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2017 Grand Openings in Randolph, More to Come Soon

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Credits: Christine Carey
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RANDOLPH, NJ- Many new businesses have opened their doors in Randolph during the first half of 2017, and more are on the way.

Listed below are the names and email links to these new Randolph businesses, all of whom celebrated ribbon cuttings to announce their grand opening. The Randolph Township Council came out to help celebrate these ribbon cuttings, where members pledged to support new and existing businesses in town however they can.

More ribbon cuttings will be coming in early 2018, including Weis Market in the old A & P building on Route 10 West.

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1. Randolph Diner:

The Randolph Diner underwent a complete renovation, and now has a second floor with an upscale Banquet Room “The Grove”, a first floor sports bar, and outdoor patio seating.  Although they remained open during construction, they celebrated a “Grand Re-Opening” with a ribbon cutting event.

2. International Martial Arts / Middlebury:

Master Mohamed Elshikh opened International Martial Arts in 2001 in Woodbridge, NJ.  With another location in Bellville, IMA has now also opened the Randolph location at 3 Middlebury Blvd, offering Taekwando, Hap-Ki-Do and IMA-Fit.   

3. Noches De Columbia:

Established by a family who migrated to the United States 17 years ago with the hope of meeting the American dream, they found it through consistent hard-work.  The food combined with the attitude and concern for every visitor is a warm-welcome to all. Noches de Colombia restaurant is the ideal hang-out for the local community offering the perfect combination of music, and conversation. Brass fixtures align the Venetian style autumn colored walls and auburn chandeliers hang dim lights above petrified mahogany wood tables.

4. Salus Per Aquam:

When it comes to body contouring, Salus Per Aquam provides the treatment and the technology just right for your needs, addressing the full range of solutions for many areas of your body to help you look and feel your best.  With treatments for both men and women, a full complement of massage services, as well as skin and body treatments are offered.

5. Livewell Pharmacy:

LiveWell Pharmacy is owned and operated by Dar Patel, a NJ licensed Pharmacist and Randolph Township resident, with over 25 years of experience in retail pharmacy. A graduate of Rutgers University – College of Pharmacy, Mr. Patel has an extensive background and experience in retail pharmacy operations and management with specialized training in both compounding and long-term care pharmacy practice.

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