Chef David Burke to Open Fourth Restaurant in a Year

Plus: Other openings in Jersey City, Westmont and Hoboken.

Chef David Burke at Red Horse in Rumson


Red Horse by David Burke • Rumson

Opening his fourth restaurant in the past year, chef David Burke will introduce Red Horse on March 24. This modern-American steakhouse comes with an Asian influence, and will be located on the site of the former Fromagerie in Rumson. The restaurant will feature a full-service bar-lounge, a main dining room and sushi bar, and will be open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday. The culinary team at Red Horse includes corporate executive chef and partner Carmine Di Giovanni, executive chef Andrew Riccatelli, corporate pastry chef Stuart Marx, and corporate mixologist Chris James, who will craft a fine-dining menu full of American- and Asian-inspired dishes. Reservations can be made online.

Red Horse by David Burke, 26 Ridge Rd., Rumson

Stack Creamery  Jersey City

This custom ice cream shop in Westwood is expanding to a storefront in Jersey City. Stack is family-owned and -operated, and this will be their second location, where they’ll continue to serve made-from-scratch cookies and brownies, and locally made ice cream. Stack allows its guests to build their own ice cream sandwiches, by first choosing a cookie base (like Peanut Butter Cup or S’Mores) and then an ice cream flavor (with options of Banana Cream Pie, Cannoli, Matcha Green Tea and more). Other delicious treats on the menu include a Donut Ice Cream Sandwich, Ice Cream Pie and Bigwich Ice Cream Cake. No opening date has been announced yet.

Stack Creamery, 465 Central Ave., Jersey City

The Westmont Diner • Westmont

Husband and wife Christos and Eirini Prentzas relocated their diner from Haddon Ave. to Cuthbert Blvd., buying the former location of the Crystal Lake Diner, which had previously closed last year. Though they originally intended to open a second location, the Prentzas have since decided to move their entire business over to the new location, as it contains more space in the kitchen and dining areas. Westmont Diner also opened a new late-night takeout service, My Midnight Café, with a menu of breakfast and finger foods for late-night and early-morning snackers.

The Westmont Diner, 572 W. Cuthbert Blvd., Westmont; 856-854-7900

Yuki’s Bakery and Coffee  Hoboken

A new bakery/coffee shop is opening its first location in Hoboken. Owner Yuki Levinson grew up in Israel, inspired by the organic way her parents and neighbors made things in the kitchen. In opening Yuki’s, Levinson is drawing on that Israeli background as well as her years of baking experience. The menu will include her signature Babkas, Vegan Oat and Date Squares and Quiches, plus items like Za’atar spice and organic tea. All coffee will be supplied by Counter Culture Coffee. Yuki’s is set to open sometime early next week.

Yuki’s Bakery and Coffee, 720 Monroe St., Hoboken; 201-455-6401

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