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Any recs for someone who can fix shoes?

I have a pair of black stiletto boots, but I wore down the tip of each heel so that the metal screw is showing.  I know back in the day that shoe cobblers fixed this sort of thing, but do they still exist?

Does anyone know any places (preferably in Somerset County, but I'll go anywhere at this point) that could fix my boots?  Also, any ideas as to how long it would take to fix them?

TIA!
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Re: Any recs for someone who can fix shoes?

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    JulepheniaJulephenia member
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    edited December 2011
    There are a ton of cobblers in Newark. I found them by googling shoe repar in Newark or cobblers in Newark.

    I'm sure there are some by you, or just pop up here. I use Express Shoe Repair, on Academy in Newark, but there are several within a few blocks' range.
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    edited December 2011
    Awesome, thanks!! 
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    Reilly626Reilly626 member
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    edited December 2011
    There is one in Westfield NJ and also Washington Boro NJ..
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    jchristeljchristel member
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    edited December 2011
    I have shoes repaired all the time- they are all over, did you try yellowpages.com?  I don't know where in Somerset County you are, but I put in shoe repair and somerset and found a bunch.
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    edited December 2011
    Rago Brothers on Speedwell Ave in Morristown.  I've had several heels replaced by them, and they do an awesome job.
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    edited December 2011
    I second Rago Brothers! They are awesome!
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    heather8301heather8301 member
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    edited December 2011
    Fama's Shoes in Milltown on Main St. only about 5 min away from the old Carolier Lanes Bowling alley on Rt. 1.

    Old Italian guy... does great work and his wife runs the tailoring shop upstairs.
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