Coffee shop, Indian supermarket, gym: These are the newest North Jersey business openings

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NorthJersey.com wants to keep you updated on all the new shops, restaurants and service providers coming to your city.

So we are regularly featuring these new shops and businesses. Some can feed you, others entertain you, and still others are dedicated to helping you look your best. Below is a list of some businesses that have recently opened or are coming soon to your community.

Opening a new business in North Jersey? Get the word out to your neighbors as soon as possible. Send us your information and photos and we’ll try to add them to the next new business roundup.

We are also interested in reporting trade closures. Do you have a tip? Contact business reporter Daniel Munoz at munozd@northJersey.com, or 201-270-9870.

D1 Training Willowbrook Mall, Wayne

What you’ll find: A training ground for college and professional athletes, weekend warriors and first-time gym goers. Featuring a large open lawn, weight racks, dumbbells, kettlebells, TRX suspension system, cardio equipment and high jump testers. It also includes a place where parents, coaches, and athletes can look to learn from their peers.

“D1 training at Willowbrook Mall complements the training regimen an athlete might have on a club or high school team, whether it’s morning boot camps or afternoon team sessions in the off-season,” said facility owner Mike Garrett.

Where: 330 Willowbrook Blvd., Wayne. 973-874-1495, d1training.com/willowbrook-mall,.

When: Soft opening is November 27th. Grand opening weekend December 2nd and 3rd, followed by an official grand opening event on December 4th.

NutriBella Juicery, Englewood

What you get: Organic cold-pressed juices that taste delicious, are always fresh and nourish your body.

Where: 18 Engle Street, Suite C5, Englewood. jennifer@nutribellajuicery.com, nutribellajuicery.com/.

When: Ribbon cutting and grand opening after 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30. 8:30am-12:30pm and 1pm-4pm Tuesday to Saturday.

Ethan & Bean, Morristown

What you’ll find: After the success of their first location in Little Falls, the owners of Ethan and Bean are opening a second location in downtown Morristown. The coffee shop is run by a non-profit organization that trains and employs adults with learning disabilities. All proceeds go toward Ethan and Bean’s mission to help employees connect with their communities in meaningful and fulfilling ways.

Here you’ll find home-baked goods, breads and pastries, grab-and-go meals, iced and hot coffee, tea and groceries.

Where: 70 Speedwell Avenue, Suite 3, Morristown; 973-988-3054, ethanandthebean.com.

When: The grand opening is November 30 at 5 pm, 8 am – 5 pm Monday through Saturday, 8 am – 3 pm Sunday.

Subzi Mandy, Clifton

What you’ll find: An Indian supermarket featuring a wide range of produce, dairy products, spices, frozen and dry food items. The shop will have a bakery and kitchen where fresh bread, curry and other dishes are prepared and prepared for sale.

Where: Clifton Plaza, 1006 Route 46, Clifton.

When: Opening date to be announced.

Daniel Munoz covers business, consumer affairs, energy and the economy for NorthJersey.com and The Record.

Email: munozd@northjersey.com; Twitter:@danielmunoz100





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