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Comfort Zone

Comfort Zone

Industry Magazine July 23, 2014 0

Mac Attack Gourmet Cheesery descends on Red Bank and gives an old favorite the diva treatment By Marisa Procopio • Photo by Eric Taylor There’s nothing unusual about a restaurant owner being too busy ...

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Slow, and Ready

Slow, and Ready

Matt Scanlon July 23, 2014 0

After a tough winter, a “slow food Movement”-inspired Gelateria and restaurant in park slope is ready for azione! There are embarrassing but necessary moments in any writer’s career when he or she realizes they’ve ...

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FAMILY RECIPE

FAMILY RECIPE

Industry Magazine July 23, 2014 0

An elm park master cheesemaker chucked the hectic restaurant owner’s life to make food more slowly, teach passionately, and devote time to family By Jennifer Vikse • Photos By Marc Estrella Giuseppe “Joe Mozz” ...

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Kneadful Things

Kneadful Things

Industry Magazine July 23, 2014 0

This duo of self-taught bakers gives Old-World recipes a novel twist By Catherine Gigante-Brown Photos By Winona Barton Ballentine When Erin Patinkin met Agatha Kulaga at a food-focused book club in 2010, neither had ...

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Just Like Home

Just Like Home

Jessica Jones-Gorman July 22, 2014 0

How Manhattan’s Legendary steakhouse continues a 146-yearold tradition in its Atlantic City and Vegas Venues Photos By Premiere Digital When the iconic Old Homestead Steakhouse first opened its doors in the heart of Manhattan’s ...

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Excellent Idea

Excellent Idea

Jessica Jones-Gorman July 15, 2014 0

Photos By Amessé Photography In early 2000, when longtime New Springville resident Wesley Law and his family often found themselves traveling outside of Staten Island to enjoy a quality Japanese dinner, the budding restaurateur ...

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Chits Ahoy!

Chits Ahoy!

Matt Scanlon July 15, 2014 0

The city’s only “New England tavern that floats” survived a rocky launch, and eyes a profitable horizon A late afternoon northern wind was fetching up small pieces of paper and sand and whirling them ...

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Family First (Cake Second)

Family First (Cake Second)

Industry Magazine June 25, 2014 0

Pier Village’s first bakery celebrates its 10th year…and keeps getting sweeter By Marisa Procopio • Photos by Eric Taylor When Italian-born, Long Branch girl Nada Koenigsberg was growing up, family togetherness was a given. ...

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Music Man

Music Man

Jessica Jones-Gorman June 8, 2014 0

A simple search for a place to play his music ultimately brought this little silver entrepreneur to a multi-restaurant empire By Jessica Jones-Gorman • Photos By Eric Taylor It was New Year’s Eve 1986 ...

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The Real Thing

The Real Thing

Industry Magazine June 5, 2014 0

This powder-puff-pink shop pulls no punches when it comes to baking with integrity—and real butter It’s a natural instinct, while at Antoinette Boulangerie in Red Bank, to set all mental faculties to deciding which ...

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Cool As A Cucumber

Cool As A Cucumber

Industry Magazine June 5, 2014 0

How Cucumber Sushi took a new approach to Pan-Asian cuisine, and why Islanders just can’t get enough of it By Taylor Hersh • Photos by Premier Digital Given the slew of high-end, often over-the-top ...

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