Author: Suzanne Zimmer Lowery

Suzanne Zimmer Lowery is an experienced chef, pastry chef and professional cake decorator. She teaches cooking and baking at Ninety Acres Culinary Center, Classic Thyme, Kings Cooking Studio, the County College of Morris and elsewhere. A graduate of the New School’s New York Restaurant School and Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Communications, Suzanne has been a contributing writer for the Star-Ledger and other regional publications. She's the former author of New Jersey Monthly's Soup to Nuts blog.
In 2017, owner Keith Holmes brought the Long Valley seafood spot back to life in its original home.

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The best time to visit this Randolph BYO are Thursday and Saturday evenings, when the restaurant hosts live musicians.

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The atmosphere may need updating, but the food is on par with any fine-dining experience around.

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Situated across the street from the Newton Theatre, this bar and restaurant offers generous food portions in a charming space.

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Chef Brian Dowling, formerly of Hoboken’s Park and Sixth, has opened an impressive gastropub in Hopatcong.

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The restaurant celebrated its 10th anniversary earlier this year, and now has a new chef making his mark on the hearty, casual menu.

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On the shore of Lake Hopatcong, a lively restaurant atmosphere for dinner, drinking and dancing.

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From the owners of the popular Italian deli, Sergio & Co., a new commitment to authentic and fresh cuisine at this Denville BYO.

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Hackettstown, in rural Warren County, is known largely for its fish hatchery and manufacture of M&Ms. But the food at chef Bill Van Pelt's two-year-old New American restaurant, James on Main, provides more than reason enough to go.

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