The long-awaited, and certainly the most architecturally challenging local restaurant, Montclair Station, finally opened Monday, March 29. Rebuilt from the fire-ravaged station house under the scrutiny of NJ Transit, Montclair township, and NJ Historical Society, the project has been years in the making. “This is the first public/private venture of its kind for NJ Transit, generating collateral income,” says entrepreneur Ralph Nuzzo. The prized porte-cochere stands restored at the entrance, and inside, a dazzling menu. More on Food.
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