Restaurant News


On April 6, the Annual Art of Chocolate event will be held at the Skylands at Randolph, 792 Route 10, Randolph, to benefit the Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Crisis Center. I will be a judge! 1 to 4 PM; $35. For more information call 908-453-4121 or log on to

Stone House at Stirling Ridge, 50 Stirling Avenue, Warren, is now serving Sunday brunch with live jazz from 11 AM to 3 PM. Menu items include: French toast with caramelized bananas; berries and Grand Marnier; omelets; seafood Cobb salad; roast chicken salad; and sirloin Benedict with grilled asparagus. For reservations call 908-754-0082.
On April 12, enjoy a tasting-style dinner of comfort food along with an open bar at the Blue Jean Ball that will be held at the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, 31 Evans Terminal, Hillside. 7 PM; $200. For tickets call 908-355-3663 ext 245.
It’s not too early to sign up for the bread- and cheese-making classes that will be held from May through October at Bobolink Dairy & Bakeyard, 42 Meadowburn Road, Vernon. Classes begin at 8 AM in the milking barn, where you’ll be introduced to the cows. You’ll then visit the creamery, where the entire cheese-making process will be explained. You’ll also visit the bakery to learn about wood-fired breads, and each student will have an opportunity to do some hands-on baking. A hearty lunch from the oven and cheese cave, along with seasonal treats, is included, as is a pasture walk to visit the cows (weather permitting). The class is $50 per person, including lunch. For more information log on to

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