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Foodie Things to Do This Weekend and Beyond

THIS WEEKEND November 2: The Creole Girl Gala ~ A Benefit to Support Tracie Orsi-Godier will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. at The Headliner nightclub in Neptune. The event will include a gift auction with items donated from the community. Tickets are $20 and support Traci Orsi-Godier, of Ragin’ Cajun Restaurant in Belmar, as she undergoes treatment with Cancer Treatment Centers of America. Headliner Night Club, 1401 State […]

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Foodie Things to Do This Weekend and Beyond

THIS WEEKEND October 24: Pair wine, cheese, chocolate and companionship at the Ronald McDonald House of Long Branch and New Brunswick’s 5th Annual Wine Tasting. Fifteen distributors will offer 80 wine choices with buffet selections. The event also features a tricky tray auction. Tickets are $80 and benefit the Ronald McDonald House, which provides ill children […]

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EARTH Center Master Gardener Class

Middlesex has found a way to introduce the joys of gardening to the public through a hands-on class that covers a variety of horticulture topics. The EARTH Center Master Gardener Class trains community volunteers in earth-friendly gardening and environment-friendly principles. Held at the center’s headquarters at Davidson Mill Pond Park (42 Riva Ave., South Brunswick), […]

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Le Malt Brings Brown Spirits to Colonia

When opening Le Malt lounge in Colonia, Wine Chateau decided to put a unique twist on the concept. Rather than simply selling wine like most lounges, the establishment focuses on brown spirits – Scotch, bourbon, and Cognac, for starters. With more than 750 brown spirits and more than 100 wines, the locale is ideal for liquor […]

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Foodie Things to Do This Weekend and Beyond

THIS WEEKEND Through August 16: Cherry Hill Township’s first-ever Restaurant Week continues through Saturday, August 16. Guests can enjoy specially selected three-course dinner menus for either $25 or $35 per person. Select restaurants are also offering two-course lunch menus for $15 or $20. Visit here for more information, or follow@CHRestaurantWk on Twitter. Through August 17: Caldwell Restaurant Week continues through Sunday, August […]

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Foodie Things to Do This Weekend and Beyond

Event details are subject to change without notice. Please confirm directly before heading out! THIS WEEKEND: Through August 9: Bloomfield Restaurant Week will take place from August 3 to 9. The week features prix fixe meals of $30 or less for lunch and/or dinner. Participating restaurants will also raffle away gift certificates for guests. For more information […]

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Vegan Indian Cooking at Heirloom Kitchen

Heirloom Kitchen in Old Bridge is a quaint kitchenware shop and culinary center run by mother and daughter team Judy Rosenblum and Neilly Robinson. The shop is lovely and filled with gadgets and wish list items for every cook, but part of Heirloom Kitchen’s attraction is its unique cooking classes, which take place in an immaculate and […]

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“Hey Bartender:” Drinks and a Movie, Anyone?

“The bar is the biggest stage in the world and your audience changes every night.” — Hey Bartender On Sunday, April 13, the State Theatre in New Brunswick will screen award-winning documentary, Hey Bartender, focusing on the role of the bartender and the cocktail in American culture. The movie follows the lives of two individuals […]

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NJ Craft Beer’s Libation Collaboration

New Jersey Craft Beer has been one of the biggest advocates for better beer here in the Garden State since 2010. Their latest project puts an exclamation point on the diversity that makes New Jersey one of the most interesting places to live on the planet. We have a dizzying array of cultures and ethnicities. […]

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BurgerFi Opens in New Brunswick

Some trends are born of necessity. We can debate the essential nature of the great cupcake boom of late or the present-day doughnut domination (of which I, personally, am a big fan). But there’s no denying that both our political and economic culture deeply influence trends in art (which cooking is), and thus our consumption. […]

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