February 18, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES I, II, III & IV • Page 11 F O CUS on WALDWICK Businesses A special supplement to the February 18, 2009 edition of The Villadom TIMES The Village Grille brings New York flair to Waldwick he Village Grille prides itself on great food and service in a very warm and comfortable ambiance. Come for a quiet romantic dinner for two or for a delicious affordable meal with the family. There is something on the menu for everyone including fresh seafood, steaks, pork chops, classic dishes like chicken marsala, BBQ ribs, burgers and The Village Grille Restaurant and Bar different pastas, as well as a great selection of appetizers, gourmet salads, and weekly culinary specials. A children’s menu is also offered, and many delicious homemade desserts. The Village Grille has a large, comfortable and cozy bar that caters to a relaxed crowd. There is an excellent wine, martini, and drink list and late night bar menu with various appetizers and sandwiches that are available on Friday and Saturday nights until 1am. Happy Hour is 3:30 to 7pm Monday through Friday. And for your entertainment, The Village Grille features live music every Saturday and Sunday night throughout the summer. The restaurant also hosts private parties. Let The Village Grille be your choice for your next event: bridal/baby showers, birthdays, anniversaries, christenings, etc. Whether you are in for lunch, out to dinner with your family, or looking for a place to share some conversation and laughs over a cocktail, check out The Village Grille Restaurant and Bar, located at 71 Crescent and Wyckoff Avenues in Waldwick, open 7 days a week from 11:30am Monday through Friday and from 1pm on Saturday and Sunday. Call (201) 670-8200. T et’s Frame It Inc. is a oneof a kind quality custom frame shop that also specializes in unique home décor. Owner Gail Swirczynski has an extensive 32+ year background in picture framing and art conservation. Her simple, realistic approach to framing people’s cherished keepsakes and pictures has earned her a great reputation as a trusted local merchant. Gail is assisted by local artist Susanne Stewart Deyoe, who also has a creative artistic eye, and can give customers many ideas, choices, and solutions to framing just about anything. Gail will be celebrating her 22nd year at “Lets Frame It” in Gail Swirczynski Waldwick this year. “We have a quick turn around rate,” Gail says, “and everything is done right here on the premises. ‘You name it, let’s frame it’ is our motto. We also can help customers find prints through our many catalogs or choose from thousands of images on the computer.” In addition to picture framing and art sales, as you stroll by the window, you can see the shop carries an abundance of handmade gifts made by professional crafters from all over the states. “Not everyone has something to frame, so I filled my window with whimsical gifts for the beach lover --“Beachythings” -- as I call it, and it works!” Let’s Frame It is located at 27 East Prospect Street in Waldwick. For more information call (201) 670-7666. L Let’s Frame It