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The results of our 35th Annual Jersey Choice Restaurant Poll are in! Did your favorites make the cut?...
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Our expanded list testifies to the vitality of the Jersey dining scene....
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In his own words, renowned chef Marcus Samuelsson explains why he decided to open his latest restaurant in Brick City....
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The New Brunswick restaurant teams up with two local farms and New Jersey Monthly to mount a dinner presenting September's bounty....
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At the Chalfonte Hotel in Cape May, Lucille Thompson follows in the hallowed footsteps of her sister and mother....
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New Ways to Drink Pink

By | July 5, 2018
Pink had a breakout year as fashion color in 2017, and now mixologists are picking up on it in quite tempting ways. ...
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Drawn to the toil no less than the glamour, Bob Platzer built an $85 million business on pleasing folks like himself....
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Sippers, Your Trail Awaits

By | June 5, 2018
Catch some sun and some suds on these brewery trails....
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Ice Cream By the Roll

By | May 31, 2018
Rolled ice cream is made to order at a growing number of specialty shops around New Jersey. It's also delicious....
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What's the story with all those big cakes and pies you see at New Jersey diners? We asked three longtime owners of popular Jersey diners. ...
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William Heritage Winery in Mullica Hill becomes the first New Jersey winery to put wine in a can: the 2017 William Heritage Dry Rosé, now available in four-packs....
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Pisco: Brandy Latin-Style

By | May 10, 2018
Pisco, an unaged distilled spirit made in Peru and Chile, is the basis for the famous pisco sour cocktail. But pisco is becoming a mixology favorite and is turning up in enticing new cocktails....
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A dive can be old, but it can't be just any old place. It should have a big heart, even if it's small. A dive won't bust your budget. Most of all, you leave wanting to come back....
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Times and tastes change. The state's diners must adapt to an evolving customer base, but some things will always stay the same. ...
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Dispensing coffee, heavy platters and light endearments, the diner waitress works hard for the money but loves the job. ...
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Romance written in chrome and neon at these old school diners....
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Hey, who luvs ya? Who's always happy to see ya and treats ya rights? Jersey's plebeian palaces, the gleaming diners, are a state staple. We've picked 25 of our favorites. ...
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The Garden State was once the world’s leading manufacturer of sleek and shiny diners. Those days are over—but Jersey remains the diner capital of the world....
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Springtime for Bubbly

By | April 16, 2018
Along with spring itself, sparkling cocktails are blooming all over....
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