Eat & Drink

Plus: Influencer dream Surreal Creamery lands in Ridgewood, and Cliffside Park welcomes an eclectic bistro. ...
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It's long been one of the most polarizing wines. But winemakers are winning over consumers by bringing out the brighter, crisper side of the grape....
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John Granata, founder of the family-owned Jersey Spirits Distilling Co. in Fairfield, talks local pride and the "liquor capital" of NJ....
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Plus: Luigino’s opens in Montclair, and Lyndhurst’s Nuovo Vesuvio reopens after a devastating fire....
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Sustain & Serve NJ purchases meals from local restaurants that have been hurt by the pandemic, then distributes the food to those in need....
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Plus: Enzo's Restaurant & Pizzeria expands to Morristown, and a Peruvian restaurant opens inside American Dream....
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Don't miss out on these festive confections....
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A guide to sweet and savory holiday meals happening throughout the state....
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Plus: Montclair gets its own Sweetgreen, and Effin’ Egg gears up to make breakfast for Morristown....
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Deep in the South Jersey Pinelands, the eatery quietly marks its four-generation family legacy of caring for all who stop by....
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Plus: The Millburn Deli makes its way to Westfield, and BurgerFi in Cherry Hill shutters after six months....
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"We showed our Park City diners that we’re doing world-class cuisine."...
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Nicknamed Little Poland, this Bergen County town is rich with pierogies, kielbasa and more....
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Little Lima's top restaurants and dishes....
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Argentine cuisine showcases a blend of several cultures....
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When you crave new tastes, head to Bergen County’s Palisades Park for authentic Korean food....
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These dining destinations boast a lively vibe, walkability and, of course, plenty of terrific restaurants....
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Also be sure to check out Chip City in Ridgewood and Cornbread Farm to Soul in Montclair, which is coming soon....
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The negroni is a good way to ease into bitter drinks, says Tania Calabrese, co-owner of Nettie’s House of Spaghetti....
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“Some of our customers say if someone cuts them off on the Parkway, but they have a Rook sticker on their car, it’s all good.”...
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