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 the Community Food Bank of New Jersey, the Fairfield Home & School Association, YWCA Princeton’s Breast Cancer Resource Center and more.

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ALS strikes adults—but young family members are victims, too. Hope Loves Company aims to meet their emotional and educational needs.

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For lunch or dinner, this restaurant offers a range of distinguished Mediterranean dishes.

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Our panel of experts pick their favorite Jersey beers in eight popular styles.

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The dozens of barbecue trophies at Whole Hog Cafe in Cherry Hill reflect the accomplishments of the original in Little Rock, Arkansas, and maybe its two NJ outposts as well.

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The owners of Sona Thirteen redesigned and reopened the place as South Street Social to become worthy exemplars of Morristown’s booming craft beer scene.

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At the Referend in Pennington, James Priest specializes in an age-old technique that yields complex beers that defy expectations.

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Recent galas and donations benefiting the Burn Center at St. Barnabas Medical Center, Schools That Can, the Fund for Cape May and more.

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There’s no business like beer business—and it’s booming in New Jersey, which now boasts nearly 100 breweries. Here are the best of the best.

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Since operating its first trip on February 15, 1969, the PATCO Speedline has helped transform South Jersey.

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