Author: Pat Tanner

LP Steak

May 19, 2014

A twist on the traditional steak house, LP Steak adopts a down-market hipster style while also paying careful attention to their seafood, sides and starters.

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Pascal & Sabine

May 9, 2014

Asbury Park’s hippest restaurant creators take you on an enchanting culinary ride.

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Yellow Plum

April 23, 2014

Originally offering a small but ambitious New American menu, Yellow Plum has since expanded to include more familiar, price-friendly dishes.

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A talk with former New York Times restaurant critic, now op-ed columnist, Frank Bruni, on teaching food writing at Princeton this semester.

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Ben Cohen of Ben & Jerry’s has called Judy Wicks “one of the most amazing women I have ever met,” one who “continues to blaze new paths on the road to a truly sustainable people-centered economy.” I caught up with Wicks, who will give the keynote address at a Slow Food Northern NJ gathering this Sunday, March 23rd.

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Sunrise, sunset or anytime in between, these waterfront eateries offer a feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds.

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The restaurant at the Papermill Playhouse provides reasonably priced food and efficient service that gets you into your theater seat on time.

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Bistro Seven. Three

December 12, 2013

A modern bistro with global eclectic fare.

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A southern-inspired, new American BYO that boasts local Jersey ingredients and a down-home atmosphere.

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Park Avenue Bar & Grill

August 21, 2013

With five dining areas in a beautifully restored 19th-century brick building, this Union City charmer offers options ranging from upscale, globally influenced, New American fare to a hip bar with a late-night menu to Sunday brunch.

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