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Working Dog Winery makes case for N.J.’s place in wine world

Working Dog is a vineyard with 20 acres of grapes, a successful working business to be sure. But it has become much more than that over the years, something akin to a public park.

From concerts and chemistry to ramen and rice, the story behind LAN Ramen and Tiger...

Two Princeton restaurateurs have at least two things in common: career paths that took radical turns and choosing Princeton as the stage for the second act of their professional lives.

TacoRito nearly ready for its Robbinsville Town Center opening

Robbinsville’s restaurant scene is set for a boost when the successful TacoRito restaurant opens a second location in Town Center this spring.

Foxmoor Shopping Center Friendly’s to reopen in mid-April

A new-look Friendly’s restaurant will open its doors to customers at the Robbinsville Foxmoor Shopping Center in mid-April.

Trenton Restaurant 5Oh4 serves up Jamaican, soul food on North Clinton Avenue

Trenton’s culinary scene, and the North Clinton Avenue commercial corridor, are welcoming another business: Restaurant 5Oh4, serving Jamaican food and soul food.

Exploring Mercer County’s newest food trend: ramen

No fewer than five new restaurants have opened in Mercer County the past two months with ramen in their names. Our food reporter Joe Emanski spent some time at a few local ramen restaurants to find out what all the hype is about.

Are Aldi’s discounted prices worth it? We taste-tested 8 products to find out

Are the savings at Aldi worth it? We picked up half a cartful of off-brand items (along with their name-brand counterparts) to see how they stacked up. Here’s what we found.

Shake Shack approved to open Lawrence Township location

The Lawrence Township Planning Board approved a plan Aug. 7 for the construction of a Shake Shack, the popular New York City-based burger chain, on Route 1.

Food for Thought: Salt Creek Grille names new head chef

Salt Creek Grille in Princeton Forrestal Village has named Scott Swiderski as its new executive chef.

Food for Thought: what’s happening around Princeton’s dining scene?

Two Sevens, the much anticipated addition to Jim Nawn’s Princeton restaurant portfolio, opened in mid-December at 277 Witherspoon Street.