Just because summer is over doesn’t mean the fun has to stop. Southern New Jersey is an awesome place to live when fall rolls around since numerous communities in the region present a wonderfully diverse collection of fall festivals
The British are coming! The British are coming! (Well, okay, to be precise, it’s a Scotsman. That distinction’s probably especially important this week.)
Late summer, with its abundance of locally sourced ingredients, is perhaps the ultimate time to recognize Italian cookery. Unlike French or Asian cuisines, often technique-oriented, the food of that peninsula nation is generally based on seasonality and availability. In southern New Jersey that means tomatoes, peppers, onions and fruit, all staples of the Italian pantry.
A growing festival scene shows craft beer has finally taken hold in A.C.
Since opening in July 2008 as Atlantic City’s first “boutique” non-casino property, The Chelsea hotel has also cultivated a serious culinary reputation for itself.
On the evening before the latest snowstorm hit the area, Atlantic City Restaurant Week began yesterday (March 2) and continues through March 8. For those you are unaware of this special yearly culinary extravaganza, more than 80 regional restaurants offer special three course menus – appetizer, entrée and dessert – for a fixed price of $33.14 for dinner and $15.14 for lunch plus beverages, tax and tip.
Broadway’s design itself is airy and charming; separate sections for formal seating and a swanky bar plus a pair of round, communal tables suitable for larger groups, one facing out on The Quarter (in the location that had been Red Square).