Jewish Singles Events in New Jersey
- Jewish Singles Events in New Jersey
Please note that our group is neither
a Reform, nor a
Conservative, nor an Orthodox group,
it is simply a Jewish Singles
group. We provide the information as
garnered from the restaurants
we go to, concerning the Kashrut, or
lack of same, at each restaurant.
We are not affiliated with any of the
restaurants. Just be Jewish,
single, 21-59 to come to our events.
You can be Reform or
PARTY NUMBER ONE: SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 7TH 2003 C.E. AT NOON SHARP! At
Restaurant (this is a cafeteria) The restaurant describes itself as
serving "Contemporary Vegetarian Cuisine", although non-vegetarians
also have a selection of fish dishes to choose from. The restaurant
is Shomer Shabbos and the original was established in 1974. It is
under the supervision of Orthodox Rabbis of Metro West. As noted
above, our group is neither a Reform, nor a Conservative, nor an
Orthodox group, it is simply a Jewish Singles group. We provide the
information as garnered from the restaurants we go to, concerning the
Kashrut, or lack of same, at each restaurant.
We are not affiliated with any of the restaurants. Jerusalem
Restaurant is located at 99 West Mount Pleasant Avenue (also known
as Route 10) in Livingston NJ, The telephone number of the restaurant,
in case you get lost is 973 533-1424. The menu includes Vegetarian
Falafel, Chumus, Dairy, Pizza,salads,pasta,kugels, knishes,
pierogies, quiches,vegetarian (soy) stuffed pepper, stuffed cabbage,
vegetarian meatballs,vegetarian chili, vegetarian cholent, soups,
sandwiches, on pitas, bagels, cream cheese, lox, etc. Again, this is
a cafeteria, pay only for what you order plus tax. We will be there
at NOON sharp on SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 7TH
Directions to Jerusalem Restaurant
(cafeteria) are as follows: From the Garden State Parkway North or
take Exit 145 to Route 280 WEST to Exit 5A Livingston South, go a
a mile to the 2nd light. Make a right at the 2nd light onto Mount
Pleasant Avenue (also known as Route 10) go almost 3 tenths of a
mile, the restaurant is located just past the VFW, make a left into
the Jerusalem Restaurant parking lot. Go into the cafeteria, get your
food, and find us at one or more of the tables in the cafeteria
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 7TH 2003 C.E. AT NOON SHARP!
Note if you are coming from the WEST
take Route 280 EAST to Exit 5A Livingston South and follow the
directions above. If you are taking Route 287 North or South take
Route 287 to Route 80 East then take Route 280 Eastbound to Exit 5A
Livingston South and follow the directions above.
AFTER LUNCH MANY OF US WILL BE HEADING OVER TO THE NEARBY
The Fair takes place at South Mountain Reservation in West Orange, NJ
WHILE WE HAVE NO CONNECTION WHATSOEVER WITH THE FAIR ITSELF OR WITH
ITS SPONSORS WE DO SUPPORT THE FAIR AND HOPE THAT EVERYONE WHO READS
WILL GO TO THE FAIR, INFORMATION IN THE SECTION IMMEDIATELY BELOW IS
FROM THE FAIR:
"About The Fair
On September 7, 2003, Lubavitch Outreach Center (visit our website at
www.orangejews.org) and The Rabbinical College of America will
present the 25th
Annual Jewish Renaissance Fair. What began as a dream 25 years ago
the major Jewish community event.
In 1978, the Jewish Renaissance Fair was born. "We created a festival
music." Says Fair organizer Rabbi Boruch Klar,"I remember we called
Music in Morristown'. A thousand people showed up at the first Fair
beautiful 15 acre campus of the Rabbinical College of America. After
amazing years, The Fair had outgrown Morristown. Parking was a
concern. In its
20th year, The Fair moved to Liberty State Park to accommodate the
crowds and, in fact, well over 10,000 people came to the Park, which
the Statue of Liberty and the Twin Towers. Traffic backed up on the
Turnpike for an hour and a half. We decided to move The Fair back to
community in a beautiful County park. We found the perfect setting in
Mountain Reservation in West Orange, a park on the reservoir with
amphitheaters for stage performances and best of all, ample easy
across the street. The Fair has grown to become a wonderful event that
thousands of Jewish children look forward to each year a family day
excitement and most importantly, inspiration".
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS is the theme of this Fair, with more rides, more
more fun than ever. On the Main Stage is everyone's favorite uncle,
Moishy and his Mitzvah Men. Also featured on the Main Stage is a
band from Princeton, New Jersey, The Klez Dispensers. In addition,
shows, magic, unicyclists, fire-eaters, jugglers, extreme game shows,
character parade and Cowboy Roy will grace the fun-filled Main Stage.
Throughout The Fairgrounds are more carnival rides than ever,
two Great Storybook Hayrides, with stories that come alive, Arts and
Pavilion, children's workshops where all can see how a real shofar is
where you can make your own. Visitors can even write their name on
parchment, with quill and ink, guided by our Fair scribe.
Last year Israeli artists were invited to The Fair. The community
so great in their time of need, word is out that the Jewish
Renaissance Fair is
the place to be and the finest artists are coming from all over
Israel to be
here. As well we have many American artists.
The World of Good is a fascinating expo of Jewish family life,
creative opportunity to learn about education, marriage, the Jewish
building a world of good. Street theater and music will follow
throughout the grounds, providing fund and excitement everywhere. We
to welcome the Jewish Deaf and Hard of Hearing community to our
shows on the Main Stage will be translated into American Sign
Interpreters are provided by Our Way a division of The National
Council for the Disabled.
Tickets are available at substantial savings at locations throughout
and at select locations in New York.
Children's tickets are $10 ($12.50 at the gate)
adult's tickets are $15 ($18 at the gate)
Group rates are available. Please call 973.731.0770 for information
directions, or go to the directions page on this site.
To get to The Fair, take the Garden State Parkway or New Jersey
or south, to Route 280W and continue to Exit 10. From the New York
take the Holland Tunnel to the Pulaski Skyway, to Route 280W. From
use Route 80E to 280E to Exit 7. Directions signs will be posted at
The rain date is Sunday, September 14.
The 25th Annual Jewish Renaissance Fair is a project of the
of America Community Outreach Program and the Lubavitch Center of
in cooperation with the County of Essex, Joseph DiVincenzo, County
and the Board of Chosen Freeholders, Johnny Jones, President."
Gates open at 11:00am
Storybook Horse-Drawn Hayrides
Artists' Colony: Fine Gifts and More from America and Israel
Arts'n'crafts for Children
World of Good
Carnival Rides and Games
On the Main Stage
Food and Drinks
On the Main Stage [back to top]
12:30 - Simply Tsfat
1:15 - Vaudville Antics
2:00 - Uncle Moishy
3:30 - Juggling Act
4:00 - Torah Tots
4:45 - CowboyRoy
5:30 - Xtreme Game Show
Street Theater [back to top]
Parade of Famous Costume Characters
Stilts & Fire Juggler
Info [back to top]
Lost & Found (Kids & Parents)
Programs & Information
Free Charity Box
Food and Drinks [back to top]
Candy Land [back to top]
Torah Workshop [back to top]
Storybook Horse-Drawn Hayrides"
END OF INFORMATION ABOUT THE FAIR
ALL OF OUR EVENTS ARE FREE. YOU MUST BE JEWISH,
SINGLE, 21-59 TO ATTEND. YOU PAY ONLY FOR WHAT YOU ORDER PLUS
TAX, AND WHERE APPLICABLE, AS AT MANHATTAN RESTAURANT, TIP ALSO.
THERE IS NO CHARGE TO JOIN OUR GROUP, NO CHARGE TO ATTEND OUR EVENTS.
ALL OF OUR EVENTS ARE SMOKE-FREE AT SMOKE-FREE RESTAURANTS.
THERE IS NO SMOKING AT ANY OF OUR EVENTS. IF YOU ARE UNDER 21 OR
OVER 59 PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND OUR EVENTS. THANK YOU
PARTY NUMBER TWO:
Jewish Singles Party in New Jersey 7:30 P.M.SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13TH,
at 7:30 P.M. sharp! At Manhattan Kosher
Restaurant which is
located at 26B Chestnut Ridge Road,
Montvale, New Jersey
telephone number: (201)307-8707 in the Chestnut Ridge Shopping Center.
Please be Jewish, single, 21-59. As
always we never charge
a fee for our events. Just pay for
what you order plus tax and tip.
Just ask the waiters or waitresses
where the singles table(s)
are/is This is a small restaurant
but be prepared to have a big meal if
you are hungry. This is a
non-smoking restaurant. Please honor
our age requirements. IF YOU ARE
OVER 59 OR UNDER 21 PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND THANKS Take the Garden State
Parkway North to Exit 172 make a left at the light at the exit then
a left at the next light onto Chestnut Ridge Road
then go about half a mile then make a right into the Chestnut Ridge
Shopping Center on your right. IF YOU GET LOST PLEASE CALL THE
RESTAURANT at (201)307-8707 Although this restaurant is called
Manhattan restaurant it is definitely in New Jersey, not in New York.
(This is a Kosher restaurant under Orthodox supervision of ordained
Yeshiva Torah V'daath Beth Medrash Elyon, Monsey, Rabbi Israel
Steinberg (718) 232-4275 1823 53rd Street Brooklyn, NY, 11204 whose
Kosher certificates along with those from the State of New Jersey
in the restaurant window.Please note that our group is neither a
Reform, nor a Conservative, nor an Orthodox group, it is simply a
Jewish Singles group. We provide the information as garnered from the
restaurants we go to, concerning the Kashrut, or lack of same, at
restaurant. We are not affiliated with any of the restaurants.)
This is a Kosher Jewish restaurant serving traditional Jewish American
food. Although it is NOT a vegetarian restaurant vegetable cutlets,
Kasha Varnishkes, salads, Kasha knishes, spinach and broccoli
knishes, a small salad bar, desserts,etc. are available for those
who happen to be vegetarian. Please honor our age requirements. IF
YOU ARE OVER 59 OR UNDER 21
PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND THANKS- We're really serious about our age range
! Absolutely! Positively! Reservations are NOT required. Please save
the date! SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13TH, 2003. At 7:30 P.M.
This is your chance to get away from your computer! To come out to
the real world!
the restaurant is moderately priced and the food is good. We hope to
see you there. Reservations are NOT required. You do not have to be a
member in order to attend. Should you decide to become a member
remember that membership is free! We are really strict about our age
limits. If you are under 21 or over 59 please do not attend our
events. Thank You. p.s. a special request to help make our events
more successful! Please invite every Jewish single friend you have
is between 21 and 59 by forwarding this to them Thanks very much.
NJ JEWISH SINGLES NETWORK seeks to bring Jewish Singles who are over
21 and under 60 in New Jersey together via the net and in real life.
We hope that members will share information about themselves and about
events that are coming up. If anyone wishes to have a house party, a
movies and dinner group, or other activity let us share that
Let us all get together on the net and in real life. Please pass
along this information to everyone you know thanks
PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL ME FOR INFORMATION REGARDING THE GROUP OR THE
EVENT INSTEAD PLEASE POST YOUR QUERIES AT THE GROUP THANKS Please
honor our age requirements. IF YOU ARE OVER 59 OR UNDER 21 PLEASE DO
NOT ATTEND THANKS.
IF YOU ARE OVER 59 OR UNDER 21 PLEASE DO
NOT ATTEND THANKS. This is a non-smoking restaurant! Just ask the
waiters for the singles table(s).