Author: Adam Erace

El Pueblo Taqueria in North Cape May is a foolproof spot for fast-casual favorites.

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Spirit is this Palmyra restaurant's "secret weapon."

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How one family turned a bare-bones Absecon shop into a 32,000-square-foot staple.

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In a former Wildwood Harley-Davidson dealership, Brendan Sciarra opens Mud Hen, a 150-barrel system with an expansive food menu, live music and games. 

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Casey and Jason Simkins, veterans of the Stephen Starr restaurant group, have finally achieved their dream of opening their own restaurant.

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For rewarding food, atmosphere, variety and value, these new restaurants have earned enthusiastic followings.

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That is how chef Rosaria Conti’s skill with dough is described by Paula Giordano, her business partner. It's a just description for Conti’s pizzas and pastas. But he says not all of Valentina’s menu meets that golden standard.

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The new MudHen Brewing Co. in Wildwood is an all-year venue with plenty of dishes to lure the hungry as well as brews to entice the thirsty.

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Louisa’s Café has just 34 seats (up from the original 20, when it opened in 1980), but the reason the BYO is packed is the quality of its seafood.

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Visit Surfing Pig in North Wildwood, and you will swear that owners Bill and Megan Bumbernick can get those critters to do anything, but especially to taste mighty fine in a variety of ‘cues. Yet reasons to visit include terrific crab cakes, prime rib and tropical cocktails.

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