Cookware Customers Will Find Bridge Kitchenware In Their New Retail Location On September 15, 2011

Top Quote Bridge Kitchenware looks to be right on schedule for their targeted opening date, and the doors at the new retail location are scheduled to open as planned in mid-September. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) September 09, 2011 - Roseland, New Jersey - Bridge Kitchenware announces its' relocation of their retail store to 17 Waverly Place (in the alleyway) Madison, NJ 07940 with a nearby warehouse. New flooring is being installed so opening is tentatively scheduled for September 15, 2011. This move is prompted after discovering their Roseland location's building is being leveled for the gas pipeline expansion. The store reaches out to customers all over the world via the website.

    The new retail store is steps away from the Mid-Town Direct NJ Transit's Madison Train Station. This charming, old-fashioned styled store will host three smaller rooms. Madison is home of Drew University, also the town has been featured in numerous motion pictures, and is adjacent to the NY Jets Corporate Headquarters. "We are a little nervous having to move in this economic climate. We're keeping the retail space small, but our 3,500 square foot warehouse will be our website distribution and storage," stated Steven Bridge, owner.

    A second-generation family-owned and operated business since 1946, Bridge Kitchenware began its roots in Manhattan by the late-Fred Bridge. Fred's son Steven and his wife, Kathy are now the owners. The store moved from New York to New Jersey in 2008. "Moving out of Manhattan after 62 years was a tough call, but the commute was taking a toll on our children. Raising our kids is our most important job. By coming to New Jersey we've changed our business efforts to focus on our online store. We're able to see our children," remarked Steven.

    Fred Bridge had a profound influence on everyone interested in cooking, earning the reputation as "the best in the business" by Zagat New York Marketplace Survey. Danny Kaye, Lady Bird Johnson, Julia Child, Jacques Pepin, Rudolph Stanish, Maida Heatter, Martha Stewart, and Craig Claiborne cemented Bridge's success with frequent store visits, television invitations, and write-ups in magazines and The New York Times. While in New York, Bridge Kitchenware received several awards over the years, including the "Best Kitchenware Store in the City" from Zagat Surveyors. Since being in New Jersey, Travel & Leisure Magazine listed Bridge Kitchenware one of six locations in the world to shop for kitchenware - only two were in the United States.

    When asked about his plans for the new store Steven said, "We want this to be a connoisseur's paradise and definitely more than just a one stop shop for kitchenware. There will be a variety of items for the professional chef, as well as for the home to accent your kitchen and plenty of items will make great gifts." Bridge offers a wide range of chef-quality kitchen accessories, bakeware, bar equipment, cookware, food preparation equipment, knives, and much more. There is also a great selection of collectible restaurant china, including Hall China and Princess China.

    In preparation for the new store Bridge Kitchenware is in the process of hosting special moving salesand closeouts. While some of the porcelain and earthenware items are not available at the online store, customers will find special discounts on them at the store's current location at Roseland.

    About Bridge Kitchenware: A family owned business since 1946, The retail store is located at 17 Waverly Place, Madison NJ. Their website is:

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