Maplewood II Makeover

Since opening as a humble Hammonton tavern in 1945, the Maplewood name has grown to become synonymous with elevated Italian cuisine, served along with, to quote their own legendary roadside signage “The World’s Best Spaghetti.”


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Posted Sep. 12, 2013 | Comments: 0

Brunch Redefined


The well-worn concept of brunch gets fully turned on its axis at a most hospitable locale hereabouts: the iconic Stockton Seaview Resort in Galloway Township, every Sunday afternoon.


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Posted Sep. 4, 2013 | Comments: 0

Dining au Deux


Searching for a place this Valentine’s Day providing excellent food with an ambiance suitable for romance? Read on, I’ll share with you a few of my favorite regional spots for dining au deux.


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Posted Feb. 6, 2013 | Comments: 0

Still Hungover from Phillips Spiked Lunch

Phillips Seafood chef Paul Drew made an appeal to Atlantic City's hungry lushes, hosting a "Spiked Lunch" event and serving six cocktails batched out to complement four courses of soused shellfish, and dessert.

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Posted Aug. 9, 2011 | Comments: 1

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Fifth Dimension
By Frank Gabriel

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.

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Atlantic City Restaurant Week Begins
By Lori Hoffman

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.

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Burgers, Take a Bow!

By Frank Gabriel

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).