeletal system to improve bone density, posture, balance, athletic performance and lessen joint and back pain. 

Orgreen Poke is coming to 132 E. Broad St. (in the former location of Dor L'Dor). They offer delicious Hawaiian inspired poke made using a "non-oil" cooking procedure and a special filtered water system. Their homemade recipes are a great source of protein and are high in Omega 3s, and finished with the finest sauces that contain gluten-free and organic soy sauces. They use natural ingredients. Build your way to delicious, healthy, and fresh food!  

Portokali Modern Grill, a new fast, casual Greek restaurant, is coming to 22-24 Elm St. (former location of The Rug Gallery). Stay tuned.

Signature Realty will open at 236 Elmer St. at corner of North Ave. E. (near Jay's Cycle Center). Their new building should be open soon.  

The Oils Room will open in early November at 138 Elmer Street (with ViaNutrition). They specialize in doTERRA essential oils and products that focus on natural health and wellness. They will provide education and offer a variety of tools and accessories to help make it easy to incorporate these natural solutions into everyday life. 908.601.8965.  

Warby Parker, retailer of prescription glasses and sunglasses, based in New York City, is coming to 137 Central Ave. (in a portion of the space formerly occupied by Coldwater Creek). Warby Parker is based on the belief that buying glasses should be easy and fun. It should leave you happy and good-looking, with money in your pocket. They also believe that everyone has the right to see and they partner with non-profits to ensure that for every pair of glasses sold, a pair is distributed to someone in need. 



Castle Bootery just announced that they will be closing on December 30. Downtown Westfield appreciates the 70 years of service to the Westfield Community. 52 Elm St., 908.233.7172. 

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