Bonesaw Brewing Co. Expands to Deptford; Other Dining News

Plus: Ridgefield Park gets a cool crepe spot, and Woodbridge welcomes a historic bank-turned-steakhouse.

Assorted beers in glasses
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Bonesaw Pilot House, Deptford

Glassboro’s popular Bonesaw Brewing Co., just down the road from Rowan University, has landed a new location, Bonesaw Pilot House, at the Deptford Mall. Enjoy craft beers accompanied by aircraft decor.
1750 Deptford Center Road Suite 1500; 856-245-7809

Hey Yogurt, Closter & Palisades Park

The Japanese beverage chain in Fort Lee has opened two more Jersey locations. Their yogurt drinks—billed as a healthier, not-too-sweet alternative to boba tea—come in a variety of flavors, including different fruits, red bean, purple rice and Oreo. Four additional statewide spots are in the works.
229 Closter Dock Road, Closter
316 Broad Avenue, Palisades Park

4 Seasons Crepes, Ridgefield Park

This quaint new shop serves up sweet and savory crepes, as well as green juices, bubble waffles, salads, coffees. Also on the menu: surprise boxes to fill with treats and have delivered to loved ones.
190 Main Street

Strickland’s Steakhouse, Woodbridge 

Located in the former—and historic—Woodbridge National Bank, this elegant spot serves decadent steaks and drinks to guests on two floors. Strickland’s uses seasonal ingredients and displays its dry-aged steaks in a vault in the main dining hall.
106 Main Street; 732-510-7913

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