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Saddle Acres Schools 106 Grand Ave, Englewood (201) 569-0055
My Little Bear 146 West St, Englewood (201) 894-1206
Promise Child Development Center 245 Tenafly Rd, Englewood,(201) 871-3733
West Side Infant Day Care Center 192 W Demarest Ave, Englewood, (201) 568-2571
The Bergen Performing Arts Center (bergenpac) offers world class entertainment just around the corner.The Bergen Performing Arts Center (bergenPAC) was conceived in the echoing corridors, empty rehearsal rooms and grand performance hall of the former John Harms Center, which closed to the shock and heartbreak of Bergen County’s large community of culture lovers, families and students. In April 2003, a group of concerned citizens, headed by Englewood resident Frank Huttle III, formed bergenPAC and developed a business plan to forge a true public/private partnership, engaging all sectors of the community and bringing together corporations, governments and residents, each adding the committment and support necessary to revitalize this unique arts center.
The Englewood Library is dedicated to providing information, education, culture and inspiration. The town encourages the community to pursue lifelong learning and the enjoyment of books, programs and resources in a variety of formats.
Department of Parks & Recreation offers a vaiety of parks and activities. Babe Ruth Field (Tryon Avenue), Cambridge Avenue Park (Cambridge Ave. & Knickerbocker), Crystal Lake (Sheffield Avenue), Denning Park (Lafayette Place & Forest Avenue), Depot Square Park (Demarest Avenue), Durie Park, Garrity Field, Glenbrook Park, Hudson Avenue Park, Morris Park, Trumbull Park, Tryon Ave. Pool, Winton White Stadium, and Mackay Park.
Little League (for children ages 8 to 12) is run by parent volunteers & sponsored by local businesses.
Flat Rock Brook Nature Center is a 150-acre preserve and environmental education center situated on the western slope of the Palisades in Englewood, New Jersey… this natural woodland is one of the last remnants of the magnificent Palisades Forest.The preserve is managed by the Flat Rock Brook Nature Association, a non-profit membership supported organization committed to land conservation and environmental education.
The Woman’s Club of Englewood, founded in 1895, has been serving the Englewood community for over 105 years. Volunteers of the non-profit, non-partisan and non-sectarian organization work to serve and contribute to needs on the local, state and national level.
The Bergen Family Center supports, strengthens and enriches family life through innovative programs and quality services.
- Red & Tan 20, 20T & 14E run to Port Authority in Manhattan averaging 35-40 minutes
- Red & Tan 184 goes across the George Washington Bridge averaging 25-30 minutes
- New Jersey Transit 166 runs to Port Authority in Manhattan averaging 35-40 minutes
There is no train service between Tenafly & Manhattan although there are plans under discussion for a light rail service.
Enterprise Rental 65 Piermont Road – Tenafly Tel: (201) 568-3032
There are many churches of all faiths in Englewood.
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Congregation Ahavath Torah 240 Broad Avenue 568-1315
113 Engle Street 201-816-1611
Congregation Shomrei Emunah 89 Hugenot Avenue 567-9420
Eruv Committee Of Englewood 240 Broad Avenue 568-3116
Mikva Association Of Englewood 89 Hugenot Avenue 567-1443
Englewood Hospital 350 Engle Street in Englewood Tel: 201-894-3000
DC Honda 28 County Road Tenafly Tel: 201-568-7000
Chrysler Jeep 95 County Road – Tenafly Tel: 201-871-9400
Difeo BMW 301 County Road Tenafly Tel: 201-568-9000
Mercedes 28 Grand Avenue Englewood – Tel: 800-493-6514
Lexus 53-59 Engle Street Englewood Tel: (800) 509-5157
Volvo 186 Engle Street Englewood Tel: 201-567-230020
Porsche – Audi – Lincoln – Mercury – Subaru 138 South Dean Street Englewood 201-568-5200
Sol & Sol Kosher Delicatessen 34 E Palisade Ave,(201) 541-6880
Panera Bread 15 W Palisade Ave(201) 816-1707
Wendy’s 2 Nathaniel pl (201) 894-0008
Carlyle’s 401 S Van Brunt St # 1(201) 871-2050
Bennigan’s: Englewood 412 S Van Brunt St,(201) 569-9797
Wild Ginger Hasson Sushi Bar 6 E Palisade Ave,(201) 567-2660
Smoke Chophouse & Cigar Emporium 36 Engle St., (201) 541-8530
Moon Street 11 N Dean St,(201) 541-0086
Jackson Hole 362 Grand Ave,(201) 871-7444
Big Red Tomato of Englewood 47 N Dean St,(201) 569-9999
Bennies 54 E Palisade Ave,(201) 894-5700
Blue Moon Mexican Cafe21 E Palisade Ave,(201) 541-0600
It’s Greek to Me 36 E Palisade Ave,(201) 568-0440
Hanahreum Sushi 25 Lafayette Ave, (201) 227-2070
Room for Dessert 46 N Dean St,(201) 541-0765
Daruma Japanese Restaurant 45 N Dean St,(201) 567-9600
Baumgart’s Cafe 45 E Palisade Ave,(201) 569-6267
90 Grand Grill 90 Grand Ave,(201) 568-5959
Young Han Ah Reum Boon Shik 25 Lafayette Ave,(201) 503-9113
Cassie’s Pizzeria 18 S Dean St,(201) 541-6760
Fresco Tortilles 42 W Palisade Ave,(201) 541-4889
Saigon Republic LLC 58 W Palisade Ave,(201) 871-4777
Crispy Crust Pizza 44 W Palisade Ave,(201) 567-9502
Chung Seafood Restaurant 58 W Palisade Ave,(201) 568-3126
New Hong Kong Gourmet 60 W Palisade Ave,(201) 567-9611
Tapas De Espana II 47 N Dean St,(201) 569-9999
Vittorio’s Pizzeria 59 Nathaniel pl, (201) 503-0177
La Cumbia Restaurante 2 W Palisade Ave, 201) 568-0303
Subway61 Nathaniel pl,(201) 568-9606
Tarabya Mediterranean Grill 4 E Palisade Ave,(201) 567-5707
New Jade Lee Kitchen 77 W Palisade Ave,(201) 567-6940
El Prado Restaurant 99 W Palisade Ave,(201) 871-0943
La Fonda Paisa Restaurant 95 W Palisade Ave (201) 871-3544
Wok Oriental 11 Nathaniel pl,(201) 871-8838
International House of Pancakes 141 N Dean St,(201) 568-8088
Almay’s West Indian Kitchen 98 W Palisade Ave,(201) 871-8385
El-Trapiche Restaurant 26 Humphrey St,(201) 894-0936
Stanton Soulfood 24 E Forest Ave #1 (201) 227-8250
Liam Aiken (actor)
Dizzy Gillespie (jazz trumpeter) lived in Englewood from 1965 until his death in 1993.
Kitty Kallen (singer)
Eddie Murphy (comedian and actor)
Sarah Jessica Parker (actress)
Sylvia Robinson (singer, record producer, and co-founder of Sugar Hill Records)
Metropolitan Philip (Saliba) of the Antiochian Orthodox Church
Upton Sinclair (author; established a socialist commune called Helicon Home Colony in 1906 with proceeds from his novel The Jungle; it burned down in 1907)
Sister Souljah (rapper/activist)
Gloria Swanson (actress)
John Travolta (actor)