Author: Eric Levin

Eric Levin, New Jersey Monthly’s senior editor, is an award-winning photographer whose work has been exhibited in New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts and Texas. His most recent books of photography are Unscheduled Stops (2014), Pink's Peak (2013) and Souls Have Shapes (2011). In Plain Sight, Eric unearths the unexpected in the visual tumult of daily life in New Jersey.
Sam Freund, known for cofounding a funky sandwich joint, opens a stunning restaurant on the very spot where his parents once dated.

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Princeton's restaurant scene is varied and vibrant, from student faves to some of New Jersey's top restaurants. Here's our top picks for where to eat.

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

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Morristown has evolved into one of the state's most vibrant restaurant towns. Here's our top picks for where to eat.

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About 40 percent of all food produced in the United States goes to waste. Jersey chefs and the state are tackling the problem. You can, too, with tasty results.

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Scott Hermo, a longtime fan of Memphis (Bluff City) barbecue, gave his heart, soul and carpentry skills to create Bluff City BBQ in Montclair. The restaurant got off to a fast start, but after two years proved unsustainable, and shut down this week. He talks about his sad decision.

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At a rehearsal of August Wilson's "King Hedley II" at Two River Theater in Red Bank, director Brandon J. Dirden speaks softly and lets Wilson's language soar.

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Osteria Crescendo, in Westwood, will feature Italian street food and, unlike Felice's Viaggio in Wayne, will have a liquor license.

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Ben Pollinger, who won a Michelin star in New York in 2006, finally opens his own restaurant—in his home county.

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