Englewood, New Jersey
According to popular belief, Englewood Township – the predecessor of the city, was named after the Engle family. Being the first principally English-speaking community on the New Jersey side of Hudson River, this settlement was also called the “English Neighborhood”. The region remained mainly unsettled during Dutch rule until the entire area of New Netherland was surrendered to England by them in 1664. After that, the area experienced diversified settlements including English, Huguenot and Dutch. This diversity can still be recalled by following the street names like Lawrence, Moore from English, Demarest from Huguenot and Lydecker, Brinckerhoff, Van Brunt from Dutch. The region was incorporated as a city in 1899 by merging the remaining parts of Englewood Township and parts of Ridgefield Township.
Englewood, spread over 12 square kilometers, is home to different races including White Americans, African Americans, Native Americans, Pacific Islanders, Asians and Latinos/Hispanics, among others. This City of Bergen County is surrounded by Englewood Cliffs and Fort Lee on its east, Teaneck on its west, Leonia on its south and Tenafly on its north.
Englewood is well connected with various parts of the state through Country Route 505, Country Route 501, Interstate 95, Route 93 and Route 4. New Jersey Transit operates local bus services and for George Washington Bridge Bus Station. Rockland Coaches and Ameribus/Saddle River Tours also provide scheduled bus service to Port Authority Bus Terminal and George Washington Bridge Bus Station respectively.
The city boasts of limited yet highly interesting tourist attractions. Those who want to experience a comprehensive variety of events should head straight to Bergen Community Performing Arts Center or Black Box Studios. Tourists who want to feel the thrill, luxury and speed of some real expensive cars must visit the Gotham Dream Cars. Cigar connoisseurs should check out the Casa Hispaniola Cigars for some good cigars available in different sizes and at different prices. Families searching for a place where everyone can have a good time should look no further than Space Odyssey. Flat Rock Brook Nature Center is another place worth visiting.
Notable restaurants in Englewood include Balthazar Bakery (sweets and pies), 4 West Diner (American food), Blue Moon Mexican Café (Mexican food), Patisserie Florentine (French and European food), Jerry’s Homemade (homemade food), Noches De Colombia (Colombian style meals) and East West (Mexican and Japanese food), among others.
Though Crowne Plaza Hotel is the only hotel in Englewood, tourists can also stay at hotels like Clinton Inn Hotel, Hilltop Motel etc which are in close proximity to Englewood. Englewood is home to world famous Englewood Medical Center that offers world class care in cancer, pediatrics and nutrition counselling.
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