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.

William Heritage Winery in Mullica Hill becomes the first New Jersey winery to put wine in a can: the 2017 William Heritage Dry Rosé, now available in four-packs.

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20 Dives We Dig

May 9, 2018

A dive can be old, but it can't be just any old place. It should have a big heart, even if it's small. A dive won't bust your budget. Most of all, you leave wanting to come back.

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Plus: Christian Drama School of New Jersey raises more than $21,000 for Hurricane Maria Victims, Carrier Clinic is awarded $9,000 grant for horticultural therapy and more.

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Hey, who luvs ya? Who's always happy to see ya and treats ya rights? Jersey's plebeian palaces, the gleaming diners, are a state staple. We've picked 25 of our favorites.

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At Tender Lovin Grill in Hillsborough, grilled, hand-breaded chicken tenders are the main event, but there’s lots more comfort foods on the menu.

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Find affordable, healthy food options for Fido and Fluffy at any of these NJ shops.

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More pet owners are seeking alternative therapies to treat what ails their pets.

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Plus: The Garden State Cat Club donated funds to cat rescue groups, a pre-Super Bowl party raises over $7,700 for the Chief Arthur Brown Scholarship Foundation and more.

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Cats can have issues—they just can't say so. NJM spoke with veterinarian and behavior therapist Dr. Emily Levine about how to better understand our feline friends.

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Aditya and Ashima Sirpal opened Aroma Indian Bistro in Merchantville last year because there was no Indian restaurant there. They serve North Indian dishes, the distinctive cuisine of the Punjab.

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