Some Favorite Central Jersey Options

August 18, 2014 at 3:19 PM

Greetings from chilly, autumn weather at Stratton Mountain, Vermont.
FYI:It’s not just sweater weather, we’re dressing warmly in cotton, turtle neck shirts,  sweaters, heavier jeans, and of course warm jackets.
We’re also watching the leaves turn into their charming golden colors.

And for those living around Central Jersey, some new and different dining options for the next few weeks.

Enjoy the ambiance that surrounds the outdoor seating area at A Toute Heure in Cranford. A great place to savor a fine meal, guests are  welcome to experience the great outdoors every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday  Give Proprietor Andrea Carbine, or a member of her staff a call, and add your name to the wait list. 908.276.6600.

Come for lunch and sample the sweetest summer fruits that have been featured in Au Toute Heure’s special Fruit Jam Crumble Bars. You’ll also enjoy their other seasonal specials for lunch and dinner.

Last Sunday of the Month Brunch
Circle the “Last Sunday” of each month. Plan to enjoy a great brunch at A Toute Heure. You’ll enjoy every bite! Call for reservations. 908.276.6600.

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at 100 Steps
You’ll love the ambiance at 100 Steps. Located just across the street from A Toute Heure, remember, Oyster Happy Hour takes place at the Raw Bar, Thursday to Saturday from 4 to 5:30 p.m.  Sample a selection of the staff’s favorite oysters and some great Bar Sandwiches. And while you’re thinking about what to order, consider the fact that it’s Lobster Season, and request a delicious Lobster Roll. Enjoy it all on small plates at 100 Steps.                                                                              

Visit their web site:www.localrootscranford.com.

A Toute Heure is located at 232 Centennial Ave., Cranford; 100 Steps is just across the street at 215 Centennial Ave. Call for reservations and information: 908.276.6600.

Dog Days of Summer Tasting at Rosie’s Wine Bar in Garwood
Join the crowd at Rosie’s Wine Bar in Garwood, on Tuesday, August 19 at 7:30 p.m. The staff is featuring their annual Dog Days of Summer Tasting.
The theme:
Chillable Grillable Reds as in Red Wines for drinking with friends during the late summer season.
Along with other selections, featured brews include: Cru Beaujolais, Chinon, Gamacha, and of course, Pinot Noir.  If the weather cooperates, it is expected the event will be held outdoors.
Starting Time: 7:30 p.m. (late comers welcome)
Where: Rosie’s Wine Bar, 514 North Avenue, Garwood
Price:  $25 per person includes cheese & crackers
BONUS:Discount of 15% on all other food ordered by attendees that evening
RSVP: info@rosieswinebar.com or call:
908.518.9463 (WINE)

CRAFT BEER  GARDEN EVENT AT PLEASANTDALE CHATEAU
Wednesday, August 20th
at
6 p.m.
Enjoy a first-of its kind event hosted on the grounds of the Pleasantdale Chateau estate. The event features the perfect pairing of a carefully-curated selection of craft beers and refined-casual cuisine from Chef Robert Albers. Sample all selections, or choose a favorite. Take time to wander the grounds and explore wine pairings. Interact with special guest experts, or simply sit and enjoy the surroundings. With 12 unique brews, plus additional samplings from select Belgian Trappist breweries, as well as a gluten-free, hard apple cider option, for guests who prefer a little something different, there are “offerings” to please every palette.

The evening feaetures a selection of 5 different Menus with carefully crafted drink selections, plus a delicious Dessert of Nectarine Crumble with Maple Whipped Cream. * Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout and Anderson Valley Summer Solstice Seasonal Ale.

Cost: $95 per person, (Inclusive of Tax and Service Charge).
Reservations Required.
Please Call Laura Madden at: 973.731.5600 Ext. 3016
.
And Before We Forget.........................
Circle your calendar and make plans to join friends and family for Westfield Restaurant Week. The delicious excitement begins September 28th.  

Look forward to an entirely new and different Restaurant Week with a variety of exciting options.

We’ll keep you posted. Meanwhile, gather your buddies and make plans to meet Downtown Westfield for an exciting week of good food and great fun.


A MESSAGE FROM MILLICENT
This is the perfect time of year to explore other towns and areas of New Jersey ,and beyond. If you’ve discovered an exciting new restaurant, tavern, or “hole-in-the-wall” that serves great food, please let us know.
Email me at:
Mkbrody@aol.com
I look forward to hearing from you!
Millicent

Millicent K. Brody is an award-winning writer and photographer and a resident of Westfield, New Jersey.  Contact her at Mkbrody@aol.com

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