Destinations

March 26, 2021

New Jersey Date Night is a series on NJ Flavor by relationship writer Craig Rogers. Spring fever manifests in many ways, including the itch to visit different places. Right now traveling to far-away, exotic locales is still a challenge. Luckily for New Jerseyans, we have so many towns rich in ...

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NEW JERSEY — Raise a glass! Thursday, Feb. 18, is National Drink Wine Day. New Jersey oenophiles have plenty to celebrate, including more than 60 wineries right here in the Garden State. Wine has been made in New Jersey since before the American Revolution, but thanks to changes in state laws ...

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New Jersey Date Night is a series on NJ Flavor by relationship writer Craig Rogers. The holiday season seems a lot different this year. Yes, there’s still merriment (we see the lights from the safe confines of our vehicles) and there’s still joy (we know there’s a smile under the mask). There’s ...

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Wine experts say that fall is prime time for visiting wineries in New Jersey because it is the harvest season, when grapes are ripe on the vine.   Over the years, the Garden State has earned credibility as a quality wine-producing state, in great part due to its fertile soil. If you’re ...

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NEW JERSEY — September is widely recognized as National Honey Month. This month typically marks the end of the honey collection season for beekeepers across the US. You don’t have to be arms deep in a beehive to appreciate the thick, golden stuff that makes everything sweeter. The Garden State ...

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September marks the beginning of apple season in the Garden State, and there’s no better way to celebrate than with a trip to the farm to pick your own. Though it’s usually easy to keep your distance from others in the orchards, because of the COVID-19 pandemic this year, it’s a good idea to go ...

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NEW JERSEY — As New Jersey moves into new phases of reopening after the COVID-19 lockdown, farmers markets are adapting to our new socially distanced “normal.”   In towns across the state, market managers have implemented new business practices to keep both vendors and customers safe. Designated ...

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