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Ridgewood Chamber Restaurant Week 2019

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Sun, August 11, 2019 – Thu, August 22, 2019

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, Ridgewood Chamber of Commerce presents
Summertime Restaurant Week 2019 @ $30.19
Sunday-Thursday, August 11-15
Sunday-Thursday, August 18-22

FREE PARKING ALL DAY SUNDAY

Come to Ridgewood and treat yourself to a selection of Pre-fix dinners for $30.19 (tax/tip/beverage not included)

are included below:

Any questions please reach out to the chamber at 201-445-2600.

5 thoughts on “Ridgewood Chamber Restaurant Week 2019

  1. Free parking on Sunday…how about kiss my ass.
    Any town that charges me to park my car is NOT getting my shopping/ dining dollars.
    I’ll take my business to the many many other towns.

  2. When parking went up to 75 cents an hour Mayor Hache said , “you will just have to dig a little deeper.”

    My answer is like the above, shop and dine where parking is FREE.

    A $30 lunch is way out of my league.

  3. As a resident since 1969, In my opinion the pay to park is about the dumbest way to encourage shoppers to come visit the village. I no longer use the post office here as its free to park in waldwick Glen Rock or midland park. It’s easier to go to the mall and shop, easier to park, and lots more choices of stores . Local retail is in a decline and this foolish thinking of charging to park is accelerating that trend.

  4. Overrated and overpriced.

  5. Just imagine spending $30.99 per person at Mike’s ice cream? There are very few restaurants on the list that would be able to say that $30.99 without tax and tip would be a bargain. Add in several dollars for parking and no one will come. It was fair years ago when it was $20.00 and up and real dining places were included. Now it is a real joke! The old quote “Build a better mousetrap and they will come” fits here. The thought frequently expressed recently by The Chamber of Commerce–that Apple, Trader Joe’s etc. may happily come to Ridgewood now that we have a costly parking garage for their customers is really a pipe dream. Number one, where would they build “near the garage” and two, what incentive is a garage, or a street, with high parking costs for anyone’s potential customers? Someone, not naming name, has a serious problem if he thinks the garage is “The perfect solution to all of Ridgewood’s parking problems.” I think that instead of a “solution” the high costs of parking will actually drive customers and businesses away. Now we still have new stores leaving in a year or less and that trend will only be intensified by the higher cost in parking when all the near by towns have all we have to offer at no addition costs like parking!

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