13 new must-try North Jersey coffee shops for frothy cappuccino and delicious pastries

Getting a caffeine fix in North Jersey has gotten even easier this year, thanks to the onslaught of coffee shops that have opened in the region. All kinds of coffee shops: Latin coffee joints, French cafes vegan java shops, even a coffee drive-thru. So if you need a cup of frothy cappuccino, a mug of… Continue reading 13 new must-try North Jersey coffee shops for frothy cappuccino and delicious pastries

Outdoor Dining & What to Expect

One of the things that came out of the COVID-19 pandemic was outdoor dining. As simple as the concept is, it brought along optimism for having a social life again. From the warmer months to the colder months, outdoor dining has been something we’ve all enjoyed, and it’s been great for restaurants to continue to serve customers.… Continue reading Outdoor Dining & What to Expect

Bravo! Morristown’s Leia Gaccione gets cooking on new season of ‘Top Chef,’ premiering March 3

The restaurant’s owner and self-styled “chief cook and bottle washer” Leia Gaccione is among 15 culinary wizards from across the country competing for $250,000 in Bravo’s Emmy-winning Top Chef reports MorristownGreen.com.  Season 19, which premieres at 8 pm on March 3, 2022, was recorded in Houston last September. Click here to learn more about Leia and… Continue reading Bravo! Morristown’s Leia Gaccione gets cooking on new season of ‘Top Chef,’ premiering March 3

Playa Bowls Opens New Location In Florham Park

Photo Credit: Contributed Daily Voice Playa Bowl is a smoothie bowl shop that opened Saturday, July 10, 2021. Their location is at 182 Ridgedale Ave. in Florham Park, according to a spokesperson for the franchise. The bowl forms consists of healthy fruits and other “superfoods”. You can choose one of the seven bases to start your… Continue reading Playa Bowls Opens New Location In Florham Park

The 5th Hopped Up Highlands Morristown Scavenger Hunt Pub Crawl

Saturday, October 13th starting at Noon Join us for a pub crawl in Morristown to help protect clean water. TICKETS Explore the 5 pubs with discounts on their finest beers and delicious food. Along the way, you will be hunting for answers to scavenger hunt questions at local businesses for a chance to win prizes.… Continue reading The 5th Hopped Up Highlands Morristown Scavenger Hunt Pub Crawl

Morristown Food Truck Fest presented by Beyer

Saturday, August 25th from 11 AM - 7 PM Tickets Be a part of the 1st Annual Morristown Food Truck Fest! The event will feature lots of food trucks and vendors, as well as games and activities for children. Whether you want to grab a quick snack or bring the whole family and stay for… Continue reading Morristown Food Truck Fest presented by Beyer

Cooking for Canines FUNdraiser

June 3rd at Seasons Olive Oil & Vinegar Taproom! $50 per person, LIMITED TO ONLY 20 SEATS, register today! Discover tasty seasonal vinaigrettes and marinades that will impress your guests and family. Learn about basic tips and tricks, interesting infused oil and vinegar combinations, and enticing accompaniments from chef Natalie Biondi. Using Seasons Taproom’s vinaigrettes… Continue reading Cooking for Canines FUNdraiser

Viewing Party With Baseball Legend Jim Leyritz

Friday, March 30th at 6:30 PM at the Horseshoe Tavern What better way to start baseball season than by having a legend in your midst! Come by this Friday, March 30th at 6:30 to watch New York's Favorite team and get a chance to meet Jim Leyritz at the Ravens Room!

19 Romantic Restaurants For Valentine’s Day Near Morristown

Valentine's Day is almost here and for those who enjoy celebrating with a nice meal out, it's time to start making reservations. Patch has complied a list of 19 romantic restaurants in and around Morris County, ranging from Italian, to Japanese, to a gastropub. Check out what Yelper's had to say about the date night… Continue reading 19 Romantic Restaurants For Valentine’s Day Near Morristown

Low-Stress Holidays: The Art of the Gift Basket

via ApartmentTherapy.com – Growing up, I remember the time leading up to Christmas being weeks that my mother had the makings of her annual gift baskets strewn throughout our infrequently used formal dining room. Baskets or buckets, Carrs crackers, pepper jellies, candied pecans were a few of the items. Oh, and rolls and rolls of cellophane and… Continue reading Low-Stress Holidays: The Art of the Gift Basket