Suki's 329 Millburn Ave, Millburn, NJ07041 Suki's is a unique, locally-owned children's boutique. It has a wide range of strollers, car seats, high chairs, and…More more to fulfill your infant and toddler equipment needs, in addition to a clothing section right next door. The store is conveniently located in downtown Millburn, right on Millburn Avenue.
Starbucks Coffee 343 Millburn Ave, Millburn, NJ07041 Craving a cup a joe? Head to this Starbucks, centrally located on Millburn Avenue, and reboot over a latte or another of…More the chain's signature coffee drinks. Starbucks also offers tea drinks, pastries, sandwiches and dessert items.
Gotham City Clothing 391 Millburn Ave, Millburn, NJ07041 Originally started in flea markets in Chester and Watchung over 25 years ago, Gotham City is now centrally located on…More Millburn Avenue. Run by an energetic mother and daughter team, it serves contemporary clothing and accessories aimed at tweens, teens and young women, Gotham’s fun store has dresses for special occasions such as proms or bat mitzvahs, as well as comfy, casual outfits for school or leisure.
Clean, bright and calm, this homey Dunkin' Donuts (in a cottage with a big picture window) makes for a spacious rest…More spot in the center of town. The friendly staff serve a smile with the bagels and cream cheese. There are a few exotic items among the donuts, such as white hot chocolate and a mocha spice latte.
Frequented by moms with strollers, nearby workers and people meandering along Millburn Avenue, Dunkin' Donuts also offers breakfast anytime.
Jeffrey Slaff, Weichert Realtors 505 Millburn Ave, Short Hills, NJ07078 Jeffrey Slaff is a Weichert Realtors representative with an office on Millburn Avenue in Short Hills. Slaff offers…More professional real estate marketing, brokerage and financing services for residential properties. A selection of available properties can be viewed on his website.
The Millburn Delicatessen is confusing at first, because you can't figure out if it's a deli or a party. The workers…More are having so much fun, the customers are rushing in and out so fast, and the plethora of sarcastic signs and unusual figurines (even on the ceiling) are, taken together, as dizzying as a shot of tequila.
In truth, the deli is a crazy, busy neighborhood institution that since 1946 has been serving up its sandwiches and "world famous" giant sloppy joes which, says a customer, are "really, really good."
There are hundreds of sandwiches (extras include sweet peppers), grillers, subs and paninis, healthy potato chip choices, homemade deli salads, daily hot specials (e.g., hot roast pork) and homemade soups, and, "Scream it LOOOOUUD," the Gobbler, which according to Manager Andrew Morgan is analogous to "the day after Thanksgiving on bread."
In the summer, the tables fronting Millburn Avenue make for good people watching. Shipping, catering (sandwich trays) and gift cards are available if you want to take this party home.