Support your local
Our hearts go out to all the businesses affected by Hurricane Ida. Our small business community needs your support more than ever. Please do your part and shop local.
Montclair’s small businesses are the backbone of our community, and we’re getting to know them right here.
Our product focus is artisan cheese and salumi, and everything else that you’d need to create an appetizing spread for yourself and your loved ones. We sell platters, beautiful homewares, antipasti, conservas, and all things pickled and preserved.
Did you know there are special menu items at Montclair Diner?! Eliot R. Mosby, co-owner of the Montclair Diner on Valley Road, was interviewed by the Baristanet, sharing some fun info on himself and the diner.
Laura Barker opened Dot Reeder in 2007, naming the store after her grandmother. Her aim is to “do the work for you” by curating styles that evolve with the needs of residents and fashion trends. Laura picks up trends on the streets of New York City, where she currently lives.
For every $100 you spend in your own community, nearly $70 of it gets reinvested back into our local economy.
Montclair is well-known for its vibrant culture, recreation, and opportunity. The town’s small businesses are at the epicenter of our community. However, in light of these unprecedented times, our local businesses and their owners are in need of support in-person, online, or curbside!
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