Vagabond Vittles

“We want to be as different as humanly possible.” Those words, spoken by Elvis Cadavid, co-partner with Tom Harris in Atlantic City’s Vagabond Kitchen and Tap House, do seem to nicely define this venture that the two made their very own.

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Posted Apr. 16, 2014 | Comments: 2

Sweetening the Deal

Each and every spring and summer season, the Borgata manages to develop, nurture and craft exciting new food concepts with which to tantalize local diners and regional visitors alike. This year will see Borgata kick off the summer dining season in a similar fashion with the anticipated grand opening of the Borgata Baking Company on Friday, May 23.

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Posted Apr. 9, 2014 | Comments: 0

Sushi Sure to Please

chef/author Anthony Bourdain admonished readers about hazards of eating seafood on Monday, saying “I never order fish on Monday, unless I’m eating at a four-star restaurant where I know they are buying their fish directly from the source. Azure, chef Alain Allegretti’s two-year-old, terminally pretty restaurant at Revel, turns that thinking on its pointy little head via the recent introduction of a “Sushi Monday” promotion.

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Posted Apr. 2, 2014 | Comments: 0

Wild About Harry’s

Nestled comfortably into the ground floor of Bally’s, Harry’s Oyster Bar and Seafood presents the kind of comfortable, casual Jersey shore eatery one might have encountered decades past.

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Posted Mar. 26, 2014 | Comments: 0

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Somers Point Restaurant Week: Crab Trap
By Lori Hoffman

For the fourth annual Somers Point Restaurant Week, I decided to go to the town’s most popular restaurant while taking advantage of the bargain rates. Can there be any doubt that said restaurant is the Crab Trap, which usually manages to have lines out the door all year ‘round.

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Fall into this Trap
By Frank Gabriel

Wander in through the back door of Somers Point’s iconic Crab Trap seafood restaurant early in the morning and you might be in for a bit of a surprise.


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Sushi by the Seashore

By Frank Gabriel

Ask Henry Zhang, the baby-faced 40-year-old owner of Margate’s midtown restaurant Miyako, to explain the origin of his restaurant’s name and he will quickly tell you “The capital city, like Washington D.C.”
 Go to an online source and the definition becomes broader, drawing from three separate Japanese words: Mi (beautiful) ya (night) ko (child) — making it also a popular name for girls.