Wednesday, February 13, 2013
With the departure of Forever Young (formerly Jamaican Me Crazy), the seafood eatery and steakhouse is expanding next door and opening a fresh fish market and butcher shop.
The Little Tuna restaurant in Haddonfield is expanding into the storefront next door that used to be Forever Young Emporium and Jamaican Me Crazy. The restaurant is located at 141 Kings Highway East and it will annex the store front at 139 Kings Highway East, according to Remi Fortunato, the retail recruiter for the Partnership for Haddonfield (PfH) business improvement district (BID). "They're going to have a fresh fish and butchered meat market there and it will be the new entrance to the restaurant," Fortunato said. "It will have a theme like a butcher shop from the 1920s, with clerks with long, white aprons and white tiles on the walls. It will help fill a void in town for fresh fish since Haddonfield Shellfish closed last year," she …
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
The co-owner of Forever Young, the former Jamaican Me Crazy, ends 11-year run in the borough.
Gary Reses is still bullish on Kings Highway, even though he closed the door to his Haddonfield gift shop Sunday for the last time. Reses, 49, the co-owner of Forever Young, the former Jamaican Me Crazy, is reinventing his business from a gift shop to a young-adult home and apparel store on the campus of Rowan University in Glassboro. He and his wife, Nina, had run their Haddonfield shop for the past 11 years. Reses said his move says more about the opportunity at Rowan than the business climate in Haddonfield. "If it wasn't for this project and this opportunity, we wouldn't be leaving," he said. "We did very well here for 11 years. We just have this unique opportunity." Reses said Rowan and Glassboro are pouring $300 million into a new …
Sunday, December 30, 2012
Forever Young Emporium (a.k.a. Jamaican Me Crazy) will reopen on the Rowan University campus, HerSport heads to Cherry Hill and Georgie Girl is leaving the state.