After honing his craft at fine jewelry stores in New York and Los Angeles since 1978, Ali Soleimani decided to open his own store in South Jersey, originally in Ocean City. Then, 32 years ago, Soleimani relocated his Obsessions Jewelers to the Somers Point Plaza. Read more

It wouldn’t be summer without Manco & Manco, the first and last names in pizza since 1956. Stop by its stunning superstore on 9th Street in Ocean City for a legendary slice of pizza or awesome buffalo wings and tenders and enjoy air conditioning, expanded seating and gift shop. This year… Read more

With a lucrative position as a cocktail server at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, Melinda Schriver felt something was missing — a need to spend more time with her three children. After much planning and thought and a “hands on” approach to her new venture, it’s obvious Melinda made the right… Read more

Opened five years ago by restaurateur George Siganos, Casa Taco brings its own unique blend of style and fun to Atlantic City. With weekly DJs and dance parties, daily breakfast and an award-winning tequila bar, Casa Taco definitely lives up to its reputation. Siganos is no stranger to the r… Read more

Did you know ... that Renault Winery is the second oldest continuously operating winery in the United States, that the notorious Nucky Johnson worked at Renault Winery, or that Renault survived Prohibition by legally selling wine? Read more

Margate Dairy Bar & Burger has been the heart of our local community since 1952, serving up delicious ice cream, water ice, milkshakes and other frozen delights. We’re also known for our burgers, fries, hot dogs and waffles, along with our old-fashioned hospitality. We just know you’ll f… Read more

Debbie Capella started Capella’s Oil and Vinegar Store because of her passion for cooking. When Debbie was introduced to olive oil and balsamic vinegar, she learned how exceptional they were, along with the many health benefits they provided. She also learned the difference between quality e… Read more

Andrea and Maria Louisa Palladino left their home in Naples, Italy, to find a new life in America, settling in Brooklyn, N.Y., with their sons Joe, Andrew and Carmine. The boys were always helping out in the kitchen, where Joe developed a love of food from the traditional recipes handed down… Read more