The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the restaurant industry, prompting several more North Jersey eateries to close.
Here are some of the most recent closures, according to a recent report by NorthJersey.com.
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Biddy O'Malley's in Englewood is temporarily closed, according to its website.
Chan's Dragon Inn in Ridgefield was listed for sale in August and had previously been favorited by locals for decades.
Flapjax in Wallington closed in the late summer or early fall.
Italian Time Pizza in Waldwick is listed as permanently closed on Google.
Jackson Hole in Englewood closed sometime over the summer. The popular diner and burger joint opened in the early 1970s, and has other locations across New York City. It is not clear if Jackson Hole will be reopening.
Lorenzo's in Woodland Park closed Nov. 17 after 35 years in business.
Montclair Social Club, located at the former site of Rascals Comedy Club, closed last month.
Mount Fuji Steakhouse, Hasbrouck Heights: It is not clear when this Route 17 restaurant shuttered, but it's listed as permanently closed on Google.
Phobu in Fort Lee closed Nov. 30, but will be reopening under a new name with a new concept, owners said.
Section 201 in New Milford closed in August. The River Road establishment was run by Joey DeMiglio, 24, and his father, Anthony DeMiglio. Section 201 took over when Jersey Boys closed.
South House in Jersey City closed after 5 years on Newark Avenue.
Township Fountain in Saddle Brook closed after more than 30 years in business.
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