Author: Adam Erace
July 23, 2009
Indeblue in Collingswood does not look like your average Indian tandoor house. Small and snug, with only 31 seats, it retains the shiny-blue and hazmat-orange surfaces of its predecessor, an icy-hip crêperie called 5th Corner.
April 28, 2009
One thing that never flusters a 97-year-old restaurant is a culinary fad. So at Max’s—a handsome tavern founded by German immigrant Joseph Fred Leisinger in 1912—you won’t find sous-vide duck breast, tapas, or powdered olive oil.
March 4, 2009
Is Cherry Hill’s swank new seafood house part of a (gasp) chain? Let’s see.
February 19, 2009
If a restaurant is going to defy conventional wisdom and tuck itself away in some obscure spot, it had better be good.
October 15, 2008
In Japan, everyone eats, drinks, and socializes at casual pubs called izakayas. During a year in Japan, chef Michael Schulson fell in love with izakayas. Now he has created an eye-popping one of his own at the Borgata.
April 10, 2008
Chef Alex Capasso’s Blackbird takes wing on nuanced flavors, playful presentation, and attentive service. Would you like shaved black truffles on your entrée? Just say the word.