Ridgewood News

New Openings: A Colorful, Healthy, Locally-Sourced Food on Rt 17

One of my least favorite places to be is Route 17 but now, even when I’m in a rush shuttling kids to and fro, there is a healthy, organic option where we can grab a delicious dinner or snacks while we’re on the road: Thorn & Roots. It replaced B Good which we were sad to […]

Want to Help? Donate Blood.

Because of the cancellation of blood drives, the American Red Cross is facing a severe shortage of blood. According to the American Red Cross, thousands of Red Cross blood drives have been canceled across the country due to coronavirus concerns, resulting in some 86,000 fewer blood donations. “We understand why people may be hesitant to come out […]

Meet the Ridgewood Candidates

Snapshots from Around Town How to Find a Summer Camp…in MAY! BYOB Not Necessary: Where to Go for Drinks & Bites 10 Reasons Sex is Good for You Find Out What’s Opening in Ridgewood! 75+ Recipes for Your Cinco de Mayo Fiesta: Cocktails, Appetizers, Dinner, Desserts Surprise the Family with a Piñata Cake Is Tequila is […]

Table to Table is Calling All Ridgewood Restaurateurs!

The Ridgewood Chamber of Commerce is looking for Ridgewood restaurants to be presenters at the Table to Table Gala on May 23, 2018 at the Montammy Golf Club, Alpine, NJ. Restaurants will get to showcase their cuisine and meet and greet Ridgewood’s foodies. Table to Table is a non-profit that provides food to those that would go hungry without this service. For more […]

Worried About Our Water?

Climate Change with Dr. David Robinson  •  Wednesday, Oct. 18, 7:00-8:30pm Please join NJ State Climatologist and Rutgers Professor, Dr. David Robinson, for a discussion on the pressing issue of climate change. Cosponsored by the Ridgewood Environmental Advisory Committee (REAC), Ridgewood Water and Ridgewood Parks & Recreation. Discussion will cover: • The changing climate in […]