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Just across the river from New Brunswick, 418 Burgers slings perfect patties made of chuck, brisket and short rib....
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Our sandwich correspondent visits a Millburn stalwart that has been pleasing people since 1946....
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After winning the popular cooking competition last year, former Porta chef Claude Lewis has stepped out with a place of his own in Jersey City....
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Started in an apartment kitchen in Queens, 2 Chicks with Chocolate has evolved into a full-time business with two Jersey locations that offer handmade sweets, classes, parties and more....
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Local fruit and vegetable expert "Produce Pete" discusses Cupid's favorite berry....
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A riff on a classic seeks to create next-generation magic in Marlton....
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Burnt out from working in high-pressured kitchens, New Brunswick native Jorge Arriola switched gears to open Lokal Coffee Co. in Iselin....
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The Italian restaurant offers a range of specialty pizzas, pastas, and reasonably priced wines and cocktails....
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Plus: Restaurant and brewery news in Hackensack, Barrington and Westmont....
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These spots are offering food and drink specials, platters and more for the big game on Sunday....
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Is malt having a moment? Malt Products Corporation, headquartered in Saddle Brook, says yes....
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The craft beer haven had a chef switch-up last year, but it's still well worth pulling off the highway for....
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