In The Spotlight
Philadelphia, PA - Leon Lucas in 1943 purchased a bar and named it Donkey's Place, immediately after his stint as an Olympic light-heavyweight boxer ended, the fighter came straight back to Camden, NJ and started offering up his unique fried steak-and-onion sandwiches on a well-seasoned grill.
Philadelphia, PA - The well-known Cherry Hill, Denim American Bistro is moving to a new location in Haddonfield, in the space formerly occupied by Braise 116. The move will also include a slight name adjustment to Denim BYOB. Sacrificing "Bisto" out of respect for the already established "The Bistro at Haddonfield."
Philadelphia, PA - Freedom Festival, Camden, New Jersey’s Wiggins Waterfront Park celebrates the Fourth with an afternoon of food and patriotic music from a brass band, followed by a concert headlining Boz Scaggs and finishing with over-the-river pyrotechnics that are visible from the Philly side of the Delaware.
Philadelphia, PA - In 2019, Mount Holly will be debuting their very own Farmers Market right in the heart of the Downtown business district. Kicking off on Thursday, June 13, the Mount Holly NJ Farmers Market will be open every Thursday from 3 to 7 p.m. and will run until October 10. The market will be located at the corner of Washington and High Streets in Downtown Mount Holly, NJ (directly across from the Rowan College at Burlington County Mount Holly campus).
Philadelphia, PA - Central Taco & Tequila is the latest and 23rd dining establishment managed by The PJW Restaurant Group, launched in Westmont, NJ. The contemporary Mexican restaurant, situated at 350 Haddon Avenue, represents the dining group’s 4th concept on the same half-mile stretch of the road. Central brings together: P.J. Whelihan’s (700 Haddon Ave., opened 1995); Treno Pizza Bar (231 Haddon Ave., opened 2006); as well as The Pour House (124 Haddon Ave., opened 2007)
South Jersey - Weavers Way is bringing back the much loved holiday pop-up shop filled with accessories, art, ornaments, toys, pottery, plants and even more by independent artisans – 90 percent% of which are produced by Philadelphia regional artist.
New Jersey - In conjunction with Hill Creek Farms, this family-owned and operated endeavor started as a butcher shop. Regardless of whether you're looking for beef, chicken, bison, pork, lamb or veal, Rastelli continues to supply premium meats coming from local farms to your table.