Eat & Drink

The New Brunch

January 15, 2009

Garden State chefs are finding ways to inject new style, variety, and value into an old standby. ...
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Both the language Edwige Fils-Aime grew up with in Haiti and the art of patisserie he learned in New York are second nature now to "The Little Chef." ...
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Getting to Know You

November 19, 2008

Many restaurants across New Jersey are adding community tables. People enjoy the experience of meeting new people....
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Sake To You

October 21, 2008

a list of five types of sake offered at izakaya, the new restaurant in the borgata. the restaurant features 50 sakes, in total. ...
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a list of five types of sake offered at izakaya, the new restaurant in the borgata. the restaurant features 50 sakes, in total. ...
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Dessert In Two Bites

September 26, 2008

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Roxbury Diner

August 28, 2008

NJ Monthly profiles the Roxbury Diner....
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NJ Monthly profiles REO Diner in Woodbridge....
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NJ Monthly profiles Plaza Diner in Edison-www.njmonthly.com...
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Elgin Diner in Bordentown. ...
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WINDMILL (Long Branch) Huge, garlicky, plump, and grilled to just the right snap when you bite, these $3.69 babies are addictive. If you like to load ’em up, ask for a slathering of the homemade chili (30 cents extra)....
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Carmen’s

August 27, 2008

CARMEN’S (Bellmawr) “We haven’t changed the recipe for 40 years,” says Ron Giglio, who owns Carmen’s with his sister, Elaine Braningan. Their parents and uncle developed the original, which Giglio calls a “city hoagie,” referring to South Philly....
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DELORENZO TOMATO PIES (Trenton) Since 1938, the DeLorenzo family has been serving its unsurpassed tomato pies in two Chambersburg locations marked by the long lines of patrons outside. Regulars know the limitations: no salads, no pasta, no bar (it’s BYO), no reservations, no credit cards, no décor. Just soda and pie....
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ARTHUR’S TAVERN (Morris Plains) Step inside on a Friday evening and be enveloped: the happy hubbub of the shoulder-to-shoulder crowd hits you first, then the visual jumble of beer mirrors and pictures covering every inch of wall space and oversized plastic liquor bottles hanging from the ceiling like piñatas....
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Almost anywhere down the Shore it’s easy to drop $20 on a cheesesteak, fries, soda, and a sundae. But just… Read the rest

Gelato Gold

August 13, 2008

Tom Blackwell is a tinkerer. And a perfectionist. “I always want to understand things,” he says. “My neighbors and my… Read the rest

Aaron McCargo Jr. was four years old when the lightbulb first went on, introducing him to the world of cooking.… Read the rest

The 25 Best Restaurants in New Jersey - New Jersey Monthly - Best of NJ...
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Sparkling Solution

July 16, 2008

A Restaurant Goes Green - New Jersey Monthly - Best of NJ...
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Superfrozen Tuna - New Jersey Monthly - Best of NJ...
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