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Pete's Place Family Restaurant Summer Destination Now Serving Boardwalk Style Ice Cream

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Pete's Place, Summer Destination for Family Dining now serving Boardwalk style ice cream.
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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Pete's Place Family Restaurant in Berkeley Heights is the summer dining destination with consistent quality from Chef Paulie and Brian -- serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Since opening Pete's Place, Paulie has kept the menu fresh with a variety of regular and daily specials.  The menu includes  daily specialties of homemade pasta dishes of ravioli, lasagna, and vegetable risotto; chicken parmesan, franchaise and marsala; fish dishes that include salmon, flounder and Pete's Seafood Broccoli Rabe -- just to name a few. He works a rotation of his specials with appetizers, salads and soups. 

Current specials are Penne alla Vodka with Chicken for $9.95 and Ravioli with Marinara for $9.95. (Both served with a side salad.) Mention TAP and receive 20% discount on your first dining experience. (Not to be combined with specials.)

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"The menu prices are reasonable with BYOB. We want our families to come in and enjoy themselves," said Paulie. 

Part of the Pete's Place @ Yogoccino transformation includes the construction of the new "Party Room" in the downstairs space at the restaurant.  The room will be available for parties holding up to 60 guests. All catering will be prepared on-site.  The renovations will be complete by mid-June.  Party reservations are currently being accepted. 

For information or questions about on-site and off-site catering call Pete's Place at (908) 771-9300, located at 442 Springfield Ave., Berkeley Heights.

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