Author: Adam Erace

Rich in Mexican-American communities, New Jersey abounds in places to enjoy this approachable, affordable and family-friendly cuisine

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At ITA 101, his BYO in Medford, chef Kevin Maher steers clear of spaghetti and meatballs, chicken parm and the like in order to expose diners to Italian regional specialties.

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Many willingly wait for the loaves of Cape May’s Bread Lady.

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These spectacular meals will leave you hooked.

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After a multi-million dollar renovation, Dock’s Oyster House in AC reopened last year. The 105-year-old seafood establishment is still going strong.

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After a dizzying rise and sobering fall, chef Mike Stollenwerk pares down to 26 seats and his affinity for seafood.

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New Jersey's dining scene is booming. Where to begin? Our list of the Best New Restaurants of 2017 will help you discover new, tasty destinations.

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Sax

December 22, 2016

Visiting the Sax restaurant at The Reeds at Shelter Haven hotel in Stone Harbor, there is promise but also some problems, which seem quite solvable.

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Oasis Mexican Grill

October 13, 2016

After the Garcia family left Mexico in the ‘90s, they settled in South Jersey, worked in restaurants, and opened Oasis Mexican Grill in Collingswood.

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Poppi’s Brick Oven

September 8, 2016

Our reviewer calls Poppi's Brick Oven “the best pizza on the Shore from Atlantic City down to Cape May.”

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