The borough of Chatham is a quaint and charming community located within Chatham Township.
The history of the Revolutionary War is embraced within the culture of Chatham.
An extensive trail system throughout town guides visitors to key monuments and landmarks within the community. The Shepard Kollock Trail, Milton Avenue Trail, Stanley Park Trail and the Chatham Middle School Trail offer a unique perspective into the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
Dining in Chatham is as diversified as it’s background. Local restaurants, delis and eateries offer courses rooted in Italian, French, Lebanese, Asian and American fare.
The Restaurant Serenade, Scalini Fedeli and Mitsuba Japanese Cuisine are just a few of the local favorites within the borough. The establishments emit an atmosphere of sophistication and elegance while impressing the palate with culinary arts.
Main Street in downtown Chatham hosts an extensive selection of shopping options. These destinations include tailor services, clothing designers and boutiques, bridal shops and The Mall at Short Hills east of the Passaic River.
The Chatham Community Players was established in 1922 and has been entertaining residents and visitors for more than nine decades. The theater company schedules productions throughout the year including it’s annual rendition of “A Christmas Carol” which runs through the month of December.
For a complete listing of performances visit the Community Players seasonal calendar.