Author: Jenn Hall

Marked by wanderlust and intrigued by the twists and turns that lead people to their passions and pursuits, Jenn Hall writes about food, culture, travel and the spaces in-between. Most often, the anchor for her work is sense of place. Following that muse, she has interviewed everyone from ninth-generation baymen and women along the Jersey Shore to Deb Perelman of Smitten Kitchen and Alice Waters of Chez Panisse (both Jersey girls, originally). Her work has been featured in publications including NPR’s The Salt, Civil Eats, Culture, Time Out, Taste of Home, Paste, Edible Communities and beyond.
Home to one of South Jersey's great restaurant scenes, Collingswood offers an array of dining options. Here are our top picks for where to eat.

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Sahar Soleymani's casual eatery in Haddon Township honors her mother’s Venezuelan roots.

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A riff on a classic seeks to create next-generation magic in Marlton.

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At Dory’s Mediterranean Grill in Medford, most ingredients are imported from Lebanon.

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These rookie standouts bring variety and vivacity to a statewide scene that hits for power and average.

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A global menu pays homage to one chef’s personal history.

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Take Me Down to Funky Cow

December 20, 2019

At Funky Cow in Hammonton, waffles get the sweet and savory treatment.

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Owners Dan Greenberg and Steve Marchel's shared love of smoke brought them together to open the brick-and-mortar spot this fall.

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Founded by three women in 2017, the dual-purpose space in Tuckerton hosts an annual Made on Made holiday market pop-up, featuring goods, gifts, and bites to eat made by local artisans.

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Drawing on their home city of Chengdu as muse, owners PinJun and Dandan Yue have crafted a deep menu of traditional dishes that together express the poetry and complexity of one of China’s eight great cuisines.

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