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Will Godfather Pizza Be an Offer 'You Can't Refuse?'

At long last, the East Hanover-based restaurant is hiring for its new Morristown location.

The retail floor of Highlands at Morristown Station finally looks to be filled with businesses.

The Godfather of East Hanover, a brick oven pizza and seafood restaurant located on Route 10, is currently hiring staff for its new Morristown location. The restaurant, whose motto is it has "the pizza you can't refuse," is expanding from that location founded in 1975 and moving into an area of Morristown that has quickly become a hotbed of new business.

The owners of The Godfather recently signed a lease for more than 4,500 square feet of restaurant space at The Highlands at Morristown Station, located next to the Morristown Train Station.

“The overall redevelopment of downtown Morristown that brought quality new housing and thousands of new residents has combined with a significant daytime workforce, active evening leisure crowd and mass public transportation system to create a much-improved retail climate that is resonating with the business community,” said Debra Tantleff, a vice president of development at Roseland Property Co., which collaborated with Woodmont Properties to develop and manage The Highlands at Morristown Station, 40 Park, The Metropolitan at 40 Park and Vail Mansion. 

“The influx of new dining, boutique shops and convenience services complements the area’s existing retail fabric, resulting in a dynamic, pedestrian-friendly setting that epitomizes downtown, urban living,” Tantleff said.

Godfather will join Cambridge Wines, a BYOB delivery service, which opened in Sept.

Tell us: Are you excited to try out this new place? Or do you feel there is enough pizza in Morristown? Share your thoughts in our comments below.

joe adamo December 05, 2013 at 03:47 PM
I always will try a new place to stay 'fresh'.I wish them best of luck!

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