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About Us

At Distinctive Dinettes, we strive to provide our customers with the highest quality customer service.

Our goal is to help you furnish your home with the furniture that best suit your wants, needs and sense of style. The retail industry is changing and we understand that you are here because you want to be an informed consumer. We've created this catalog site because we want you to find exactly what you are looking for so that when you come visit us or you send us an inquiry, we will be better prepared to help you get what you want.

We want you to be able to see every possible product we can offer you, and then when you've found your perfect fit, we want you to come visit us in store to get a first-hand look at your future purchase. Let us make your shopping experience as easy and fulfilling as possible. We appreciate your time and hope to see you soon!

Our Community

Flemington is a borough in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, United States. As of the United States 2000 Census, the borough population was 4,201. It is the county seat of Hunterdon County. Most of the borough is in the Amwell Valley (a low-lying area of the Newark Basin), but northwest portions of the borough sit on the Hunterdon Plateau.

What is now Flemington was originally formed as a town by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on March 14, 1870, within portions of Raritan Township. It became a village as of June 11, 1894, still within Raritan Township. Flemington was finally incorporated as an independent borough by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on April 7, 1910, based on the results of a referendum held on April 26, 1910, and was formally separated from Raritan Township. The borough's incorporation was confirmed on April 27, 1931.

Flemington is an independent municipality located entirely within (and completely surrounded by) Raritan Township and is located near the geographic center of the Township. In 1756, Samuel Fleming purchased part of this land, and built his home which still stands on Bonnell Street, and "Fleming's Town" was born.

As respects the history of Flemington, the land that comprises Flemington was originally the territory of the Lenni Lenape Native Americans, as was all of Hunterdon County. In 1712, as part of a land parcel of 9,170 acres (37 km2), the Flemington area was acquired by William Penn and Daniel Coxe.

The surrounding fertile farmland dictated that the beginnings of Flemington should be essentially agricultural. Early German and English settlers engaged in industries dependent on farm products. As time passed poultry and dairy farms superseded crops in agricultural importance. An example of early settlement families was Johann David and Anna Maria Ephland, who immigrated in 1709 from Germany through London to New York and settled on his 147.5-acre (0.597 km2) farm in 1710. They raised their seven children, and two from his previous marriage, on the farm that now makes up the core of Flemington.

In 1785, Flemington was chosen as the County Seat of Hunterdon. Fire destroyed the old courthouse in 1826 and the City of Lambertville made an attempt to have the Seat moved, to no avail. Flemington remained the County Seat and the Courthouse which stands today on Main Street was built.

In 1856, the Hunterdon County Agricultural society purchased 40 acres (16 ha) of land that would accommodate the people, exhibits and livestock for the County (Flemington) Fair. The purpose of this Fair was to promote competition between farmers, stock raisers and machinery manufacturers. The fair was held every year at the Flemington Fairgrounds which also was the site of Flemington Fair Speedway (later Flemington Raceway). From 1992 through 1995, the speedway hosted the Race of Champions, a prestigious race for Modified racers.[19] The speedway hosted a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race from 1995 to 1998. In 2003, the County Fair adopted a new name, The Hunterdon County 4H and Agricultural Fair, and moved to the South County Park in East Amwell Township. On February 13, 1935, a jury in Flemington found Bruno Richard Hauptmann guilty of the kidnapping and murder of Charles Lindbergh's baby boy.

Points of Interest in Flemington include The Union Hotel (and early 19th century hotel in downtown Flemington, which served as a restaurant until its 2008 closure), The Hunterdon County Courthouse (a historic court house where the Lindbergh Trial took place, which is now used for County offices), and Fleming Castle.

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