A Bit of the Jersey Shore Comes to Church Street With Playa Bowls Montclair

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Playa Bowls

Step away from the heavy comfort food you may turn to in the winter and opt for a summery and light meal at Playa Bowls, which is celebrating its grand opening at 19 Church Street in Montclair today.

Playa Bowls started down the Jersey Shore, first in Belmar and then opening other locations in Long Branch, Ocean Grove and made it’s way north to New Brunswick and now Montclair. The menu features smoothie bowls ($9-$10) — Coconut, Acai, Pitaya, and Green Bowls — which are basically a thicker smoothie that you eat with a spoon instead of suck own with a straw, with added toppings, like granola or chunks of coconut on top. Traditional smoothies, oatmeal, organic soups, and other healthy items, are also on the menu.

Desi Saran who is the owner and the man on the right is Gary Charming the executive director of their nine location chain

Hinck building owner Dick Grabowsky, (left) with Playa Bowls owner Desi Saran, Montclair Mayor Robert Jackson and Gary Charming, executive director of Playa Bowl’s nine-location chain.

 

 

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Montclair is relatively heterogenous and, it could fairly be said, takes pride in its diversity. Has Montclair named a street or school after Dr. King? Why is that?

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