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In July 2015, Park & Orchard was sold to David Madison and Andrew Guarino, who completely renovated the restaurant by… Read the rest

Ten food trucks will gather at Hopewell’s Train station from 5 to 9 PM for the final Foodtruck Friday....
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Chef Todd Villani will be presenting a Food and Friendship dinner with Chef Marc Swierkowski at The James Beard House....
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Joanna Parker's Panda Plates delivers healthy heat-and-serve meals for kids directly to customers' doors....
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There are plenty of reasons Amanti Vino is a Saferstein favorite....
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Jennifer Hill, Miss New Jersey 1994, thanks pageants for the skills to launch her healthy food business. ...
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Plus, other restaurant openings and closings....
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This lovely establishment serves scrumptious food, and left us extremely pleased....
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The event will take place in New Jersey and Delaware, and feature brews from both sides of the river....
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Head to the Bungalow Hotel and Avenue Le Club in Long Branch to experience a taste of the French Riviera on the Jersey Shore....
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Plus other chefs in the news....
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September is filled with sudsy celebrations all across the Garden State....
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The Jersey City outpost will offer a full bar serving craft cocktails and sake....
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Offering burgers, king-sized, gourmet grilled-cheese sandwiches and 50 craft beers, Bonds Tavern is a new addition to the West Orange dining scene....
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At this roaming cocktail-style dinner, attendees will follow a “trail map” through dining and drinking stations and learn about nature conservation in NJ....
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With the world spotlight turning to his native Brazil this summer for the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics, Ilson Goncalves Culinary… Read the rest

Some activities include cooking demonstrations, wine seminars and tastings, a beer tasting ten and more....
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Why mixologists are embracing beer as a key element in the latest cocktails. Drinkers are embracing the new creations, too. ...
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The restaurant is housed in the original 1918 historic stone train station on Princeton’s “Dinky Line” and offers locally sourced, ingredient-driven snacks....
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We found the décor to be colorful, food tasty and service attentive....
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