What's New in South Jersey?

by Staff | Mar 29, 2023
What's New in South Jersey?

Every week we are always hearing of new things coming and going around South Jersey. Whether it be a new restaurant, store or exhibit, South Jersey continues to be a hub for all things new and exciting! 




  • The popular chain Nothing Bundt Cakes is opening its second South Jersey location in the Marlton Crossing Shopping Center. Their bundt cakes come in a variety of sizes and flavors for customers to enjoy!

  • Crumbl Cookie Turnersville offically opened! They held an offical ribbon cutting ceremony Friday, March 24 at 8 a.m. Expect a long line as this small location plans to draw many to their ever changing cookie selection. 

  • Pine Hill Tavern is expanding and they plan to add a new dining room, bar, and outdoor deck. Owner Danelle Errig wants to move on with a modern approach to keep the beloved bar in business.

  • Westhampton residents can expect to see a new restaurant by late spring. Marblehead Chowder House is being built at the former Charlie Brown’s location at 1920 Burlington-Mount Holly Road. 

  • Gass & Main is a new BYOB American restaurant that opened in Haddonfield at 7 King’s Court. Guests have been enjoying the seasonal dishes and the restaurant features a rotating menu for brunch, lunch, and dinner. 

  • Raising Cane’s is coming to South Jersey and three new locations are set to open in Burlington Township, Cherry Hill and Marlton. Known for their famous Cane’s sauce and chicken fingers, South Jersey residents can look forward to these new locations. 

  • New You Med Spa will bring beauty services to the Washington Township community. The grand opening celebration on April 19 will include live demonstrations, giveaways, light refreshments and special pricing. 

  • After closing their Medford location, Sunflour Bake Shop announced plans to open a new location in Marlton – taking over the building the formerly housed Randolph’s Bakery. 

  • The Museum of American History will soon be welcoming a new exhibit centered around World War II.The World War II exhibit as well as the Museum’s permanent displays will be available to the public from April 1 through June 17.

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