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What's Open in Matawan and Aberdeen?

Looking for groceries, to get out of the house, or a hot meal? Check our list of businesses that are open in the area. If you know of a business not on our list, make sure to add it.

Hurricane Sandy have left numerous businesses in the dark since Monday night, but a few have managed to keep their doors with generators.

Here is a list of businesses that Patch noticed were open in spite of the power outages. If you would like more information or the phone number of the business, click their name in the list below.

Groceries

  • ShopRite on Lloyd Road and Route 34
  • Stop & Shop on Lloyd Road and Route 34
  • DeMarco's on Route 34
  • Livoti's on Route 34

Food

  • Kat Shack on Main Street
  • No. 1 Chinese on Main Street
  • Maloney's Pub on Main Street
  • Angelo's on Broad Street and Route 79
  • Enzo's on Route 34
  • Kicky's on Route 34
  • Wing Hing on Route 34
  • La Famiglia near Cliffwood Avenue and Matawan Road
  • CVS on Morristown Road
  • Ming's Garden on Matawan Road

Activities

  • All About Fun on Route 34 - only 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday
  • Rave Cinemas on Route 35 in Hazlet

Liquor Stores

  • Gallo's Wine Cellar on Route 34
  • JFJ Liquors on Route 34
  • Wine Nation on Route 34
  • Townsquare Liquors on Matawan Road
  • Camelot Wine Merchants on Broad Street

Other Services

  • Walgreens on Broad Street
  • PNC Bank on Lloyd Road
  • Matawan Pharmacy - only from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Phone number: (732) 970-6769
  • Postmark Plus on Route 34

Help us make sure this list is as up-to-date as possible. If a business has since shut down due to lack of gas or have since regained power and reopened, please leave a comment below with detailed information for your neighbors.

Tara Lalevee November 04, 2012 at 06:19 PM
enzo.s just buried themselves. Attilios on MORRISTOWN is the best pizza around. V and F by the AP is good too. Both are open!
NyPudge November 04, 2012 at 07:20 PM
Glad to see that some businesses decided to keep their prices as is. Hope no one got taken advantage of during this horrific time.
Drew November 07, 2012 at 03:30 AM
Mr. Enzo appears to be a very wealthy man. I have seen his beautiful cars. He could probably have afforded to do the 10 dollar pie thing like the pizza place on 79. They put a GREAT name out there for themselves. This was a time to come together and help out the community in a time of need which would have put a good name out there for his business. Instead it seems as though he wanted to make as much money as possible. Well, now he may be slapped with a nice fine for his 25% increase!!
Drew November 07, 2012 at 03:34 AM
you may think you were the only ones open during the storm; however that is not at all tru... I GUESS YOU GUYS WERE BLINDED BY THE MONEY !!!
Ginger Lazzaro November 08, 2012 at 05:50 PM
I was going to respond to Melissa, but I just can't...you're just entirely too rude (even when I came in & paid $15 for the mediocre pie Melissa was rude), ignorant & stupid for me to bother with other than to say I just reported Enzo's for price-gouging. I live on Mill & will NEVER patronize Enzo's again & I've made sure to tell everyone I know in this area about your disgusting ways.

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