Private, peaceful, and immensely welcoming
Welcome to Chatham/Madison
The communities of Chatham/Madison are gems in New Jersey's crown, areas that are abundant with life and teeming with community spirit. There's a lot to do in Chatham/Madison, including many fantastic restaurants and exciting shops and restaurants. There are also lots of great festivals, parades, and special events around town, including art gallery openings and wine tastings. Whatever your taste or interest, you are certain to find something to satisfy in Chatham/Madison!
What to Love
- Fantastic local restaurants
- A bustling main street
- Many locally-owned businesses
- Peaceful ambiance
Chatham/Madison are full of heart, community spirit, and peace, with beautiful homes that draw the eye and inspire the imagination. Many residents of the area have lived here for years and have gone on to raise families and even retire in this beautiful area. Visitors appreciate the ease of access to all the big city's most exciting amenities, and with New York City just about one hour away, there's always something exciting going on.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Foodies will appreciate the wide variety of dining options in Chatham/Madison. Sorriso Kitchen
is a local hotspot, a delightful restaurant that is the perfect destination for a casual lunch or a fine dinner out on the town. Namkeen Hot Chicken
is another firm favorite with Chatham/Madison residents, a restaurant that serves up renowned hot chicken and other delicacies. For fabulous lobster rolls, check out Seymours Food Truck
, a staple that also serves up falafel, crab cake sandwiches, and Jersey cheesesteak fries.
After indulging in a delicious meal, check out Mud Clay Studio- Madison
, a pottery studio that has something for everyone, from experienced potters to beginners interested in getting started. Theater lovers will definitely want to visit The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey
. This performing arts theater is dedicated to furthering the love of theater in visitors and guests of all ages.
Things to Do
There's an abundance of activities in Chatham/Madison, from exciting festivals to wine tastings. Bottle Hill Day
is a festival that has earned local renown, a music festival that features multiple stages and many talented musicians, along with amusement areas, vendors, lots of delicious food, and a food truck court. The Reeves-Reed Arboretum hosts many exciting events throughout the year, including the beloved Oktoberfest festival
. This immersive event invites everyone to celebrate the autumn season while enjoying live music, great food, and many handmade goods and gifts.
History lovers will want to pay a visit to the Museum of Early Trades & Crafts
in Madison. This well-appointed museum explores the history of human industry through immersive exhibits and attractions, along with activities that will spark the imagination. It's easy to spend a few hours or a full afternoon at this Madison staple, a museum that residents and tourists alike have a lot of love for.