They specialize in repairing your car after it has been stolen and recovered by the police. They are approved by all insurance companies. The owners are personable and will pick your car up at work and bring it back.
These brothers have been in business for thirty years and have an excellent reputation for quality work. Our insurance company has never given us a problem about their prices on estimates.
I had an "older" but favorite vacuum repaired there and it works like new! The owner fixed it in a reasonable amount of time. He also has accessories like vacuum cleaner bags and filters if you need them.
Ploch's is a family owned business that has been in Clifton as long as I can remember. They have every kind of gardening supply you can imagine. We also come here for our Christmas trees and wreaths.
Park your car on the Jersey side of the Hudson and enjoy a fast ferry ride to Manhattan. Then take the shuttle bus to theater, Radio City, or wherever it is you want to go. When it's time to come home, get the shuttle bus back to the terminal and take the ferry back to Jersey. What an easy way to see the sights of NYC without the hassle of traffic, tolls, and parking.
Bring your out-of-town guests here. They will be enthralled with the food, the elegant surroundings and of course the the best view of the Manhattan skyline. Then take the ferry and enjoy the Big City without the hassle of traffic and parking.
We just bought our third granddaughter's bike here. Obviously we have been happy with the product and service we get from Mr. Perlmutter. There is a good selection of bikes and accessories which helped to "personalize" the bike for each of the girls. Highly recommended.
We took our granddaughter here for dinner while visiting her at Grove City College. The food was very good and the portions were adaptable so we didn't have to pay for food we couldn't eat or take home. The gravy was exceptional. Good food, good service, good prices. You can't do better than that!
We are from NJ, so rodeo isn't something we see every day! This was fun and exciting. We were advised to sit over the chutes by a veteran attender. We were right in the middle of the rodeo regulars who were gracious enough to explain some of the rules.
This was my first experience with white water rafting and it was a blast. I was undoubtedly the oldest person in our raft, but I had as much fun as the kids who were there. And, YES, I was soaked, foul-weather gear and all. I was glad they had the heat on in the bus for the return trip.