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Three Great Businesses Under One Roof

Three Great Businesses Under One Roof

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Avalon Coffee and Grille
Giovanni and Sandy Sanzone both grew up working in family-owned pizzerias. Together they started Little Italy Restaurant in Wildwood Crest, where they operated the business for 20 years. In 2016, they decided to sell Little Italy and move on to owning Avalon Coffee and Grille in Rio Grande. In addition to Avalon Coffee’s breakfast favorites like hand-rolled bagels, micro-roasted coffee, hot breakfast sandwiches and fresh baked goods, the newly expanded menu also features smoothies and lunch items like salads, wraps and burgers. At the new coffee bar set up you’ll find the classic Avalon blend as well as other unique blends, plus lattes, cappuccinos, teas and espressos all available in hot, iced or frozen. Avalon Coffee also caters, providing bagel trays, sandwich trays, sweet trays and coffee servers for your next big event. Be on the lookout for Avalon Coffee’s remodeled look, happening in the near future! For more information, call (609) 463-0275. 
Three years ago, Jason and Jim decided to ditch the old school carrier, Verizon Wireless, and switch to the “uncarrier” T-Mobile! T-Mobile is redefining the way wireless is done, and with “no contract” phone plans and other great benefits, it’s easy to see why they made the switch. With a combined experience of over 30 years in the cellular industry, Jason and Jim are trusted and respected throughout South Jersey. When asked why they decided to switch, they said, “Why not? T-Mobile is revolutionizing the way Americans buy cell phones. We felt like dinosaurs with that other company!” Jason and Jim are here to help you get rid of your oppressive contract. Contract freedom is as easy as trading in your old phone and signing up for T-Mobile’s EIP Plan. The plan includes unlimited calling, texting and data, and T-Mobile even offers to pay your early termination fees. For more information, call (609) 886-3336.
Taco Time
It’s Taco Time! Started by Anna Lucas in 2015, Taco Time in Rio Grande offers authentic Mexican food to please your palate. First, pick your style. Choose from burritos, tacos, quesadillas, taco salad, nachos or a rice bowl. Next, make it your own by choosing your filling: chicken, steak, ground beef, veggies, shrimp, barbacoa or carnitas. Other favorites include chicken, steak or shrimp fajitas, enchiladas, chimichangas and specialty tacos, just to name a few. A special kids menu offers munchies like chicken fingers and French fries, a cheese quesadilla and chips, or two tacos and chips. The daily specials are always changing, so be sure to stop by and see what’s new for you to try! Taco Time is rated among the top three Mexican restaurants in Rio Grande. For more information, call (609) 600-2148.
3167 Rt. 9 S., Rio Grande

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