Food & Drink

October 12, 2020

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Prestige Diner, a neighborhood favorite restaurant, rolled out a new loyalty program this week, myPrestige, which offers customers a chance to earn rewards with almost every purchase made through the diner's new web-based app, found on their ...

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ -- For those who are looking for some live entertainment nearby, make a reservation now for Sunday Sept. 13, for dinner and a comedy show at Marcellos Italian Ristorante. On the bill that night will be singer Joe De Gennaro, host of the TV show ‘Bringing Italy to You,’ and ...

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Sal Passalacqua, owner of Dimaios Cucina in Berkeley Heights, shared a cell phone video that one of his waiters took of a black bear strolling through their outdoor seating area on Thursday just before dinner service.  The bear traveled through their parking lot, under the tent, through the main ...

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KENILWORTH - Attilio Guarino, owner of Ava's Kitchen & Bar in Kenilworth, says enough is enough and plans to open for indoor dining on Tuesday, September 8.  Nearly all restaurants, with the exception of those who can open two walls for better ventilation, have been banned from serving food ...

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Prestige Diner, having just reopened after suffering a fire in March, is kicking off its return with the "NEW PROVIDENCE SUPPORTS LOCAL BUSINESSES" event, starting Monday, August 31 through the week until September 6th.  Any New Providence shopper with a receipt totaling $50 ...

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BASKING RIDGE, NJ - The new Tapas Bar and Lounge at Fellowship Village is slated for an early fall 2020 completion. The new bar, lounge, and outdoor patio is part of the multi-phase expansion on the 72-acre campus off of Allen Road in Basking Ridge.  The Tapas Bar and Lounge will be an extension ...

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CRANFORD - A Toute Heure, a mainstay restaurant of Cranford since 2007, announced Friday evening that it has permanently closed. A thank you and farewell email was sent to its email subscribers, which read, "We have been blessed and honored to serve our loyal customers and the community of ...

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - It’s been a long 140 days or so since the Big Shutdown in March, and although there have been glimmers of hope and humanity peppered throughout these months, many of us are longing for a reprieve from the pandemic monotony and our normal routines. If part of your regular ...

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