Raymond's has Opened in Ridgewood

The restaurant – which opened Monday – is delaying dinner service until after the holidays.

It's taken a little while, but the wait is over. Highly anticipated, Raymond's opened to the Ridgewood public Monday morning, co-owner Joanne Ricci told Patch.

For now, Raymond's will only be offering breakfast, brunch and lunch services. Dinner service is expected to start up after the holidays.

Famous for its French toast, Ridgewood is the brunch heavyweight's second location, the first opening in Montclair nearly 25 years ago. The village location's menu is largely modeled after the Montclair offerings.

"Thanks to everyone for all of the well wishes," the restaurant wrote on its Facebook page Monday. "We are truly blessed and grateful."

Raymond's is located at 101 East Ridgewood Avenue. You can call them up at 201-445-5125.

Brian December 12, 2012 at 06:31 PM
Great point. On 12/4 James reports that it is opening next week. The owner writes and accuses him of publishing without checking facts. Then it opens on 12/10. Seems like James knew better than the owner on this one.
James Kleimann December 12, 2012 at 06:55 PM
I'll look around for a menu, JAFO. If I can't find one online, I'll take some photos of the menu when I stop by for brunch.
News Man December 12, 2012 at 10:22 PM
Click this LINK for the Raymonds detail menu and prices..hope it helps James. http://www.raymondsnj.com/menus.html link should work for you.
Rickie10 December 17, 2012 at 12:40 AM
Same experience as Ridgewood Mom 26, down to the same food my sister and I ordered. It has a very happy, down-to-earth vibe too.
Fercho December 27, 2012 at 01:58 AM
Good food, still somewhat expensive. Easily the best brunch place in the area but the quality is still not up to par with Montclair (coffee, lattes, eggs, hot food at your table, etc). However, the service is very good so I think it's a matter of time. 6 months from now the Country Pancake house will be offering delivery service.


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