Easy access to Route 280, the Garden State Parkway and Routes 24 and 78 make north, south and westbound commutes easy.
For a girlâ€™s night, or any other excuse for a party, try the Martini Bistro & Bar in town, Joeâ€™s American at the Mall or The Retreat Lounge at the Hilton or Moonshine Modern Supper Club. A great new hangout is the Boxcar Bar & Grill in the Short Hills train station.
For date night you can go downtown to Basilico, CafÃ© Monet, Cara Mia or Sakura sushi, like many New Jersey restaurants theyâ€™re BYOB. (In New Jersey, thereâ€™s a max of one full liquor licensed-restaurant for every 3,000 residents â€“ there are even some dry towns!)
There are lots of fun, casual spots too. Tinga Taqueria is always busy, Benihana continues to put on a show and Charlie Brownâ€™s is an old favorite. CafÃ© Luna is small and cozy. Garage is a fun family spot for burgers, Millburn Deli is famous for their Gobbler!
Youâ€™ll find an amazing selection of wine plus beer, liquor and gourmet foods at the Wine Library on Millburn Avenue where Short Hills borders Springfield.
The historic Wyoming section of Millburn is in the southeast part of the town, bordering the Reservation.
Millburn is by far the wealthiest town in the state, measured by per capita income, when compared to others of its size. And it ranks number 46 in the country on the list of richest towns with more than 1000 households (it has 7000).
Gero Park is a big 36 acres and includes a recreation center, baseball, tennis and basketball, ball fields and roller hockey. Itâ€™s also home to the town pool and a par 3 golf course.
The East Orange Golf Course is located in Short Hills.
Of course, wherever you are in Millburn itâ€™s a quick trip to New York, an hour away from the Poconos and the Jersey shore and two hours to Philadelphia. Washington and Boston are easy weekend getaways and the Newark Airport is just 11 miles away.