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    Located just 12 miles west of New York City, Montclair was originally settled as a “country town” with convenient access to the city. Today, the town is still recognized for its proximity to Manhattan and its “urban meets suburban” feel. With its diverse choice of restaurants (Peruvian to Ethiopian; ramen noodle house to vegetarian food trucks), eclectic art scene (an indie movie house + its own film festival), over 150 acres of parks and 6 pedestrian friendly shopping areas, it’s no surprise that Montclair has often been referred to as “Mini Manhattan” or even “Park Slope West.”

    Travel + Leisure once dubbed Montclair “one of the coolest suburbs to visit.” Come and see why. When you do, try some of my favorite places and things to do:

    • The farmer’s market at Walnut Street Station (Saturdays from April through October)
    • Raymond’s for a perfect omelet
    • Applegate Farms for homemade ice cream (try Graham Cracker Station)
    • Summer movies on Church Street (lawn chairs are a must)
    • Summer concerts in Brookdale park (picnic baskets encouraged)
    • Bicycling around Edgemont Park

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