The delicious deals offered at these six New Jersey restaurants are sure to put a smile on Dad's face this Father's Day.
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Jersey Shore Guide
Staples along the Jersey coastline sure to satisfy every summer craving.
Freshly hatched restaurants, events and attractions to discover this summer.
Take in life-like art in the open air at Grounds For Sculpture before grabbing a nearby bite.
Spend a weekend getting pampered at the Reeds at Shelter Haven's Salt Spa.
The bustling township beckons with culture and cuisine.
Pedal and picnic where mules once hauled barges.
Take a leisurely tour down a tannin-stained river.
Just for the Web
Show us your selfies at 36 iconic New Jersey destinations—and win!
The winning shot will appear on our December cover.
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Lauren Van Liew, aka Chef Covas, promises “no sugarcoating” in her approach to catering for big parties or small.
Restaurants along the coast are looking to rebound from last year's low points.
In a year like no other, the pleasure of dining out yielded to safety. Amid struggles, restaurants were there for us. Here, we salute the finest.
9 books by Jersey authors to savor down the Shore or by the pool.
Anthony Grieco's charming Opal & Olive is a haven for eager hosts.
The Warehouse NJ provides donated furnishings and household goods when homeless families and individuals find a new place to call their own.
The high-spirited Thom Sweeney takes on large design projects, but he’s content in a tiny bayside shack several months of the year.
Their Sunflow chair pairs style with innovative design.
Register today to start submitting your Garden State selfies.
Here's where several top foodies head when they're craving a slice.
Having overcome drug abuse and dealt with his father’s untimely death, pizza vagabond Michael Fitzick finally found a home base in Bakeria 1010.
Lift Your Spirits
Thanks to a change in liquor laws in 2013, distilleries have been cropping up across the Garden State. Here, an overview of the craft spirits they produce.
It began in Colonial times, vanished during Prohibition and, following new legislation in 2013, came roaring back.
A leading producer of applejack and apple brandy, Laird's came about in Colonial times. (George Washington even requested a recipe!)
The French-born musician adds his Django Reinhardt–inspired sound to Maplewood’s cultural pastiche.
"Thomas Eakins in New Jersey” runs through June 27 at the John F. Peto Studio Museum in Island Heights.
Pam Jenoff's 11th novel, The Woman With the Blue Star, was inspired by actual events surrounding Jews who lived in a sewer to avoid the Nazis.