Best Restaurants

Best Chefs America, a 386-page book published this month, bills itself as the "first-ever industry peer review guide [to] chefs." The 4,650 chefs across the country who made the cut are listed state by state. A quick count shows New Jersey has 196 honorees, ranging from stars like Craig Shelton, Nicholas Harary, Scott Anderson, David Felton, Zod Arifai, Ryan DePersio and Anthony Bucco to many lesser known names.

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The James Beard Foundation today released the list of semi-finalists for this year's awards for chefs and restaurants. Three New Jersey restaurants are among the nominees. All three were named to NJM's list of Top 25 restaurants in the state last August...

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This just in from Christine Nunn, chef/owner of Picnic in Fair Lawn, one of NJM's Top 25 Restaurants in 2011 and 2012: It is with a sad heart that I announce that New Year’s Eve was our “Last Supper” at little Picnic. I wish it was not the case, but the economy got the best of Picnic.

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Ryland Redux

July 17, 2012

Veteran restaurateurs Frank and Jeanne Cretella apply their outsize personalities and hands-on style to their biggest challenge yet—reviving the legendary Ryland Inn.

Seen in: Eat & Drink

Long gone are the days when New Jersey, sandwiched between two imposing cities, could only look outward for its best food. Now the top restaurants in the state stand shoulder to shoulder with the finest in the region.

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New Jersey, of course, offers much to recommend it. But among the natural wonders and culinary treasures that abound in the Garden State, one item in particular dominated the agenda of a few out-of-town friends who stopped in for a visit this past weekend—pizza.

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The Whale’s Tale

April 9, 2012

You have to get there pretty early to beat Fair Lawn’s Peter Panteleakis (a.k.a. Mr. Whale) to the best seafood at the Fulton Fish Market.

Seen in: Jersey Living

Seafood is a given on virtually every restaurant menu, but some places pride themselves on providing a broad range of the very freshest catch. Here are some of our favorites, with a few words on what to expect. If none of these float your boat, there’s always sushi.

Seen in: Eat & Drink

For quality and quantity, the ocean is one of the Garden State’s richest gardens.

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We asked our readers to list their favorite places to eat and drink, and they responded. Read on to find out which places our readers feel are the best in the state.

Seen in: Best Of Jersey

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