Days Inn Vineland

1001 W Landis Ave, Vineland, NJ 08360
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Latino community in Vineland

by asturnut

I grew up in the Latino part of Vineland, center city, and couldn't help but embrace these people, their language and culture. I always remember as neighbors celebrated with friends, especially on hot summer days, hearing lots of laughter and loud salsa and merengue music drifting through the air. And of course, the aroma of rice and beans was never far behind... (My favorite part about growing up in that neighborhood was the food! I swear there is a little Puerto Rican eatery or shop on almost every block. If you ever come to Vineland, find one of these places to eat-- anywhere between 8th and 2nd Streets and Landis and Chestnut Avenues.)

Ice cream in Summer

by asturnut

Going out for an ice-cream in the evening is a popular pastime in NJ because because it is very hot & humid in the summer. I loooove ice-cream and we have several ice-cream stands in town:

Deek's Deli-N-Kustard Kitchen: This is the place I remember going to as a kid. Back then it stood alone in a wooded lot, now it has been encorporated into a homey little strip mall. The ice-cream is really good. Their pineapple has always been my favorite. They also have take out deli items. Seating is outside only.
Main & Magnolia Roads, 691-5438.

General Custard's Last Stand: A 50's themed ice-cream parlor which is known for it's excellent Cuban Sandwich. It is the only parlor in town with eat-in seating. Located near Vineland High School on
2578 E Chestnut Ave, 692-2992.

Serene Custard: It has always been my favorite because it was the first in town to have a miniature golf course. Currently seating is limited to outdoors only, although they have been working to renovate an old train car to provide indoor seating. A city zoning snafu has held up the project for a few years. Located on the Boulevard overlooking the railroad tracks.
N West Blvd and Garden Roads, 692-1104.

Lincoln Falls: (see corresponding tip). Go there for golf, not ice-cream. Their ice-cream selection is dismal.

There are also 2 national chains:
Rita's Water Ice- one on Lincoln and Landis Avenue and one by the Cumberland Mall on Delsea and College Drives. Their best item is actually their vanilla soft custard.

Friendly's Restaurant: These restaurants serve family friendly food and tasty ice-cream desserts. 2 locations, both within the Cumberland Mall complex.

Vineland Produce Auction

by asturnut

The Vineland Produce Auction or "the Block" as we call it around here, is the biggest produce auction in the northeast of the USA. Located at the on Main Road near Oak Road it goes unnoticed by most passers-by. But it is surely a noteworthy place, not ony in our community which is strongly agricultural, but also on a national level.

To witness a little bit of Americana, you can visit "Tony's Lunch, 'the Breakfast spot" (an oxymoron, no?) which is located at the produce block. It's a smallish galley diner that sells cheap food to hungry working men, like the employees of the block and the truckers who ship the produce, as well as construction workers, electricians and carpenters. It's a real slice of life. The food is cheap, not very good and the place is kind of dirty- but it's America, real and up-close.

Kuifje's Take on Vineland

by kuifje75

"My ties to Vineland: my alma mater"

Although I lived about 15 miles south of Vineland, I attended schools in Vineland, because they were the regional district that offered deaf program for deaf day students. I attended school from kindergarten through high school in Vineland, and have worked in Vineland as well. Vineland's mascot is The Fighting Clans, which pays hommage to Vineland's heyday as a poultry capital of Jersey.
Since Vineland is technically the largest city in New Jersey, there are many school buildings spread out in the city. The first school, Landis Jr. High School, has been placed on the National Historical Registry. Behind the Landis School, there is the Gittone Stadium where football games take place.
Every year on Thanksgiving Day, Vineland plays their traditional Turkey Day football rivalry game with the neighbouring city of Millville. This is a tradition that has lasted for over a hundred years. The night before, students of the high schools in both cities would hold their own bonfires and dances to raise the school spirit for the football game the following day.

"Landis Avenue: Downtown Vineland"

Named after the city founder, Charles Landis, Landis Avenue is the main throughfare through downtown Vineland, extending from Route 55 to Atlantic County. There are many things to see on Landis Avenue. Churches line up the eastern part of Landis Avenue, as well as upscale houses with groomed yards. To the west, stores and office buildings line the street, as well as the Landis School. The intersection of Delsea Drive and Landis Avenue used to be a giant traffic circle, until in mid-1990s when it was converted into a simple intersection, apparently to reduce automobile accidents.
Downtown Vineland has several stores catering to the local Hispanic community, which has been a strong presence in Vineland since the 1950's. Every year in summer, the Puetro Rican Pride Week takes place with festivals and parade through the Landis Avenue.
After Thanksgiving, the Christmas parade takes place in the evening along Landis Avenue. The tradition is that at the end of the parade, Santa Claus would climb the firetruck and use his "magic" to turn on the Christmas lights along the Landis Avenue. About 2 or 3 miles of Landis Avenue is decked with Christmas light, and it's quite a sight to be seen.

"Little Italia: the Italian Presence in Vineland"

In the eastern parts of Vineland, the streets are named after Dante, Venezia, Pacenzia, Trento, Italia, etc... Since the late 1800's, the Italians have resided in Vineland and established a strong farming community there. Some of the large farms in eastern Vineland still exist. A large part of today's Vineland population is Italian, and the Italian cuisine is quite popular in Vineland.

The Vineland Developmental Center East Campus

by asturnut

The Vineland Developmental Center (VDC) is the state facility for severely mentally retarded women in New Jersey. It was founded in 1888! With the move in recent years to mainstream as many clients as possible into group homes, the number of women actually living on campus is much smaller than in years past. The campus is sprawling and beautiful, will well manicured landscaping and gorgeous old buildings. A passer-by might mistake the VDC for an expensive private college, but it's not!

The main (east) campus of the "VDC" is located at 1676 E Landis Avenue, at the corner of Landis and Main Road. The Vineland Developmental Center should not be confused with the private Training School at Vineland, located across the street at 1776 E Landis Ave.

The main (east) campus of the "VDC" is located at 1676 E Landis Avenue, at the corner of Landis and Main Road. The Vineland Developmental Center should not be confused with the private Training School at Vineland, located across the street at 1776 E Landis Ave.

"The Traning School at Vineland"

Located across from the VDC is the Training School, a privately run facility. It's campus is similarly sprawling and beautiful.


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