Thursday, November 15, 2018

WTF? food truck celebrates 5th anniversary by opening Ewing food stand

After five years of operating the WTF? (Where's The Food?) food truck, owners Tim and Lisa McRae have opened a takeout food stand in their hometown of Ewing.

The Rooted Affair aims for farm-to-table flair

Farm-to-table dining. Health and wellness. Community education. Three of the hottest lifestyle trends in America today. The Rooted Affair is getting in on all of it.

Quiet dining, with images of a bygone era

With murals recovered from the speakeasy era basement bar now gracing the walls of the dining room, the modern day Peacock Inn has a touch of old world dining that is rarely found these days.

Pho for Tony: Remembering Anthony Bourdain

Chef and TV host Anthony Bourdain died last month at the age of 61. Food reporter Joe Emanski reflects on his legacy.

Bring on the bowls, Sweetberry Bowls opens in Princeton

Sweetberry Bowls has opened in Princeton Shopping Center. The purveyor of acai bowls was founded by three health-conscious north Jersey natives in 2017,

Robbinsville Friendly’s celebrates reopening with free milkshakes

Friendly’s is celebrating its grand reopening in the Foxmoor Shopping Center by giving away a year's worth of free Fribbles to the first 50 customers.

Filling up on falafel: a tour of Mercer County’s falafel restaurants

Recently I enlisted a few fellow tasters from the office to make our way to five of the seven in Mercer County in search of the best falafel.

Let’s take this outside: a guide to Princeton’s outdoor dining scene

Outdoor dining spots in Princeton sprout like dandelions in the spring. Some are official, others are created at little places where food and seating come together.

John Mastoris keeps Pat’s Diner and Trenton open 24-7

John Mastoris bought into Pat’s Diner in 2001 and became the sole owner in 2008. The diner has been serving Trenton 24/7 for about 80 years, making it a Trenton landmark.

Food for Thought: Peacock Inn reopens

A group of real estate investors who also own the the Washington Crossing Inn has purchased the Peacock Inn and reopened both the 16-room hotel and its restaurant and bar.