Author: Rosie Saferstein

Rosie Saferstein brought Table Hopping to New Jersey Monthly in 2001 and wrote it through the end of 2016. She now posts her Rosie Report in Table Hopping on the last Friday of each month. Rosie is often asked to participate in food discussion panels and has served as a judge for food competitions, including Ultimate Chef Bergen County and TV's Throw Down! With Bobby Flay.

The ambiance at this Pine Brook steakhouse might not compare to Morton’s or Wolfgang's, but the food and service are just as memorable.

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At this traditional Italian restaurant in Madison, there's no need to rush. Just save room for dessert.

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The low-down on a traditional Italian spot in Harrison and a recent opening in Bloomfield.

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Finding authentic Portuguese cuisine in Newark and a warm welcome in a Japanese restaurant in Livingston.

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MEZZA MEDITERRANEAN, LIVINGSTON Dining room at Mezza We oohed and aahed our way through a totally gratifying dinner at Mezza… Read the rest

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MY MOROCCO AT FALAFEL-LY YOURS, SOUTH ORANGE My Morocco, which has been open for 5 years, is a gem that… Read the rest

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The Rosie Report

March 30, 2018

RUMBA CUBANA, CLIFTON Huge portions, many entrees in the $9 to $10 range and attentive service bring crowds, including large… Read the rest

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DOUGH ARTISAN PIZZERIA, CALDWELL Dough, which has been open since February 2013, is not a bread bakery but a restaurant… Read the rest

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The Rosie Report

January 26, 2018

PUCCIARELLO’S ITALIAN KITCHEN, EAST HANOVER Chef Anthony Pucciarello, who formerly owned Cielo in Fairfield, which we always enjoyed, has opened… Read the rest

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WHITE STAR WARREN STREET, JERSEY CITY Some of the many burger options available at this neighborhood bar/restaurant are named after… Read the rest

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