Bridge Kitchenware retail store opening in Madison, New Jersey coincides with the annual town festival Bottle Hill Day

Top Quote Bridge Kitchenware's new retail stories now open at 17 Waverly Place (in the alleyway) in Madison, New Jersey! End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) October 04, 2011 - Madison, New Jersey - One day every October,folks from New York City and New Jersey flock to Madison, New Jersey for Bottle Hill Day. Bottle Hill Dayis Madison's annual town festival and street fair held on the first Saturday of October. It is a rain or shine event open to all and free of charge. Madison residents, businesses and community organizations participate in this fun-filled day of food, entertainment, and shopping to raise money for the town. Some of the days events include: live music from local bands and the Original Music School, rock climbing sponsored by Blue Ridge Mountain Sports, an auto show featuring assorted cars and awards, a food court with tasty samplings from Madison's best eateries, loads of family activities including a dance contest and moonwalk, and in the evening fireworks along with a student pep rally and bonfire. Take the train, get out of the City and enjoy a day in Madison, New Jersey, and while you are there check out Bridge Kitchenware's new store in the alleyway at 17 Waverly Place.

    Bridge Kitchenware Corporation is a small second generation, family-owned business which opened its doors in New York City in 1946. The lateFred Bridge had a storage facility down in the Bowery District of Manhattan and used a delivery truck to meet with and sell to restaurants and hotels. He later opened a small store at Third Avenue and 33rd Street. Over the years, father and sons worked side-by-side in the kitchenware business. Bridge Kitchenware later moved to a larger location at 212 East 52nd Street, and then just next door to 214 East 52nd Street where they remained for 23 years. In June 2005 Bridge Kitchenware moved to 711 Third Avenue(entry on 45th Street) with 48 feet of window space and 3,000 square feet of showroom. In July 2008 Bridge Kitchenware said goodbye to New York City and made a move, with family in mind, for a better quality of life. They moved temporarily into a warehouse in East Hanover, New Jersey and then down the street to 563 Eagle Rock Avenuein Roseland, New Jersey. In mid-September 2011 Bridge Kitchenware opened a small retail store at 17 Waverly Place in Madison, New Jersey. The store is steps away from NJ Transit's Madison Train Station (Midtown Direct line to New York City). New York City customers who don't care to make the trip can always order on-line at the easy to use website. Bridge Kitchenwarehas had many visitors from New York driving to see them in New Jersey, as well as from as far away as Texas, Tennessee, Oregon and Illinois! Also they have shipped all over the world, including Alaska, Philippines, Guana Island in the Caribbean, Australia, China and more!

    About Bridge Kitchenware:Bridge Kitchenware has been serving the very top hotels and restaurants in the industry for 65 years. They continue to do so with more customer service, the best pricing and the highest in European and domestic quality. They welcome you by phone, e-mail or in person. Browse their website and share it with your family and friends.

    Check back often as they are constantly adding new products.Find them on the internet at

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