Carved into the Community

When you are in the mood for some amazing ribs, a juicy burger or perhaps just want to catch the game on Sunday afternoon, take a slow ride down Sicomac Avenue in Wyckoff until you see a mailbox labeled “The Barn.” Turn into the gravel parking lot and step back into a bit of Wyckoff history.

Meyer’s House of Sweets:

“I’m so glad I found you close by!”…“My wife has been enjoying your chocolates for years.” ...“Ohhh, those raspberry marshmallows.”  

Domenic Parisi:

Most weekdays and every Saturday morning starting at 6 am, Domenic & Pietro’s Barber Studio in Ho-Ho-Kus has very few empty chairs. Men come from all over the area to this local institution, in business since 1970 and owned by Domenic Parisi. We were able to grab a chair between cuts and speak with Domenic about becoming a barber in Sicily…

Be Bold:

“Stepping out of the box and taking away the ordinary can be exciting. You can go bold with color and still be smart about your decision.”

Danson Jewelers:

Dale Nazy and his son Jack, owners of Danson Jewelers in Allendale and Hasbrouck Heights, can trace their roots in the jewelry business back to Dale’s father, Jack, in Israel. Born in Jerusalem, the elder Jack spent years as a merchant, trading and buying precious metals, diamonds, antiques and art.

It’s a Family Affair

Goffle Road Poultry Farm, a staple in Wyckoff since opening its doors in 1948, has been owned and operated by the Silvestri family for four generations, and they continue to be proud of their tradition of offering quality poultry products direct from their farms to your table. A mainstay on Goffle Road, locals flock to their retail store for everything…