Author: Stan Parish

The Kitchen

April 7, 2014

Amped-up comfort food served in small portions to give the spot a catered-feel.

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Where can you find mobile, wood oven-cooked pizza? Anywhere the Nomad Pizza Truck can be found.

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January 15, 2010

Nearly seven years on, the DePersio family’s pride and joy continues to sparkle.

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Witherspoon Grill

October 30, 2009

When Princeton restaurateur Jack Morrison snapped up a piece of prime real estate on Princeton Library Plaza in 2004 and dropped a substantial sum for the last available liquor license in town, it seemed he had a plan. Turns out, he didn’t. “It took months just to come up with a concept,” he says, laughing. “I like to pick a goal, then figure out the hardest route to get there.”

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July 13, 2009

Maricel Presilla’s Cucharamama (“Mother Spoon”) celebrates traditional South American cooking as lovingly passed down by women at the family hearth.

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May 7, 2009

Zod Arifai serves great food at prices that are simply unfair (to other restaurants that charge more for less).

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Wave Master

May 5, 2009

His knowledge of Jersey waters and his unsurpassed craftsmanship make Brian Wynn the go-to guy for custom surfboards on the Shore.

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January 15, 2009

Three Ryland Inn alumni and their deep-pocketed backer make their case for inclusion in the ranks of the state's finest restaurants.

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Eno Terra

November 20, 2008

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The Montville Inn

August 11, 2008

A $3-million renovation rejuvenates an inn with Revolutionary roots. Chef John Livera’s food—from serious steak to fanciful donuts—might even make Montville a dining destination.

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