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What's going on at The Ave in Downtown Vineland.

First Microbrewery Opening Soon

First Microbrewery Opening Soon

Robert Scarpa, Main Street Vineland’s Business Development Director, recently announced that Steve Wozniak will open a new brewery, Brinx Jones Brewing Company, at the former Martini Shoes site on The Ave. “We’re anticipating it will open soon,” said Scarpa. (Brinx is Wozniak’s dog.)

The Brinx Jones owner was living in Washington, DC and working at a microbrewery and he started researching opening his own place. He found The Ave online, and was impressed by the downtown property. The brewer’s license does not allow for food preparation, however, so it’s BYOF—bring your own food.

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Newer Restaurants Keep Coming

Newer Restaurants Keep Coming

In mid-December of last year, Friends & Family Diner joined an unprecedented wave of new and distinct eateries on The Ave. It is open at 601 East Landis Avenue for breakfast and lunch and features American cuisine.

During his soft opening this summer, Friends & Family took part in the Main Street Vineland's Fourth Friday activities with karaoke night - featuring an outdoor grill, which will become a regular part of the restaurant.

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The Spot is for Experiential Shopping

The Spot is for Experiential Shopping

After the closing of Landis MarketPlace last year, many of its former independent small businesses re-located across the street at an eclectic and exciting new location dubbed The Spot. Any readers who remember the old Avenue will remember that The Spot is in the location of the old I.C. Schwarzman’s department store.

“Just as Schwarzman’s was an iconic destination for generations of downtown Vineland shoppers in its day, I see The Spot as an iconic destination for today’s and tomorrow’s shoppers,” said Robert Scarpa, Main Street Vineland’s Business Development Director.

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Gateway to the Future

Gateway to the Future

A key to the journey to the future for the Vineland downtown has always been the entry point into the downtown. The East Gateway—the corner where The Ave meets East Avenue is the first step in its revitalization, with the magnificent restoration of the Landis Theater and Performing Arts Center. Now, the coming second step shows in the artists rendition of the complex—a project that will soon take the entire block on the south side of Landis Avenue.

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Puerto Rican Festival 2016

Puerto Rican Festival 2016

The Puerto Rican Festival of New Jersey invites you to join them the week of July 23rd through July 31st for their 49th annual Celebration of Puerto Rican Culture.

On Saturday, July 23rd the Annual Banquet will take place at Centerton Country Club located at 1022 Almond Road Pittsgrove,NJ. Price per person is $55.00 and includes dinner, and entertainment.

Visit the festival's Facebook page.

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