Author: Shelby Vittek

Shelby Vittek is the Associate Editor for New Jersey Monthly. After fleeing the state for college, she returned to get her MFA in Creative Writing from Rutgers University—Camden, and has since made peace with the fact that she might actually be a Jersey girl at heart. She loves to eat, drink, and travel, but enjoys reading a good book just as much.

Recent galas and donations benefiting Susan G. Komen North Jersey, Tackle Kids Cancer, the Passaic County Technical Institute and more.

Seen in: Giving Back

In Mount Holly, a coffee shop that brews workplace skills for developmentally disabled adults.

Seen in: Eat & Drink, Jersey Living

Try Division Cafe in Somerville, where there are about half a dozen different varieties of empanadas. While you’re there, try some of the other Latin-American specialties.

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In August, the owners of a popular Philadelphia brunch destination opened a second location in Jersey, expanding to offer savory dishes made with locally-sourced ingredients.

Seen in: Table Hopping

Recent galas and donations benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities, Haddonfield Plays & Players, the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Saint Peter's University and more.

Seen in: Photos: Galas & Giving

Bosphorus is named for the strait that separates Europe and Asia and divides the city of Istanbul. Its Turkish cuisine is itself a bridge.

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Fans of the New Jersey cidery can now get a taste of all their offerings.

Seen in: Table Hopping

Saint Peter's utilizes new model of care for women after c-sections.

Seen in: Health, Top Doctors

How various organizations, physicians and hospitals are making an effort to lower the state’s c-section rate.

Seen in: Health, Top Doctors

Ai Sushi, formerly Shumi, has a new name and is under new ownership, but the restaurant’s focus on exceptional omakase remains the same.

Seen in: Table Hopping

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