APEM Creamery and Sorbetteria Re-Opens; Other Dining News

Plus: There's a new Cuban restaurant 'round the corner in Bogota, and a BBQ spot is debuting in Atlantic City.

APEM Creamery/Sorbetteria offers a variety of unique flavors. Photo courtesy of APEM Creamery/Sorbetteria

Restaurant Openings:

The Cuban ‘Round the Corner, Bogota

A new Cuban restaurant opened in downtown Bogota, replacing GoFish Seafood. The menu includes breakfast items (breakfast sandwiches, waffles, pancakes), lunch specials every day of the week (smoked ribs, codfish and more), burgers, empanadas, appetizers and family specials. Desserts, including tres leches cakes, are also made in-house. Open Monday-Saturday.
65 W Main Street, Bogota

Seasons 52, Paramus

On April 29, Garden State Plaza is welcoming a brand new grill and wine bar. The menu includes flatbreads, meatballs, seafood, soups, salads and more. An extensive wine list, martinis and cocktails are also offered, and guests can indulge in a happy hour and lunch specials. Open daily from 11 am-10 pm.
1 Garden State Plaza Boulevard (Seasons 52), Paramus; 201-518-1074

APEM Creamery // Sorbetteria, Bloomfield

After a small winter break, Bloomfield’s gelato shop is reopening on April 23. In honor of Earth Day, the husband and wife team of Alex Saneski and Jennifer Ko will accept and match donations to the New Jersey Conservation Foundation through the weekend. The creative flavors include Alex’s PB pie, rainbow cookie, cannoli filling and more, and are made with some ingredients from the owners’ home garden. Open Thursday-Sunday.
870 Broad Street, Bloomfield; 973-666-0438

Wild Honey Smokehouse and Tavern, Atlantic City

This month, The Quarter at Tropicana is debuting a new BBQ restaurant. The menu will include regional BBQ favorites, seafood, and meats, as well as a beer list and cocktails. The space will be 5,000 square feet and focus on “celebrating and elevating classic American comfort food.”
2831 Boardwalk (Tropicana), Atlantic City; 609-340-4000

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