Great schools, civic and community organizations, diverse opportunities for pro-active involvement.
Restaurants, shopping, fine arts, film, theater.
Parks, running, walking and biking trails, tennis, golf, more.
Dubbed the Restaurant capital of NJ for a reason
From classic bistros on Church Street like Raymonds to Zagat rated fine dining choices like Fascino, to International choices Brick Lane Curry House and Mesob and more.
Walkable Hub Centers
Montclair Center, Walnut Street Station, Watchung Plaza and Upper montclair
6 NJ Train Stations in Montclair, another in Glen Ridge and 2 in Bloomfield, each surrounded by a small town hub of shops and services.
Small Shop Economy
Though you'll find a few well known names like Lululemon, Blue Mercury, Anthropology and Talbots, Montclair is really known for supporting small local businesses.
Heading into its fourth year, the Montclair Film Festival May 1-10th, 2015 is just one of the many unique arts events on offer.