NYC Chicken Spot Comes to Fair Lawn; Other Dining News

Plus: Tony Boloney’s expands to Margate, and the owners of Morristown's Stirling Tavern open a new restaurant in Randolph.

Pieces of grilled chicken
Brine's flavorful chicken undergoes a 36-hour brining process. Photo: Courtesy of Brine


Brine, Fair Lawn

Brine is expanding to New Jersey. Known for their flavorful, brined chicken, the NYC-based restaurant is opening its second location in Fair Lawn. Stop in and try some of their fire-grilled chicken—plus sandwiches, salads and sides.
3110 Promenade Boulevard

Tony Boloney’s, Margate

This popular pizza chain is famous for its gigantic cheese pizza surrounded by tacos and topped with guacamole and sour cream. Other menu items include subs, wings and salads.
9702 Ventnor Avenue; 609-246-7745

Stirling Craft Kitchen, Randolph

The owners of Morristown’s Stirling Tavern have opened a brand-new restaurant in Randolph. Stirling Craft Kitchen offers creative spins on American cuisine. The menu also features an extensive beer, wine and cocktail list.
500 NJ-10; 973-891-1776

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