New Businesses Opening In New Jersey!

New businesses opening here in the Garden State are always good. We recently went through some companies closing here in New Jersey, so this will be some good news and we welcome these new businesses from around the state.

 

94.3 The Point logo
Get our free mobile app

 

 

A recent Patch article listed some new businesses opening, so let's break them down and show you where these new businesses are opening.

 

 

Our first business is not new, but their location is new. Asbury Park Brewery opened to the public in its new location (614 Cookman Ave Suite 1, Asbury Park, NJ 07712).

 

The next business opening is in Stafford Township in Manahawkin and it looks tasty. "El Rinconcito De Mexico recently opened at 657 E. Bay Ave. in Manahawkin, inside the Manahawkin Mart Shoppes plaza." I love Mexican cuisine so I will definitely be stopping by to try this spot out.

 

As we continue our next new business is in Monmouth County. Premo Cannabis, the brand-new marijuana dispensary, opened recently in Keyport.

 

In Cherry Hill at the Short Hills Shopping Center (486 Evesham Rd.) Classic Cake has opened a new store, following a fire that destroyed their previous location.

 

Finding a new home in Ocean City is Bakeria 1010, a well-known name in pizza.

 

Coastal Chateau, Ocean City's first "BiteSized" boutique hotel has opened for the new summer season.

 

According to Patch, "Cherry Hill Mall signed leases for several new businesses expected to open within the next year: Alo Yoga, Kendra Scott, Dry Goods, Rowan and more are all slated to open storefronts at the mall."

 

LOOK: 50 Famous brands that no longer exist

Stacker compiled a list of more than four dozen famous consumer brands that no longer exist, consulting sites such as TheStreet, Good Housekeeping, and Eat This, Not That!, along with numerous throwback sites dedicated to consumer brands.

Gallery Credit: Liz Barrett Foster

 

KEEP LOOKING: See what 50 company logos looked like then and now

More From 94.3 The Point