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My Life in Diners

By Jacqueline Klecak | 01/06/2017
How does one go about designing a diner? Read this story an find out. ...
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Temptations in a Teapot

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/18/2015
At tea time, you can relax, unwind, and savor time spent with family, friends, or yourself, sip by sip....
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Holiday Drinks

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
We’ve all been there. It’s the holiday season and you’re throwing back a few cocktails. One minute you’re chatting with a co-worker and the next you’ve got the proverbial lamp shade on your head....
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‘Round the Clock at the Tick Tock

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
NJ Diner - the Tick Tock Diner in Clifton NJ - New Jersey Monthly, The Best of Jersey...
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The Next Bump After Fresh and Fast

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
With its all-natural meats and gourmet, have-it-your-way burritos, Chipotle Mexican Grill sets out to win Jersey tastebuds and minds....
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Culinary Ports of Call

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
Summertime, and the eatin’ is easy. Fish are jumpin’, and the sweet corn is high. Join us—lobster bib optional....
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Fries Poll: Windmill Rules

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
We asked you who makes the best French fries in NJ. Sports teams should only have fans as loyal as WindMill’s....
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Tim Schafer’s Cuisine

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
Tim Schafer’s Cuisine has been a smash since it opened eleven years ago. Now its namesake has left to open a restaurant in North Carolina, and his sous chef, Fredy Umanzor, and partner, Nestor Bedoya, have bought the restaurant....
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The Bernards Inn

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
A year ago, the venerable Bernards Inn was bought by John Hanson and his family, local residents who also own Station Pub & Grub down the road....
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Ahoy, Maté!

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
Three Jerseyans bet on healthful yerba maté (mah-TAY) as the next green tea....
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Vasanta Bhavan

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
The vibrancy of Central Jersey’s Indian population is one reason this vegetarian chain, which has more than 25 locations in India, opened its first and still-only American franchise here in 2004....
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Hoagie Haven

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
In 1994, Princeton University awarded an honorary Master-Hoagie-Maker degree to Hoagie Haven owner George Angeletopoulos....
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The Little Kraut

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
So Frank Sinatra walked into the Bacchanal Room at Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, and ordered steak au poivre. He was with his daughter, Tina. She wanted a broiled pork chop, but there were no pork chops on the menu....
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Food Fight!

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014

In much of America, the Sloppy Joe is a mess of ground beef in spicy tomato sauce on a bun.… Read the rest

Ted’s On Main

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
Ted Iwachiw could open a restaurant pretty much where he chooses. He cooked at Striped Bass in Philadelphia under executive chef Alison Barshak. He survived the scrutiny of legendary New Orleans restaurateur Ella Brennan....
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Tasty, And You Won’t Get Tipsy

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
In Sober Celebrations, chef Liz Scott takes the booze out of holiday treats—but not the flavor....
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Ryland Redux

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
In partnership with four investors who own hotels overseas, chef Craig Shelton says the Ryland Inn, dormant since a water main break last February, will reopen this spring....
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Sonny’s On The Avenue

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
Like many people in Essex County, Tom Malanga can map his history along Bloomfield Avenue. He grew up in Newark, where it begins its thirteen-mile westward trek, and lives in North Caldwell, not far from where the avenue dissolves into Route 46....
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Is Your Latte Tasting Passe?

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
You might be ready for bubble tea, the frothy, fruity Taiwanese refresher with balls—tapioca pearls, that is....
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