New Jersey Monthly

We turn to New Jersey Monthly to discover the best restaurants, the latest events, the hidden gems and the most fascinating people in the Garden State.

  • The 16 Best Breweries in New Jersey 2019

    The 16 Best Breweries in New Jersey 2019

    There’s no business like beer business—and it’s booming in New Jersey, which now boasts nearly 100 breweries. Here are the best of the best. The post The 16 Best Breweries in New Jersey 2019...

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  • “City of Champions” Honors Garfield Football Star Benny Babula

    “City of Champions” Honors Garfield Football Star Benny Babula

    Benny Babula was the best football player in Garfield history. Writer Hank Gola's new book "City of Champions" details a 1939 game in which Babula led Garfield High School to victory. The post...

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  • All this can be yours! Make your move to Modera Lofts.

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  • Our Second Annual Top Dog Contest Winner

    Our Second Annual Top Dog Contest Winner

    Here's something to bark about! Nessie, a 1 ½-year-old Nederlandse Kooikerhondje is the winner of our Top Dog Contest. The post Our Second Annual Top Dog Contest Winner appeared first on New...

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  • MAM Yarn Bomb & Fiber Art Exhibit Explore New Territory

    MAM Yarn Bomb & Fiber Art Exhibit Explore New Territory

    New Directions in Fiber Art, now on display in the Montclair Art Museum, celebrates how fibrous material is used to make art. All artists on display either live or work in New Jersey. The post MAM...

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  • The Rosie Report: Boccone South

    The Rosie Report: Boccone South

    The five-year-old South Orange restaurant offers modern Mediterranean and Italian dishes—but their prices can be jarring. The post The Rosie Report: Boccone South appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • Not Your Average Germ: New Jersey Designates a State Microbe

    Not Your Average Germ: New Jersey Designates a State Microbe

    Even the most fervent Jersey boosters have to admit that the Garden State lacks some crucial elements. A new tunnel… Read the rest The post Not Your Average Germ: New Jersey Designates a State...

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  • Total Transformation: Designer Turns Garage into a Dining Room

    Total Transformation: Designer Turns Garage into a Dining Room

    A designer turns her garage into a dining room with houseplants and paintings. She also pairs a modern table with chairs from the late 1800s. The post Total Transformation: Designer Turns Garage...

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  • Carlito’s Barbecue Taqueria Opens in Garden State Plaza

    Carlito’s Barbecue Taqueria Opens in Garden State Plaza

    Plus: Other restaurant openings, closings and updates in Wayne, Saddle River and Haddon Township. The post Carlito’s Barbecue Taqueria Opens in Garden State Plaza appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • Meet the New Brut IPAs

    Meet the New Brut IPAs

    A year ago, brut IPAs were barely on anyone’s radar. Now they’re in the spotlight. The post Meet the New Brut IPAs appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • Refined New American Favorites at the County Seat in Newton

    Refined New American Favorites at the County Seat in Newton

    The atmosphere may need updating, but the food is on par with any fine-dining experience around. The post Refined New American Favorites at the County Seat in Newton appeared first on New Jersey...

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  • A Conversation With Charlamagne Tha God

    A Conversation With Charlamagne Tha God

    Charlamagne Tha God, radio-show personality on "The Breakfast Club," talks about his new book "Shook One," his therapist and living in New Jersey. The post A Conversation With Charlamagne Tha God...

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  • Mark Drabich Answers to ‘Fishmonger,’ Proudly

    Mark Drabich Answers to ‘Fishmonger,’ Proudly

    Mark Drabich, a human boom box, celebrates the 30th anniversary of Metropolitan, his primo seafood market in Lebanon, by talking it up big time. The post Mark Drabich Answers to ‘Fishmonger,’...

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  • Amanti Vino to Host a Pop-Up Cider Pairing Dinner at Villalobos

    Amanti Vino to Host a Pop-Up Cider Pairing Dinner at Villalobos

    Plus: Other wine and food events in Haddon Township, Hoboken, Jersey City and beyond. The post Amanti Vino to Host a Pop-Up Cider Pairing Dinner at Villalobos appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • Caldo Churns Out Hot Sauce for a Cause

    Caldo Churns Out Hot Sauce for a Cause

    The Ferretti family’s company uses local peppers to make dynamite hot sauces, with a portion of proceeds supporting charities such as Elijah's Promise and World Vision. The post Caldo Churns Out...

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  • In Jersey City, a Vegan Cafe For All Palates

    In Jersey City, a Vegan Cafe For All Palates

    After going vegan five years ago, Marcell Portes found that many eateries in Jersey City lacked suitable choices. So last May, he opened his own vegan restaurant, More Life Cafe. The post In...

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  • All this can be yours! Make your move to Modera Lofts.

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  • Unchained at Last Aims to End Child and Forced Marriages

    Unchained at Last Aims to End Child and Forced Marriages

    Fraidy Reiss fled a forced marriage after 12 years of abuse. Now she’s helping hundreds of other victims escape their bonds. The post Unchained at Last Aims to End Child and Forced Marriages...

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  • Celebrating 50 Years of the PATCO Speedline

    Celebrating 50 Years of the PATCO Speedline

    Since operating its first trip on February 15, 1969, the PATCO Speedline has helped transform South Jersey. The post Celebrating 50 Years of the PATCO Speedline appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • Hoboken’s Iconic Schnackenberg’s Luncheonette Closes After 88 Years

    Hoboken’s Iconic Schnackenberg’s Luncheonette Closes After 88 Years

    Plus: Jersey Social in Jersey City, Whitechapel Projects in Long Branch and Koi Asian Fusion Lounge in Brick are now open. The post Hoboken’s Iconic Schnackenberg’s Luncheonette Closes After 88...

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  • 12 Reasons to Love New Jersey History

    12 Reasons to Love New Jersey History

    Let's show some affection for the Garden State's rich history—from the creation of the Jersey jughandle to the birth of the blueberry business and South Jersey’s Underground Railroad. The post 12...

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  • Montclair Brewery Celebrates Black History Month With Special Brews

    Montclair Brewery Celebrates Black History Month With Special Brews

    One of about 50 black-owned breweries in the U.S., Montclair Brewery is pouring new offerings made specifically with Black History Month in mind. The post Montclair Brewery Celebrates Black...

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