South Orange Downtown Welcomes Seton Hall Back to Campus

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South Orange Downtown welcomes the Seton Hall community back to campus with exclusive offers from participating businesses, downtown shopping and restaurant guides and celebratory blue banners throughout the downtown.

“Seton Hall is an important part of our community and we want them to feel connected to our downtown and experience what makes the downtown special,” said Melissa Hodge, Executive Director of South Orange Downtown. “Whether it’s movie night, dinner with friends, local shopping or just strolling through the district, South Orange Downtown will be a treasured part of their college experience.”

Participating downtown businesses are offering discounts and special offers with a valid Seton Hall ID card. 

Participating retail businesses include: 

  • Ambiance Jewelers (53 South Orange Ave): 10% off All Year Long
  • Cafe Word Bookstore (108 South Orange Ave): 10% off All Year Long
  • Dawn Opticians (63 2nd St): 20% off a complete pair of RX glasses, 10% off RX contact lenses
  • Kitchen a la Mode (19 South Orange Ave): 10% off All Year Long
  • Little Shop of Hip Hop (111 South Orange Ave): 10% off Welcome Back Week 
  • Liza’s Fashion Designer Label for Less (131A South Orange Ave): 20% off All Year Long
  • Sadie’s (65 Valley Street): 20% off for Welcome Back Week
  • South Orange Frame Shop (6 Sloan Street): 20% off year round
  • Sparkhouse Toys (9 Village Plaza): 10% off All Year Long
  • South Orange Pharmacy (73 South Orange Ave): 10% off Welcome Back Week.

Participating restaurants include: 

  • BGR (9 South Orange Ave): 10% off All Year Long
  • Chipoba Cafe (50 South Orange Ave): Free Bubble Tea with $30 purchase
  • The Dancing Blender (121 South Orange Ave): 10% off All Year Long
  • Grid Iron Waffle Shop (12 South Orange Ave): 10% off All Year Long 
  • New Great Wall (133 South Orange Ave): 10% off All Year Long
  • Pandang (8-12 Village Plaza): 10% off dinner menu only
  • Papillon 25 (25 Valley St): 10% off
  • Pirates Pizza (133 South Orange Ave): 10% off All Year Long
  • Tito’s Burritos (6 South Orange Ave): 20% off every Monday 
  • Town Hall Deli (74 First St): 10% off

 Participating services businesses includes: 

  • BCB Bank (200 Valley St): Campus Checking account with no monthly fees and no minimums
  • Garden of Edith (54 South Orange Ave): 10% off
  • Lucky 7’s Barbershop (10 W South Orange Ave): 10% discount
  • Lumie Salon (260 Valley St): 10% discount
  • New Jersey Tae Kwon Do Chung Do Kwan (114 Valley St): 10% discount 
  • SOPAC (1 SOPAC Way): $10 Student Rush tickets for SOPAC-presented performances 
  • Steel McLean (4 Village Plaza): $25 haircuts all year long
  • Supercuts (7 Sloan Street): 20% off of haircuts & products 
  • The UPS Store (4 South Orange Ave): 10% on Printing and 15% on banners through September 30th 
  • Three Birds Yoga Studio (18 South Orange Ave): 20% off our Memberships and Class Packages 
  • The Village at SOPAC (1 SOPAC Way): FREE admission through 9/12/21 with SHU ID
  • Yoni Kreger Salon (9 South Orange Ave): 20% off all services and products  

All of the Seton Hall Welcome Back special offers, as well as the shopping and restaurant guides, can be viewed at

About South Orange Downtown

Originally founded in 1991 as a Main Street Organization, South Orange Downtown is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to making the downtown business district a vibrant place to live, work and enjoy through events, beautification and advocacy for the downtown businesses. We are the longest-operating Main Street Community in New Jersey. Our mission is to strengthen the vitality of the downtown business district by supporting existing businesses and attracting new ones to improve the Village’s retail mix; raising funds for improvement and public art projects; producing events that complement existing stores and services; maintaining a clean, safe, and pedestrian-friendly downtown; and helping our governing body manage new development while preserving the attractive architectural legacy of the downtown area. The organization is run by an Executive Director and a volunteer board of directors made up of property owners, business owners, residents and other stakeholders. The organization produces key downtown events, including Summer Saturdays, Farmers Market, Hometown Holiday, the Under Cover Music Fest and more. For more information, visit

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