What's New in South Jersey?

by Staff | Jul 19, 2023
What's New in South Jersey?
Every week, we hear about new things coming and going all around South Jersey. Whether it be a new restaurant, store or exhibit, our region continues to be a hub for all things new and exciting!

  • Spilt Milk, a new retro-inspired ice cream parlor, recently opened their doors. The new store, located next to Sushi Maki in Washington Township, offers a variety of flavors, treats and toppings—including shakes and soft serve cereal sundaes.

  • At the beginning of the month, Liscuio’s Bakery received approvals from the Borough of Glassboro to set up a retail store on Delsea Drive. This store, subject to NJDOT approvals, would refurbish and inhabit the former Save-A-Lot location. In addition to their new retail store, Liscuio’s is expanding their main baking facility, which is also located in Glassboro.

  • Sprouts Farmers Market announced their Haddon Township location will open Sept. 8 of this year. The grocery store sells kitchen staples with an emphasis on organic and healthy food and offers a wide-selection of gluten-free options.

  • As one of several recent openings around Rowan University, Cream Cafe began serving customers early this month. Replacing Lucy’s Creamery, Cream Cafe offers a wide range of breakfast and lunch options, as well as locally roasted coffee.

  • Ry and Howie’s Steaks & Hoagies is set to open early this August year in Medford, off Route 70. The cheesesteak and hoagie shop is owned by two best friends, Ryan McMullen and Howard Ellis, who have 25 years of culinary experience between them.

  • The Burlington County Senior Art Show features work from both professional and amateur artists aged 60 or older. The gallery is now open to the public until Sept. 9 at Warden’s House Gallery in Mount Holly.

  • Wawa is known by many in South Jersey as their one-stop shop for snacks, hoagies and gas but it soon might become known for its pizza as well. The corporation announced that all of its stores will offer pizza by the end of this month.

  • KPOT Korean BBQ is advertising a new location in Deptford along Almonesson Road. While there is no definitive date, the restaurant franchise is in talks with the center to secure its future home. This would be South Jersey's only location, with North Jersey already boasting 11 open or coming restaurants.

  • Clarkboro welcomed a new Primo Hoagies location on July 18. The new storefront is located in the Berkley Square shopping center. To celebrate their opening, Primo gave out free Primo-sized hoagies to their first 100 customers.

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