On June 3rd, Montclair Concierges offers Dinner to Go delivered to you as you get off the Train

A little bit of promotion today as we introduce a new service this week.

Starting June 3rd,  Montclair Concierges in partnership with Church Street Cafe offers Dinner to Go delivered right in your hands at the Bay Street Train Station as you get off the train:

  • Service offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6:00 to 9:00 pm.
  • Minimum 2 entrees  
  • Service fee: $10.00 per order    
  • Orders must be placed by calling 973-941-0981    
  • All we need from you is your name, a credit card and its expiration date and your cell phone number
  • If you want us to complement your Order to Go with some wine, a cake, flowers, a book, a gift or any other item, let us know, in that case our $29.00 hourly rate applies.
  • If you want your Dinner to Go delivered to a different location in Montclair, Bloomfield or Glenridge, consult with us.
  • If you have a large group and wish to order from Church Street Buffet Party Menu consult with us first, in that case orders need to be placed 3 hours prior to delivery.

If you think of other services you would like us us to add to our offerings, let us know.

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