Montclair Food News: Vegan Menu at Le Salbuen, More Ramen, Breakfast all Day, and a Festival


Your latest Montclair restaurant and food news:

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The husband and wife team of Le Salbuen (97 Walnut Street, Montclair) are offering up a new concept at the Walnut Street cafe.Christina Buenano is a carnivore and her husband John David Salierno recently started eating a 100 present plant based vegan diet. Now Le Salbuen offers local, organic, farm to table, and gluten free PLUS its new menu broken down into 50 percent Carnivore vs. 50 percent Vegan food. Get a Vegan Taco or a Burger — you have choices.

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Montclair will get more Ramen soon. Just a couple of of stores down from the very popular Ani Ramen on Bloomfield Avenue, will be Fujiya Ramen. Stay tuned for a post with details as we learn more.

Breakfast lovers rejoice! Raymond’s (28 Church Street, Montclair) has announced that starting this week, they will serve breakfast all day long. French Toast for dinner is a very good thing!

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The Montclair Food & Wine Festival will throw a BBQ, Bourbon, & Biergarten party at Montclair Art Museum on July 9. Last year’s event was very popular and this one promises to please. You’ll enjoy a spirited BBQ competition, a premium bourbon and beer tasting, live music provided by The Wellmont Theater, raffle and silent Auction prizes, and much more. Tickets range from $88.12 – $123.99 and can be purchased online here.


  1. Fiamma Pizza from Millburn and Westfield is also opening in the space previously occupied by Greek Delights.

    When does the Noble East open!?

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