Author: K.T. Harrison

The best restaurants in New Jersey span the state with all types of cuisine, from modern American at 1776 by David Burke in Morristown to French at Faubourg in Montclair.

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Just off I-287, inside the Westin Governor Morris Hotel, chefs Bryan Gregg and Thomas Ciszak churn out dynamic dishes.

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Sumptuous steaks—and sushi—seriously satisfy at this timeless steakhouse.

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The dining experience can be uneven, though several dishes have proved reliably delicious.

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

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Though its name is a nod to history, chef David Burke's latest restaurant is all about bold festivity in the now.

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Two talented young chefs lift local, seasonal American cuisine to new heights.

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This New American restaurant was fading into the background. Then it brought in chef Bryan Gregg.

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Just the sight of a bakery can lift one’s spirits. We did the hard work of visiting and tasting so you can make a beeline for Jersey’s finest.

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Foolproof spots around the state for flaky, fruit-filled gems.

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