Monday, May 13, 2013
Location was one of five to close in the New York City-area.
A Popeyes fast food chicken restaurant on Teaneck Road has reopened after being closed since February. The eatery was one of five New York City-area locations owned by the same franchise to shut down, a company spokeswoman told Patch after the closure. Popeyes has said it always planned to reopen the popular Teaneck chicken spot and the reason for the closure was not released. Follow Patch on Twitter, Facebook and click to sign up for News Alerts. News tip? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
New yogurt option coming to Teaneck Road
Fro Yo-Lish Self Serve Frozen Yogurt, which has a string of locations around North Jersey, is planning to open shortly in Teaneck, according to the chain's Facebook page. The Teaneck location is set to fill the space once occupied by Mark De Luca Real Estate on Teaneck Road, near Cranford Place. An exact opening date was not immediately clear and the store did not respond to a message seeking comment last week. "Our Teaneck store is almost ready to open!" a message posted on the company's Facebook page said Friday. Fro Yo-Lish is also planning more locations, including in Englewood, Dumont and Fort Lee, a post said. The self-serve yogurt shops offer a range of flavors and toppings. Follow Patch on Twitter, Facebook and click to sign up …
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Fast food chain has said store is expected to reopen
A Popeyes fast food restaurant on Teaneck Road remains closed nearly two months after the company said the location would likely reopen. Popeyes spokeswoman Alicia Thompson said she had no information on the store's expected reopening date. The store remains marked with Popeyes signs and has not been gutted. In February, Thompson said Teaneck's location was one of five New York City-area locations owned by the same franchise to shut down. The store would open "in the near future" she said in a Feb. 11 e-mail. The property owner could not be reached for comment. Follow Patch on Twitter, Facebook and click to sign up for Breaking News Alerts. News tip or story idea? E-mail email@example.com
Friday, February 22, 2013
What's on your wish list for the Teaneck Road site?
Friday, February 22
Teaneck Kosher Supermarket, at Teaneck Road and Forest Avenue, recently closed and the owners launched a new market in Bergenfield. The large corner space is now empty and its future use remained unclear. What would you like to see at the site? Another supermarket? Maybe a new cafe or retail space? Share your views in the comments section below.
Monday, February 11, 2013
Fast food eatery expected to re-open, according to company spokeswoman.
A Popeyes fast food chicken restaurant on Teaneck Road was one of five New York City-area locations to shut down, a company spokeswoman confirmed Monday. Alicia Thompson, vice president for communications at Popeyes, said the stores were expected to "re-open in the near future," but there was no estimate on when. The five metro-area locations were all owned by the same franchise, she said. "The restaurants are independently owned and operated and it is our policy to not comment specifically on the business concerns of our individual franchise operators," Thompson wrote in an e-mail. The property owner could not be immediately reached for comment. Follow Patch on Twitter, Facebook and click to sign up for Breaking News Alerts. News tip …
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
New restaurant to replace Honey, according to report.
Wednesday, January 2
A Persian restaurant is slated to open at the former location of Honey on Teaneck Road, according to food blog boozyburbs.com. It was not immediately clear when the new Rose Restaurant would open at 1150 Teaneck Road. Honey Mediterranean Gourmet & Market closed last year.
Thursday, December 6, 2012
- POLICE & FIRE
- Noah Cohen
Thursday, December 6, 2012
One person sustained minor injuries when the car they were in crashed into an office building on Teaneck Road in a two-car accident Thursday afternoon, authorities said. The car that struck the office, across from Holy Name Medical Center, narrowly missed another vehicle before hitting the building. A passenger was taken to Holy Name following the crash. The roadway was open, but traffic was delayed around 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Firefighters cut man from wrecked car, authorities say.
A New York man was arrested Tuesday afternoon, shortly after he took off from a crash that left another man hospitalized, according to police. The 21-year-old motorist, whose name was not immediately released, will be charged with leaving the scene of an accident with injury, authorities said. Officers found him in Englewood following the two car crash at Teaneck Road and Westervelt Place. Firefighters had to cut the other driver, a 48-year-old man, from his wrecked car, police said. The Teaneck Volunteer Ambulance Corps brought him to Hackensack University Medical Center, but the extent of his injuries were not immediately known.
Saturday, August 4, 2012
Road closure due to utility company work, transit agency says.
Saturday, August 4, 2012
Teaneck Road will be closed from Ward Plaza to New Bridge Road for most of the day Saturday, according to an alert from New Jersey Transit. The closures, brought on by utility company work in Teaneck, have prompted detours on the 167 and 186 bus routes, the alert said. The roadway will be blocked from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Bergenfield Police reported South Washington Avenue would be closed southbound from New Bridge Road to Liberty Road. New Jersey Transit offered the following details on bus detours:
Friday, July 13, 2012
Eatery advertises opening at former deli location
A sushi buffet is planned at a former deli on Teaneck Road, near Grayson Place. Signs were up for the new Teaneck Sushi Buffet restaurant Thursday, but an exact opening date was not immediately clear. The owners could not be reached to comment. The restaurant advertises delivery to Teaneck and other nearby areas on its website. “It's time to rethink your definition of buffet. Forget your vision of processed food that has been sitting under glaring lights all afternoon,” the website says. “Every item on our huge menu is made and served fresh to order. Whether you prefer traditional sushi or Asian fusion style, you will savor every bite knowing it was handcrafted just for you.” The eatery also advertises Asian Fusion selections cooked fresh…