Thursday, October 25, 2012
And, if so, are you OK with that?
A mix. Urban, suburban. Houses and apartments. Downtown and the neighborhood. Despite a boom in recent years on new businesses, new condos and new opportunities for nightlife, Morristown arguably remains more a suburban town with a heavy urban component than its most oft-cited comparison, Hoboken. For better or worse, "The Mile Square City" has over the years become one of the top nightlife alternatives to New York City in North Jersey. Despite only being a square mile in size, it's packed with bars, restaurants—and people. Some, however, have decided to stay closer to home, or have made a conscious decision to move to this area. As this region's top destination for nightlife, some have even begun to (accurately or not) refer to Morristown…
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Morristown's latest night spot opened to the public Wednesday, May 2.
The sign went up a while ago. Work continued, and continued and continued some more. Finally, the (faux?) iron doors opened on Iron Bar, Morristown's latest night spot, on Wednesday, May 2. It's a far cry from the Foot Locker that once occupied 5 South St. and, before that, Woolworth's. It's also far removed from the empty space property manager James Cavanaugh showed Morristown Patch for an article that launched this website nearly two years ago. So, we want to know, Morristown, how is it? Was the wait worth it? Are you optimistic for its future here? Any kinks in need of "ironing" out (sorry, we couldn't resist)? Let us know in the comments.
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Event held every Wednesday at The Side Bar.
Beer and brains reigned Wednesday night at The Side Bar, which hosts a pair of Trivia Night events every week, at 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. A number of locals came out to enjoy some bruise and try their hand at the questions. But, in the end, there could be only one.