Food & Drink

June 26, 2020

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Portions of George and Church streets will be closed starting this afternoon as the city makes room to expand its outdoor dining experience. George Street will be closed between Albany and Church streets, between Church and Paterson streets and between Paterson and Bayard ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Restaurants will be allowed to expand their sidewalk dining areas and use up to half their parking spaces for socially distanced outdoor seating under an executive order signed by Mayor Jim Cahill on Thursday. Also, serving stations and a host podium may be located within an ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – City restaurants are preparing to welcome back customers after three months of pandemic-imposed takeout and delivery service. Now the state has given the OK for outdoor dining to commence on June 15, restaurants are looking forward to serving up lunches, dinners and some ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – City restaurant owners were noticing a dip in diners even before the state on Monday ordered a ban on dine-in services in response to the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19. “It all happened so fast,” said Neil Glass, owner of Harvest Moon Café and Brewery on George Street.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - You can judge for yourself whether the new grape tomato recently unveiled by agricultural experts at Rutgers - intensely sweet, but with a moderate amount of acidity - seems to embody life in New Jersey. What is undeniable is that the Rutgers New Jersey Agriculture Experiment ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — College Ave Café will officially open its doors tomorrow inside the Eva and Arie Halpern Hillel House at 70 College Ave. in the heart of the Rutgers University’s campus. The café will serve a wide variety of kosher cuisine that is both healthy and delicious. Executive Chef ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Although many find it a delicious tradition, deep frying a turkey can be dangerous. According to the National Fire Protection Association, every year deep-fryer fires are responsible for five deaths, 60 injuries, the destruction of 900 homes and more than $15 million in ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Climate change is threatening the world’s food supply and the risk of supply disruptions is expected to grow as temperatures rise, according to a new United Nations report co-authored by Rutgers human ecology professor Pamela McElwee. So, how would we feed everyone if the ...

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