NUTLEY, NJ - After a summer of seemingly endless rain and countless days of heat advisories, Nutley businesses dove right into September with a passion for success. 

Napoli Trattoria & Pizzeria, 633 Franklin Ave Nutley, suffered serious flooding damage during the August 11 flash floods. The locally owned business lost a great deal of inventory and was forced to close for several days for clean up. Napoli is back and ready to welcome guests for lunch and dinner. Owners Phillip and Amy Arito told TAPinto Nutley that they would never have been able to bounce back so quickly without the support of a community like Nutley. Residents are coming back in droves for both dinners and to book parties and family celebrations.

Editor's note: So many guests this past weekend were singing the praises of the Osso Bucco at Napoli that we decided to make it the only photo for this week's business digest. 

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Good Vibes Vinyasa Yoga and Kombucha Bar opened on Franklin Ave. On September 22, Good Vibes will be hosting their formal grand opening including a Yoga Festival and concert to benefit Nutley Family Service Bureau. 

The Nutley School of Music revealed their #DisneySide this week with the announcement of new music books for piano featuring music from Coco, The Lion King, Frozen, Tangled, Beauty and the Beast, and more.

TAPinto Nutley welcomes Theresa Grasso Venezia of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services as our latest marketing partner.  

Jonathan Barrett, Certified Financial Planner with AXA Advisors, will provide a comprehensive overview of retirement planning on September 27 at the Nutley Public Library. The event is free, but requires pre-registration. 

Local realtors are excited about Nutley, In the most recent ranking of public high schools in the Garden State, Nutley jumped 20 places on the New Jersey Monthly list. School performance is a key factor in determining and maintaining home values. Related story: Among NJ Best Public High Schools Nutley High School Jumps 20 Points

90% of business success is showing up, and staying healthy plays a big role in showing up. The Nutley Deparment of Public Affairs is offering two flu clinics this fall, on September 27 and October 11. Flu Shots are FREE for those with Traditional Medicare PART B. The cash price for other residents is $20. Last year TAPinto Nutley met two business owners who shared with us that the $20 fee was less their their co-pay on their insurance plan. is a member of the New Jersey Press Association, and is the only locally owned news organization serving the Township of Nutley. Sign up for our FREE daily eNews. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter @TAPintoNutley  and Instagram @TAPintoNutley

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