Author: Eric Levin

Eric Levin, New Jersey Monthly’s deputy editor/dining editor, is an award-winning photographer whose work has been exhibited in New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts and Texas. His most recent show, "Vehicular," took place at the Majestic Theater Condominium Gallery in Jersey City in 2019. His books of photography include Vehicular (2016), Unscheduled Stops (2014), Pink's Peak (2013) and Souls Have Shapes (2011).

Goldie’s

January 20, 2014

The concept: “Amazing food without preaching.” Add a sexy space, nice price and cocktails, and you’ll forget it’s vegan.

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Shelton from the Storm

January 8, 2014

Long out of the limelight, chef Craig Shelton marshalls his talent and intellect in a think tank focused on the precarious future of food.

Seen in: Eat & Drink, Health

Cocktail Whisperer” Warren Bobrow offers holiday hangover relief.

Seen in: Books, Eat & Drink

Sneh Mehtani came from New Delhi speaking no English and pioneered upscale Indian dining here. Now she basks in professional honor as her son, Shaun, prepares to take over the family business.

Seen in: Eat & Drink

A young entrepreneur brings his “blue thumb” to the revival of the Jersey oyster, a sustainable crop that cleans the water and, yes, tastes great.

Seen in: Animals, Eat & Drink, Outdoors, Science

Steve Raab and Eric Keating, owners of Local Smoke in Neptune City, will compete in the Atlantic City Smokin' Hot BBQ Championship on October 5 and 6.

Seen in: Jersey Celebrities, Jersey Living

Took my car in for 20,000-mile service yesterday. Last night the dealership emailed me a questionnaire to gauge my satisfaction with the experience. I guess you could say I nitpicked, but not in the way you might expect.

Seen in: From the Editors

Our critics pick from New Jersey's diverse dining scene to bring you 2013's best places to eat in the Garden State.

Seen in: Eat & Drink

Marc Maron's must-hear podcast leads to a book and TV series.

Seen in: Arts & Entertainment, Jersey Living, NJM Q&A

Losing money on golf, Union County bet $17.6 million on a bold plan to turn its decaying 1928 flagship into a state-of-the-art facility. And pulled it off.

Seen in: Jersey Living