7 New Bergen County Restaurants Open Now

How does ice cream happy hour sound? What about contemporary Indian? Or pizza or toast or Mediterranean, the dining options in Bergen County are endless. Here are the newest restaurants to open in the area.

The New Yorker from Toasty in Westwood.
The New Yorker from Toasty in Westwood. Photo Credit: Toasty

Toasty, Westwood: A gourmet cafe that specializes in gourmet toast. Build your own piled high or indulge in a smoothie bowl. 262 Center Ave., Westwood.

Noches De Plaza, Fort Lee: Mexican and Colombian fusion with brunch options, outdoor dining and live music. 177 Bridge Plaza, Fort Lee.

FM Cafe, Wood-Ridge: A one-stop shop for ice cream, pastries and coffee, this new cafe is giving kids a happy hour between 3 and 5 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays ($1 off all ice cream). 255 Valley Blvd., Wood-Ridge.

Saray Cuisine, Cliffside Park: This Turkish restaurant replaced Mediterranean gourmet Hamov Market and serves authentic cuisine from 7 p.m. to midnight every day. 575 Anderson Ave., Cliffside Park.

Mavi's Kitchen, Fort Lee: Formerly Mavi’s Coffee and Patisserie, the cafe made some changes -- adding entrees and hot food to the menu. Try the pasta, pork or eggs and more. 237 Main St., Fort Lee.

Rasco's, Edgewater: Brand new pizzeria with large slices and outdoor seating options. 4 Main St., Edgewater.

Benares, Wyckoff: Manhattan-based contemporary Indian boasting tandoori meats, spiced vegetarian dishes, wines, beers and spirits. 327 Franklin Ave., Wyckoff.

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