Sedona Taphouse Opens in Cliffside Park

Sedona Taphouse Opens in Cliffside Park, NJ

Sedona Taphouse Opens in Cliffside Park, NJ: Sedona Taphouse is now open at Cliffside Park’s One Towne Centre on Anderson Avenue. The new restaurant features hundreds of craft beers, hand-cut steaks, seafood and local selections, and is owned by local restaurateurs Eddie Young and Mendi Zuta.

“We are thrilled to bring Sedona Taphouse to the Cliffside Park community,” said Young. “We are committed to giving back to local organizations through fundraising efforts with our Steak Out for Charity program and partnering with businesses in the surrounding region.”

“This is a prime location for Sedona Taphouse because we are a part of the new Towne Center development and surrounded by neighborhoods where residents can easily walk a few blocks to dine with us,” says Zuta.

The Sedona Taphouse ‘Steak Out for Charity’ promotion is every Monday, during lunch or dinner, and includes a $7, 8-ounce Black Angus flat iron steak, normally priced at $18.9, for all dine-in patrons, with the purchase of a beverage.

“$1 is donated to the chosen charity of the month for every steak sold, so we will raise money for 12 organizations annually,” explains Zuta. “It’s an amazing deal for a charitable cause.”

In addition to giving back to local charities, every Tuesday is ‘Hero Appreciation’ night where active or retired military personnel, police officers, fire fighters, teachers, 9-1-1 dispatchers, nurses and EMS personnel can receive one free flatbread. An ID or uniform is required for patrons to take part in the promotion.

“We believe it is important to honor the heroes that play a role in our everyday lives,” said Young. “We also offer a 15% discount off the entire check for local heroes, Tuesday through Sunday.”

The restaurant will also feature a happy hour with discounts on beer, wine, cocktails, martinis, and small plates, throughout the week. It is located at 679 Anderson Avenue, Cliffside Park, New Jersey.

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