Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Taste Trenton cooking up city restaurant tour June 7-9

Designed to showcase the variety of Trenton cuisine, coordinators have devised a small-plate, restaurant-crawl-styled event that offers participants the opportunity to sample special deals at the 20 or more participating restaurants

Princeton Merchants Association: Find passion — and a parking space — in Princeton this summer

The new parking system is designed to keep visitors in town longer and to make parking easy and affordable.

Special meals with an international flair: Blue Bears Special Meals

Eric Wimmer, wearing a starched white shirt with the words “Chef Eric” on it, asks if a guest at his new restaurant in the Princeton Shopping Center wants something...

Catered Affair: Mother & daughter team to expand Princeton Soup & Sandwich catering

The Ruddys remain true to their core business — delicious soups, like everything else in the restaurant, made from scratch

Fairgrown Farm opens on Aunt Molly Road in Hopewell

Alex and James Klett will grow seasonal vegetables using natural methods on their co-op.

5-month bridge closure on Route 518 a bane for Hopewell Borough businesses

Mike Gray had a sense of what was coming before most people did. Gray, of Sourland Cycles in Hopewell Borough, had known for some time that the Hopewell-Rocky Hill Road...

New manager hopes to grow Bordentown City Farmers Market in 2019

Set to return to the Carslake Community Center on Sunday morning, June 2.

Cafe Du Pain aims to bring global goods to Lawrence community

Bakery specializes in a diverse menu of items, like croissants, Haitian Kreyol patties, artisan breads, sandwiches and sweets

My Quate, Bubbakoo’s Burritos bolster Tex-Mex options on Route 33

If you like a big fat burrito for a reasonable price, give Bubbakoo’s a try. Craving authentic south-of-the-border cuisine? My Quate is the better bet.

Four for Friday: where should you have lunch today?

Out-of-the-way spots to make today a different kind of lunch day