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Food Events in New Jersey

Foodie Things to Do This Weekend and Beyond

THANKSGIVING NOTE: If you’re looking for volunteering opportunities, check out Jersey Bite’s list here! And if you’re thinking of going out to eat or ordering Thanksgiving dinner for your guests, look no further than this recent Jersey Bites post! THIS WEEKEND November 27: Join the Rodriguez family for the Rodriguez Family’s Annual Free Dinner, held at […]

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Foodie Things to Do This Weekend and Beyond

THANKSGIVING NOTE: If you’re looking for volunteering opportunities, check out Jersey Bite’s list here! And if you’re thinking of going out to eat or ordering Thanksgiving dinner for your guests, look no further than this recent Jersey Bites post! THIS WEEKEND November 21: Enjoy the bright lights of the season while supporting a good cause at […]

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Food Events in New Jersey

Foodie Things to Do This Weekend and Beyond

THIS WEEKEND November 15: Howell Farm teaches the basics of bacon, sausage and scrapple making to curious guests. At 11 a.m., guests can learn about the methods of rendering, making pork products, and discerning cuts of pork. Guests can also try pork sandwiches. Admission is $3. Howell Farm, 70 Wooden’s Lane, Lambertville, 609-737-3299. November 15: Relief […]

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Foodie Things to Do This Weekend and Beyond

THIS WEEKEND Every Sunday: iPlay America’s GameTime Bar & Grill hosts a wing-eating contest open to anyone who’s up to the challenge during halftime of both the 1 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. games. Contestants must eat as many wings as possible in two minutes. The winner gets a $25 gift card to the restaurant as well as a […]

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Runa Peruvian Cuisine Opens in Red Bank

When a friend told me about a Peruvian restaurant opening up in Red Bank, I almost fell off my chair with excitement. A Peruvian restaurant? I mean, this is the doorway to eating more exotic cuisines in our own state. We have plenty of Mexican (which I love), a lot of Portguese, Italian, and even […]

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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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Jersey Shore Restaurant Week: Nov. 7 to 16

From its beginnings in 2009, the Jersey Shore Restaurant Week has offered Jersey residents some of the best options in high-quality food for affordable prices. And this year, it expands on that offer with a record number of participating restaurants who will offer reduced prices from Nov. 7 to 16. They have 86 options that […]

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Forks & Corks Coming Nov. 17

JerseyBites is a proud sponsor of Forks & Corks. Reserve your tickets TODAY for the Algonquin Arts Theatre’s second annual Forks & Corks, A Food, Wine and Beer Tasting, at The Mill in Spring Lake Heights, on Monday, November 17, from 6 to 9 p.m. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to sample artful dishes from […]

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A Sneak Peek at Talula’s in Asbury Park

Walking around downtown Asbury Park is an amazing treat. On one of my daily walks when I strolled down Cookman Avenue and saw that there was a pizza place coming in, I immediately started googling who was joining the growing list of eclectic restaurants. Google provided me with all the buzz on Talula’s, which looks […]

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Creole Girl Gala for Ragin’ Cajun’s Tracie Orsi-Godier

Tracie Orsi-Godier of Ragin’ Cajun in Belmar has been a fixture in the Belmar community for the past 21 years. She was there during the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, serving countless meals in Belmar. Orsi-Godier put together “Stone Soup” during that difficult time, putting others first, while putting her business aside until the town had settled and […]

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