Teaneck Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Teaneck; our list of the best things to see, including Coliseum Pizza, Sammy’s New York Bagels and Amarone Ristorante.
  • Coliseum Pizza

    435 Cedar Lane
    This is one of the most popular pizza parlor in town. People will come from across town for Coliseum’s Italian style. They’re brick oven pizza is made to order and when you eat it you feel close to Italy. It is a family owned and operated business and has been in Teaneck since the 1980s. If you want pizza in this town, Coliseum is the place to be.
  • Sammy’s New York Bagels

    1439 Queen Anne Road
    Located on Queen Anne Road as part of “The Plaza,” Sammy’s has the best bagels you can get outside of New York City. In fact, New Yorkers will come have a Sammy’s bagel and claim they are just as good as a classic H&H New York made bagel, some say better. Open for breakfast and lunch, Sammy’s is under Kof-K supervision. They offer an extensive dairy menu. Pastries, salads, and sandwiches are available, and in the summer months there is a lovely outdoor seating area. Sammy’s caters events as well.
  • Amarone Ristorante

    63 Cedar Lane
    This quaint, comfortable Italian restaurant is one of the most popular destinations in town. Their fresh seafood and homemade products draw regular customers from Long Island, Rockland County, and even Pennsylvania. Reservations are strongly recommended, as big parties come in often.
  • New Bridge Landing Historic Park

    New Bridge Landing Historic Park

    1201 Main St
    New Bridge was a prosperous mill hamlet, centered upon a bridge strategically placed at the narrows of the Hackensack River. In the American Revolution, New Bridge Landing was the site of a pivotal bridge crossing the Hackensack River, where General George Washington led his troops in retreat from British forces. The current Draw Bridge at New Bridge was built in 1888 and added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 5, 1989. The area is now a New Jersey historic site in portions of New Milford, River Edge, Hackensack and Teaneck in Bergen County, New Jersey.
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  • Bischoff’s

    468 Cedar Lane
    This ice cream parlor, located on Cedar Lane, is nationally famous for its homemade ice cream. Started in 1934, this store began to make what are now 40 different flavors all made on the premises and are used to make just about whatever you would like. The place has a very “step into yesterday” feel where the employees dress like they would in the 1930s with paper hats and bowties. In Teaneck, holidays are not complete without some of Bischoff’s famous homemade candies. After a late night movie at Cedar Lane Cinema, be sure to cross the street and enjoy some of the areas best frozen treats. They’re open every day of the year but Christmas. They do not accept credit or debit cards.
  • NJ Naval Museum

    78 River St
  • Nj Navaj Museum

    78 River St,
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Teaneck uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.