Author: Jill P. Capuzzo

Jersey’s original pizza, the Trenton tomato pie, has left the city but is bubbling big time in the ’burbs.

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Take a century of tradition, add local color, a new wave of artisanship and imagination, and what you get just might be Jersey's favorite food.

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After Hurricane Sandy, the restaurateur needed four years to rebuild his Sea Bright restaurant, elevating it a cautionary 14 feet above ground level. Has McLoone elevated the food and service as well as the structure?

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Deep in the Pine Barrens, touring a cranberry farm.

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So admits owner Mike Caracappa That is both a happy statement and a lament. The narrow restaurant has just 32 seats, and lines often form outside.

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16 Hot Towns

September 1, 2017

Looking to buy in a town that's still on the rise? Here are some of Jersey's most desirable markets.

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Established Hoboken restaurateurs Anthony and Liz Pino call their big new stylish restaurant and bar, Porter Collins, “our Don Draper.”

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In spring and summer, traffic on Route 72 in Manahawkin backs up with cars approaching the causeway to Long Beach Island. The Italian restaurant 72 Degrees provides a respite.

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New Jersey's dining scene is booming. Where to begin? Our list of the Best New Restaurants of 2017 will help you discover new, tasty destinations.

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Fromagerie

December 8, 2016

Famous but ill fated, the former hot spot in one of Jersey's toniest towns is revived in a style both neo and retro.

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