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What's Serving at Pete's Place Family Restaurant?

Huge turnout for Pete's Place Winter Break Sing-along with "Jersey Jason," leader of the Jungle Gym Jam and "Miss Nina"  Event promoted by Diva Moms. Credits: Bobbie Peer
Pete's Place Holiday Break Sing-along featured facepainting by Karla Torres. (908)403-8230 or email Credits: Bobbie Peer

Holiday Schedule: Pete's Place will be open until 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 31 and will be CLOSED on Thursday, New Year's Day. 

"Stay Local" Drawing: Your name will be entered into a "Stay Local" Drawing every time you dine at Pete's Place. A winner will be drawn every Tuesday, and announced on the TAP into Berkeley Heights Facebook Page.  When you stay local, our downtown will thrive, and a thriving downtown helps everyone's lot. 

This week's drawing is for a $25 gift certificate to Gabriele Fitness and Performance located at 20 Locust Avenue in Berkeley Heights. 

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The WINNER of  last week's "Stay Local" Drawing  for a $25 gift certificate to Kayla's Creative Art Studio is Stephanie Bakos. (Donated by Kayla's Creative Art Studio located at 629 Springfield Avenue in Berkeley Heights.)

Holiday Vacation Week Sing-along with Jersey Jason and Miss Nina was a family fun success at Pete's Place on Sunday, Dec. 28. The youngest of guests were entertained by the charismatic voices of the entertainers while dancing and shaking their jingle bells and singing-along to the music. The children enjoyed facepainting and a frozen yogurt to boot! Event promoted by Diva Moms. 

"Pete's Killin' Em'" Comedy Show: Saturday, Jan. 10, Jersey Night Live Entertainment presents Pete's 'Killin' Em' Comedy Show produced by Rocco Romeo. Click here for more details.

Live Music Night features "Crisis" on Saturday, Jan. 17. Click here for more details.

Pete's Place Daily Lunch Special: Soup and half sandwich special for $6.49 plus tax. Coffee and fountain drink included.

Pete's Place for Your Catering Needs: Pete's Place has banquet accommodations, offering a wide variety of menu options, but allowing you to create your own unique gathering. From rehearsal dinners and showers to corporate functions, happy hours and children's parties -- Pete's Place party room can accommodate groups from 15 up to 75 people, with two rooms to choose from. Click here for more details and sample menu. 

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Pete's Place Family Restaurant serves a full menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Customers feel as though they are among good friends. It’s not unusual to hear your name remembered out by one of their servers on a busy Sunday morning. On every occasion if you want it, and hungry for something good and different, Pete s Place is the perfect place to go.

Pete's Place entertains ladies' night out, live music nights and caters on and off site. Come by and check out their new Downstairs Lounge. Pete's Place can serve all of your catering needs.

Pete's Place is located at 442 Springfield Avenue, Berkeley Heights. Contact (908)771-9300. 

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