NJ food truck relaunches as a brick and mortar business
🍔 A NJ-based food truck has now opened brick-and-mortar stores
🍟 One is in Westfield with four more NJ locations opening this fall
🍕 It partners with restaurants from around the country to bring meals to you locally
CRANFORD — One order. Multiple restaurants. One delivery.
A Cranford-based food truck startup known as Wonder, which offered delivery in parts of Bergen County, and cooked meals designed by celebrity chefs such as Bobby Flay and Michael Symon, has relaunched as a brick-and-mortar business, now with delivery, takeout, and dine-in options.
Wonder has partnered with more than 15 awarding-winning restaurants across the country from Phoenix to Atlanta, and Washington D.C. to Los Angeles, where guests can order from multiple restaurants at once.
History of Wonder
The venture was launched four years ago by Marc Lore, who founded Diapers.com and Jet.com, and former Walmart executive Scott Hilton, according to NJBiz.
Wonder store locations are currently open in Westfield, Manhattan (Upper West Side and Chelsea), and Downtown Brooklyn.
There are plans to open four more Wonder locations in the fall of 2023 in New Jersey:
80 Godwin Ave., Midland Park
1 Union Ave., Cresskill
121 River Street, Hoboken
219 Morris Ave., Springfield
At the Westfield store, located at 210 South Ave. West, there are 21 restaurants to choose from when ordering food. Among them:
Alanza Pizza (New York)
Honu Poke (Illinois) which features poke bowls with a Hawaiian flair
Yasas by Michael Symon (Chelsea)
Limesalt (New York)
Royal Greens (Westfield)
Wing Trip (New York)
Fred’s Meat and Bread (Atlanta)
Burger Baby (Georgia)
Tejas Barbecue (Texas), the real-deal Texas BBQ at its best.
For $7.99 a month, customers can join Wonder+ where they pay no delivery fees, and receive expedited pickup and delivery on all orders as a member.
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