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E.V.O. Delicacies Brings Mediterranean Inspiration to Short Hills

EVO Delicacies
  Pictured left to right are: EVO employee Ahmad TariqTurner; EVO co-owner Jose Nolasco; Investors Bank Millburn Branch Manager and Chamber Treasurer Kim Kaminski; EVO co-owner Alexandre F. Gomes; Mayor Sandy Haimoff; co-owner of Deborah Gilbert Smith and Chamber Board member Fred Smith; managing partnerof Katz Novoa Architects, Jonathan Katz; and incoming Chamber president and owner of The Alternative Press, Michael Shapiro.
Alex Gomes and Jose Nolasco, co-owners of E.V.O. Delicacies


SHORT HILLS, NJ - E.V.O. Delicacies is a full-service gourmet delicatessen and catering establishment that has recently opened at 40 Chatham Road in Short Hills, and the buzz is getting all around town.

Featuring a wide selection of dishes inspired by the Mediterranean, and reflecting the owners’ Portuguese roots, E.V.O. Delicacies celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony organized by the Millburn-Short Hills Chamber of Commerce.

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“Feedback has been really good,” co-owner, Alex Gomes said. “Lunch business has really picked up now that our sign is up, and our take-out dinners are getting popular as well.”

Gomes and partner Jose Nolasco pride themselves on their unique selection of specialty sandwiches. The menu also features an array of salads and daily specials. 

With their location next to the Short Hills train station, offering take-out dinner entrees is a stroke of genius.  Dinner menu choices will usually include chicken, beef and fish entrees, with preparations changing bi-weekly.  A selection of gourmet Mediterranean packaged foods and condiments is also available in the tastefully decorated shop.


E.V.O. Delicasies: 40 Chatham Road, Short Hills; 973-467-1102; E.V.O. on Facebook

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