Author: Emily Bell

Emily Bell has been writing about really good food and really good drinks, and the really good people who produce all of it, for nearly ten years. Before becoming a food writer, Emily worked at various local delis as a teenager, and so has had the pleasure of both preparing and eating an absurd number of Italian subs and Taylor ham, egg and cheese sandwiches. As a writer—and, most emphatically, as an eater—she loves the "Jersey cornucopia" of regional classics mixed with an incredible variety of cultures and cuisines. And as a proud New Jersey native, she knows there is nothing better than a late night spent poring over a massive diner menu and finally ordering just coffee. And possibly Disco fries.
Plus: Other openings and closings in Sea Isle City, Atlantic City, Hoboken and Haddon Heights.

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Here's seven restaurants where you can find the fleeting wild spring onion.

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Here's where to dine for brunch, lunch or dinner in the Garden State on Easter.

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Last month, the executive chef of Porta won the popular TV culinary competition. Now, he's looking to open a small restaurant in Jersey City that will showcase the West Indian flavors of his parents' native Antigua.

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Plus: Other openings and restaurants in-the-works in Maplewood, Barnegat, Montclair and more.

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Plus: other food and wine events around the state.

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The team talks about how they plan to incorporate CBD products into dishes and drinks at their April 17 dinner.

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Other parts of the state are seeing a revival in neighborhood French dining, but this Bergen County restaurant has been serving chic French meals since 2006.

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Plus: Other restaurant and brewery openings in Haddon Township, Marlboro, Somers Point and beyond.

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Plus: Other events at Crystal Springs and in West Orange.

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