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contents

18 24 32

THE ISOLDI CONNECTION DEEP DIVE FOCAL POINTS

HOW SWEET

IT IS!

WHERE TO EAT

RIGHT NOW

BOUNTY

HUNTING

IN THIS ISSUE

ON THE COVER

5 &grain

7 Paragon Tap & Table

8 Akai Sushi Lounge

13 Darby Road Pub

22 Ferraro’s Restaurant

39 Sweet Waters Steak House

6

9

DEPARTMENTS

29 HOMETOWN ROUND UP

35 GUIDE TO DINING OUT

38 CALENDAR

11

IN EVERY ISSUE

4 INTRO

6 ICYMI

14 INSPIRATION

15 INTEL

16 INTERVIEW

14

16 20

#forkyeah

Glorious cheese fries just moments

before being devoured at Clark White

Diamond, as seen on Instagram

courtesy of our buddies over at

@twodopesfromjersey

Who doesn’t love FRYDAY!?

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INTRO

#EatWhereYouLive

westfieldarea

Introducing...

Find More Ways to #LoveWhereYouLive

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#forkyeah

number-1

#EatWhereYouLive

gotta try!

Founder & Creative Director

Nic Malvasio

Frank D. Isoldi

Original logo for this issue by Gabriella Sosnowski of Scotch Plains. Follow @thepapercicada

Local Love

YOU ARE GOING TO LOVE THIS MAG! On behalf of the Founder &

Creative Director and everyone featured in the pages of Westfield Area

magazine, welcome to our premiere issue! It is my honor to help bring

you this new publication.

I have been blessed with a rewarding and successful career in real

estate, a career that I absolutely love because of the towns I serve. My

role as Westfield Area’s Editor-in-Chief and Publisher is an extension of

my adoration of our community. In my new role, I will help fulfill a simple

mission statement: help locals (new and old) continually Find More Ways

to #LoveWhereYouLive.

What does that mean? That means putting our entire Area first. Supporting

our merchants, dining out, shopping in our downtowns, hiring

locals, embracing our diversity and falling in love again and again with

the towns we all hold so near and dear to our hearts.

This is our dining edition; we call it the Local Dish Issue. In it, we have

featured restaurants that have made a splash over the past year. We

journey to our remarkable farmers markets. Have a few cocktails. Chow

down on some of my favorite chops, do a daytime date “night” and recap

what’s new and noteworthy from our impressive local dining scene. Also,

throughout this issue, we have compiled an elite group of local supporters

(our sponsors) who care deeply about our neighborhoods and have

truly helped to make this first edition possible. We sincerely thank them

for all of their support!

Like many of the folks in this magazine, I have called this Area home

my entire life. I have worked here for nearly three decades. But, what

always strikes me about new residents, is how quickly they too become

invested in our towns. That is a tremendous asset and one that is not

missed by our local businesses, organizations and longtime residents.

Let’s tap our shared community spirit, let’s rally around our hometowns

and let’s share what makes our Area the best... and in this issue, so darn

tasty.

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-Frank

Editor-in-Chief & Publisher

Frank D. Isoldi

Editor

Rosemary Schiumo

Columnist

Ellie Mroz

Contributors

Christine Alba

Anna Griffin

Diana Kelly

Sara Liptack

Scot Simpson

Gabriella Sosnowski

Christian Zeron

Chief Spirit Officer!

Meaghan B. Murphy

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you and me

700 north avenue, garwood

for more from &grain jump to page 20


In Case You

Missed It...

-Frank

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ICYMI

#EatWhereYouLive

photo courtesy the Carbines

Houdini Pizza Laboratory

is Making Magic

Houdini-Inspired

Cucina Appears!

The Carbines say goodbye!

ABRACADABRA! Located at 25 South Avenue in

Fanwood, Houdini Pizza Laboratory is a small and authentic

Italian cucina. HPL is the sister restaurant to

Houdini Kitchen Laboratory in Ridgewood, Queens.

Creator & Chef Max Bartoli brings his original recipes

to NJ through a partnership with your friends

at Darby Road Pub. This new venture is close to the

hearts of the two owners of Darby Road as both

Joseph Mortarulo & John Brandli III come from

pizzeria backgrounds.

Harry Houdini had the rare ability to make the impossible

seem effortless. He worked at his craft daily

and to this day, he is the greatest magician of all-time.

Houdini Pizza Laboratory shares that same level of

commitment and have demonstrated they can deliver

Italian staples and reimagined classics with a (seemingly

effortless) wave of a magic wand.

Cranford’s 100 Steps and

A Toute Heure in New Hands

NEXT STEPS. Celebrated local owners Andrea and

Jim Carbine have sold both 100 Steps Supper Club

& Raw Bar and A Toute Heure (ATH) in Centennial

Village to two seperate buyers. The Carbines opened

ATH a decade ago to much critical praise. 100 Steps

opened in 2014.

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photos courtesy @houdinipizzalaboratory

photo photos courtesy @sheelens_crossing

photos courtesy @daisytasteofcuba

Garwood’s Got a

Stellar Food Truck

ORDER UP. Daisy’s Taste of Cuba

brings island dining to a whole new

level. They serve classics like Croquetas

de Jamon and Papa Rellenas, alongside

experimental offerings like Ropa Vieja

Empanadas... and they are all Westfield

bound!

FANWOOD

AIN’T DRY

ANYMORE

THIRSTY FOR A COLD ONE? And in

Fanwood? Well, you’re in luck. The

town is no longer dry thanks to the

opening of Sheelen’s Crossing Pub and

Bistro on South Avenue. They boast

an impressive beer menu and a Bloody

Mary bar that has caught the attention

of many locals. The place was named

for Irishman-Fanwoodian Charles J.

Sheelen Jr., a longtime grocer in town.


I will continue to push every day to make it better for others.

I will give my everything, my passion, time and effort to others to make them better.

I will serve my employees, customers and loved ones everyday,

no strings or expectations, just for the love of what I do.

#nofilter, Chef Eric LeVine

Pride, Passion, Paragon

Lunch, Dinner, Catering, Craft Beer, Wine, Cocktails

Sunday Brunch

77 Central Avenue, Clark, New Jersey

tag us @paragontapandtable


#Sushitime

102 East Broad Street

Downtown Westfield

tag us @akai__lounge

(yes, two underscores)


hot list

By Scot Simpson

Slice Scene is

Piping Hot

NOTHING BEATS A STELLAR PIZZA SLICE.

Here are four hometown slices you just gotta

devour right now. Follow Scott @njpizzaking

for more pizza eating tips.

Di Farina, Westfield

1 Topped with fresh mozzarella,

marinara, parmesan, and

basil this light and crispy pan

slice will have you coming

back for more.

2

3

4

Big Apple, Cranford

A thin crust square slice with

the perfect touch of garlicky

sauce. This granny makes

one mean slice!

Fabio’s, Fanwood

A twist on a classic, the

Upside Down Sicilian slice

features a slab of fresh

mozzarella topped with red

sauce.

Alfonso’s, Scotch Plains

This crunchy Margherita

slice with pesto drizzled

over the top will make your

mouth water.

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ICYMI

#hashtastical

#BestfieldNJ and #CoolerinCranford are trending

locally... #BestfieldNJ is the loveletter hashtag

cooked-up by Chief Spirit Officer, Meaghan B.

Murphy to celebrate Westfield. #CoolerinCranford

was introduced this Summer by Downtown

Cranford. Both have the same mission: support

local businesses and make our towns stronger!

2

PARKLETS debut

in Westfield and

Cranford brining

added space for

al-fresco dining.

numbered

2

MORE HOURS OF

FREE PARKING

were officially

rolled out in

Downtown

Westfield.

2

LOCAL

STAGE HOUSE

TAVERNS

Scotch Plains

location expands

to Mountainside.

life emojified

Addams Tavern Opens

in Westfield!

You know what they say:

good things come to those

to wait. And boy did we

wait for the opening of

Addams Tavern on Elm

Street. More on page 24.

Seasonal Beer Garden

Comes to

Scotch Plains

For the first time ever,

Darby Road Pub hosted

an outdoor Beer Garden

on Friday, Saturday and

Sundays in August!

Let’s hope it returns!

quotables

Charlie’s Famous Italian

Hot Dogs Have Strayed

Established in 1962, and a

darling amongst foodies,

Charlie’s has moved from

Kenilworth to nearby

Route 22 in Union.

“Calories don’t

count on

Sunday”

Sort of questionable

health tip from

@echotapandgrille in

Mountainside

“Come in,

sit down next

to a stranger,

& make a

new friend.”

Suggestion for

communal tabe usage

from @andgrain in

Garwood

“After you

walk the

street fair,

you’re gonna

need a drink.”

Post festival wisdom from

@16Prospect in

Westfield.

“Cheers to

pour

decisions!”

A play on words from

@staghousetavern in

Scotch Plains

Butcher Burgers Says

Goodbye

After rebranding itself

(formerly Amuse) and

re-designing its menu

in 2016, the restaurant

closed its doors this Summer.

Chef C.J. Reycraft,

a local favorite, will be

missed!

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oh the places...

cranfordhotel

Cranford Hotel Restaurant and Pub >

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westfieldarea

Siam Inn >

ICYMI

andgrain

&grain >

About last night...#pretzeltime

pairings_cranfordnj

Pairings >

Chicken PadThai

#LoveWhereYouLive

#EatWhereYouLive

megkmurphy_

River and Rail Cantina >

French Toast stuffed with cream & fresh strawberries,

topped w/ strawberries, shortcake crumbs,

strawberry glaze, & homemade whipped cream

Downtowncranford

Fresh Press Juice Co. >

londrel

Deli King of Clark >

Pork belly time! Extra cheese pls Avocado toast with Himalayan sea salt, lemon

juice, dash of cayenne & olive oil on

gluten free vegan bread.

houdinipizzalaboratory

Houdini Pizza Laboratory >

isfgeorge

Loaded Burgers >

The undisputed king of Jersey delis.

TAGLIETELLE CON AMATRICIANA - San Marzano

tomatoes, onion, pancetta, EVOO,

grana padano shavings.

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Just what I needed right now.

a #loadedburger


roosterspin_nj

Roosterspin >

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suburbaneats

Darby Road Pub >

ferrarosrestaurant

Ferraro’s Restaurant of Westfield >

Hot Stone Brisket Bibimbop with soy ginger sauce

brisket, baby oyster mushroom, shishito pepper,

and TRUFFLE BUTTER!!!

rheewind

Limani Seafood Grill >

Up close and personal with

the mac n cheese burger from Darby!

#suburbaneats #suburbaneatsnj

fromagegrille

Fromage Grillé >

Fresh orecchiette, baby shrimp, Brussels sprouts,

crispy pancetta, roasted garlic,

Chardonnay reduction. #bestpastaever

marifranzetti

Magic Grill >

Summer means watermelon and there’s no better

version than the watermelon, feta and mint salad

at Limani Seafood Grill

twodopesfromjersey

Boulevard Five 72 >

Érable, a deliciously crazy combination of sharp

white cheddar, pure maple syrup and our

homemade pistou (our nut free basil pesto!)

affiliatetip

Spanish Tavern Restaurant >

Magical dumplings!

I used to eat these all the time in China. Finally

found something similar in the States!

peapodscookies

Inspiration Roll Westfield >

Seafood Salad with grilled ahi tuna,

calamari and shrimp!

It’s paella! Sushi burrito... I’m in heaven

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peeps at...

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ICYMI

Here’S to

Dining OUT!

Cheers!!

-Frank

Ferraro’s in WF

“The Dive” in CR

Mara’s in FW

Garwood Rest in GW

Splash of Thai in WF

&grain in Garwood

Addams Tavern in WF

Avenue East in Cranford

Vicki’s Diner in WF

Casa di Pizza in Westfield

16 Prospect in Westfield

Mojave Grill in WF

Blackthorn in Kenilworth

Spanish Tavern in MS

Thirsty Turtle in CR

Bistro 1051 in Clark

Lorenzo’s in GW

Triestina in Cranford

Cosimo’s in Westfield

Stage House Tavern in SP

Mosaico in MS

Xocolatz in WF

Ciao Bello in CR

Sheelen’s in Fanwood

Le Rendez-Vous in KW

Cranford Hotel in CR

100 Steps in Cranford

Cranford Hotel in Cranford

Grill Stone in SP

Siam Inn in Cranford

Akai in Westfield

Limani Seafood Grill in Westfield

Darby Road in Scotch Plains

Bar Americana in Cranford

guide to

abbreviations

CL=Clark

CR=Cranford

FW=Fanwood

GW=Garwood

KW=Kenilworth

MS=Mountainside

SP=Scotch Plains

WF=Westfield

Theresa’s in WF Thailand in Clark Turning Point, WF

Echo Tap in Mountainside

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Sweet Waters Steak House in Westfield

Photos courtesy

Instagram



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INSPIRATION

#EatWhereYouLive

the

skinny

on this feature

photo courtesy Ellie and Mike Mroz

Grillestone

Restaurant

2377 Route 22

Scotch Plains

connect

tag

@grillestone

grillestone.com

photos courtesy Grillstone.com

Give Daytime “Date Nights” a Try

My husband Mike on Route 22 in Scotch Plains. inside, right by the main bar.

and I don’t get Their outdoor patio is one In the cooler months, belly up

to do as much of the best kept secrets in to the bar and watch him work

local dining out the area. Yes, it’s on a major his magic. He’s great!

as we’d like to in the summer highway, but, thanks to clever The Crunchy Spicy Tuna

months, we’re usually down construction and landscaping,

Roll includes fresh cucumber,

the shore with our family on

they’ve done a fab job of which give them an extra

the weekends. But, we don’t making the patio feel secluded crunch and the Blue Moon

let the months go by without a and more like you’re on a hotel

Roll happens to be my favorite

date night--we just don’t do it

roof deck than a concrete roll--possibly of all time! It’s

at night!

oasis mid-commute.

Blue Fin tuna and avocado

We do our best to sneak

Their Happy Hour drink rolled to the perfect size (you

away for a quick drink at a specials are diverse and plentiful

know what I’m talking about,

local happy hour spot at the

(though we don’t typically I can’t deal with the oversized

end of our work days. What’s stray from our go-tos, I’m a rolls that need to be consumed

one of the perks of working wine-girl and Mike’s a tequila-guy).

in an often messy two

together as a husband/wife

Drinks aside, it’s their bites!) with a drizzle of “spe-

team? We decide when the HH food menu that keeps us cial sauce” made with Blue

end of our work days are! ;) coming back. An entire list Moon Belgian White beer.

We have a handful of favorite

of hit-the-spot items for just The picture above is

spots to grab a bite and a $5 beckons. For us, it’s the $4 of Mike and me on, what I

drink before heading home to sushi rolls that win our love thought was a regular happy

our kiddos. In the Summer and (who would have guessed?!

hour outing; however, it

early Fall months, we usually Sushi at Grillestone!). An inhouse

turned out, he called ahead

head straight for Grillestone

sushi chef sets up shop and told them it was our an-

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niversary and they had some

special drinks set up at our

favorite spot. Mike said they

were happy to accommodate

him on his special request.

On one of our earlier trips

to Grillestone, we found out

it’s actually a family-runrestaurant.

I feel like this

adds to the experience. The

bartenders and managers are

friendly, and after just a couple

visits, remembered us and

our favorite menu items.

About the Contributor

Ellie Mroz will be a regular

columinst for Westfield Area

magazine. She and her husband

are the superhero team behind

Michael Robert Construction

and Ellie Mroz Design based in

Westfield.


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#EatWhereYouLive

photo courtesy @thelabfoodtruck

#MountainsideNJ

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1

1

THE LAB IS COMING TO

KENILWORTH

Lab food truck fans can rejoice as

its owner preps a storefront locale.

#KenilworthNJ

#CranfordNJ

photo courtesy facebook.com/ YTBrewery

#FanwoodNJ

#WestfieldNJ

5

#GarwoodNJ

2

4

2

BREWERY OPENING IN

DOWNTOWN CRANFORD

Yale Terrace Brewery will bring

craft goodness to Eastman Street.

#ScotchPlainsNJ

#ClarkNJ

photo courtesy facebook.com/ BovellasPastryShoppe

photo courtesy @jerseycityfishstand

photo courtesy @boxwood_coffee

3

BOVELLA’S IS COMING TO

MOUNTAINSIDE

Westfield’s favorite bakery is opening

a cafe in Mountainside.

4

JERSEY CITY FISHSTAND

COMING TO CRANFORD

The JC favorite’s local branch will

be called Cranford Fish Stand.

5

BOXWOOD COFFEE IS OPENING

LOCATION IN WESTFIELD

Summit shop to take over the spot

formerly filled by Panera Bread.

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INTERVIEW

#EatWhereYouLive

the

skinny

on this feature

Paragon

Tap & Table

77 Central Avenue

Clark

connect

tag

@paragontapandtable

paragonnj.com

Opened in September of 2014

by Chef Eric LeVine, Paragon

Tap & Table has become a

favorite amongst locals and

visitors alike. While eternally busy, he

sat down briefly to answers some questions

for our premiere issue.

Q: What brought you to Clark for your

opening of Paragon Tap & Table?

A: The space was available for some time

and was brought to our attention.

After looking at the local and surrounding

communities, we felt it was a perfect

fit for our gastropub concept. Having the

success of our first place, Morris Tap and

Grill in Randolph, NJ, we felt the time

had come to expand our brand, and this

location was perfect, right of the Parkway

and surround by so many thriving

communities.

Q: What is your most popular dish at

Paragon with customers?

A: That’s a hard one. We have received

awards and top honors in New Jersey

for a few years now for our wings and

burgers, but we do so much more than

that. We change the menu seasonally,

which gives us the opportunity to work

with local farms such as Donaldson

Farms and Fossil Farms here in the state.

During the fall, our roasted acorn squash

is probably our most popular. We serve

that with roasted brussels sprouts,

cranberries, agave-roasted almonds and

corn sauce. During the summer, one of

our most popular appetizers is our poke

tuna. It’s Ahi tuna tossed in a ginger scallion

glaze and served with wasabi slaw

and sriracha dusted avocado served on

grilled tortilla.

Q: What are your favorite dishes at

Paragon and why?

A: All the dishes are like my children and

I love each of them for a different reason.

There is nothing on the menu that I

don’t enjoy. I think the Korean taco has

been on my radar lately, but our roasted

chicken, as simple as it is, is my go-to for

lunch. It’s brined for 48 hours and has so

much flavor to it. Then there’s the deviled

eggs... I can go on and on about the

food, it’s just so much fun to have such

a wide and varied menu, it’s truly hard

to pick one or the other. Our scallops

are locally sourced and served with a

fresh corn risotto, I can eat that every

day of my life! We started a slider and

mac night a couple of months ago and

this gives us the opportunity to play with

some fun comfort food ideas. If you follow

me on Instagram @chefericl, you can

stay on top of the new things we create.

Q: What ingredients are your favorite

to work with?

A: As a cook, I love working with everything.

Every season is different. There is

no one cuisine or style I like better than

another. However, I do enjoy having the

flexibility that my customers give me in

constantly creating new things for them.

We create our desserts in house, even

making our own gelatos and sorbets, so

it’s a constant machine in motion.

Q: Has your time on Food Network

and all of your other TV work kept you

busy?

A: Yes for sure. Having been on Food

Network’s Chopped, Beat Bobby Flay,

Travel Channel’s Food Paradise as well

as Kelly Live, CBS Sunday Morning, NBC,

FOX (...and the list goes on), has given

us more exposure, more opportunities

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photos courtesy Paragon Tap & Table

“As a cook, I love working

with everything. Every

season is different. There

is no one cuisine or style I

like better than another.”

to do some amazing things, but, most

importantly, it has given us the opportunity

to show our customers a great

experience.

Q: What did you learn from your

Chopped experience?

A: The biggest take away for me was

that no matter how hard life can be, no

matter how high the odds are stackedup

against you, we push hard, we hustle

and we never, ever give up. The episode

is called “Prove it on the plate.” Watch it.

You’ll see what I mean.

Q: What dishes are on the menu this

Fall? On tap?

A: We have some pretty amazing new

dishes. I’m playing with a few new

concepts including a few new ramen

ideas. We will feature some of our signature

raviolis including our mushroom

ravioli, butternut squash ravioli and a

new broccoli rabe sausage ravioli. In

addition to the new bowls, we are also

featuring some exciting new seafood

dishes including chili thyme baked cod

with garlic clams, lentils, roasted broccoli,

charred leeks and lemon, as well

as a crispy striped bass with roasted

fennel, tomato, artichoke and brown

rice sauce. We have a new burger that

I am super excited about, it’s called the

MONSTER burger. It’s a double stacked

house triple blend burger topped with

cheddar cheese, house bacon, chorizo,

fried onions, jalapeno slaw and fried egg.

It’s an epic burger for our customers to

enjoy. On the vegan side of our menu,

we are featuring our signature roasted

acorn squash. In addition, we are serving

our version of aloo gobi with naan bread

and a few more vegan dishes, which I am

excited about.

Q: What is your latest cookbook?

Where can someone get it?

A: My most recent cookbook is called

Small Bites, Big Flavor. It’s available on

Amazon and bn.com. My new cookbook

Burgers, Bowls and Jars will be out real

soon. Watch for it this season!

Q: Besides Paragon, what’s one of your

favorite places to dine in the Westfield

Area?

A: That’s a good question. I would like

to dine out locally more often, but I

usually don’t have the time since every

day of the week I am either in Randolph

or Clark. I had a great meal at Publick

House in Mountainside. The food was

great, as was the service. In Cranford, I

had a fantastic meal at A Toute Heure, a

great local farm to table experience.

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THE ISOLDI CONNECTION

HOW SWEET

IT IS!

TIMEOUT DONE RIGHT

IN DOWNTOWN WESTFIELD

Selling the best darn homes in the

Westfield Area ensures that I am

always on the go. And sometimes,

I simply need to call a timeout and

treat myself to a fine meal in Downtown

Westfield. One of my favorites is Sweetwaters

Steak House.

When I step off bustling Elm Street

into the place, I immediately feel the

weight of the day lift off my shoulders.

There is something about Sweet Waters

that makes it supremely relaxing, a

steady hand in an ever-changing world.

It’s an old school, no-apologies, traditional

steakhouse. The ambiance exudes

classic luxury, but it’s not stuffy or pretentious.

It’s a vintage Rolex. Timeless.

And the smells wafting out of the

kitchen are divinely canivorous. You just

know you’re in for a treat.

When you come to Sweet Waters,

indulge and plan to stay for a bit. Turn

away from your phone and remember

this isn’t fast food or grab and go.

Take it from me, in just a few easy

steps you’ll be on your way to a magnificent

timeout...

About the Contribuor

Frank D. Isoldi is a lifelong resident of Westfield

and the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher

of this mag. He also loves selling homes!

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Step 1:

PICK THE RIGHT SEAT

I like any seat that affords me a view out the big picture window in front. Westfield

is always busy and a joy to watch pass by. Seating at the bar is also ideal. I love the

corner, where the bar turns and makes an “L.”


Step 2:

ORDER YOUR

FAVORITE

COCKTAIL

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Aside from the food,

one of the best things

about Sweet Waters is

the staff! I love a seat

at the bar with a glass

of wine or one of their

specialty cocktails.

Step 3:

SELECT YOUR PRIME CUT

the

skinny

on this feature

Sweet Waters

Steak House

43 Elm Street

Westfield

connect

tag

@sweetwatersnj

sweetwaterssteakhouse.com

off the menu

$26 14 oz Pork Chop

$4 Hand Cut Fries

from the bar

$13 The City Car

(Camus VSOP, Cointreau,

Fresh Lemon)

Heaven!

The steaks are fantastic but my favorite, by far, is the pork chop done medium with a

side of sweet potato fries... HEAVEN!

Family Owned.

Sweet Waters Steak

House owners Frank and

Bette DiLollo with their

grandchildren Francesca,

Carina, Mia and Isabella.

....and me!

Step 4:

ENJOY

YOUR

TIMEOUT

Whether I’m

meeting friends

at the bar for a

cocktail or taking

the family for

dinner, I always

feel at home at

Sweet Waters.

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A DINER’S JOURNAL

One & Done

GARWOOD’S &GRAIN OFFERS

ONE-STOP SHOPPING FOR

AREA GOURMANDS

the

skinny

on this feature

&grain

700 North Avenue

Garwood

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andgrain.com

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Recent visit

to &grain on

North Avenue

in Garwood.

off the menu

$6.50 Parfait

$9.95 Cobb Salad

$5 Nitro

$4.50 Latte

Being Green.

&grain is the ONLY

certified Green bakery in

NJ by the Green Restaurant

Association because

of its environmental

accomplishments.

Whether he’s baking fresh

croissants or waxing poetic

about his Stumptown

brew, John Ropelski, the

owner of &grain, is never far from the

heartbeat of his restaurant, ready to

welcome returning customers and teach

new ones all about his philosophy and

his pursuit of quality.

When you eat at &grain, you become

instantly aware of John and his team’s

contagious dedication for quality.

Whether it’s the King Arthur Flour they

use for their bread, the top grade produce

and proteins they source for their

dishes or the Stumptown Coffee that’s

roasted fresh for them weekly in Brooklyn,

it’s impossible to deny their obsession

for perfection .

For a recent lunch, my girlfriend and I

ordered a beautiful parfait and the Cobb

salad. Long story short, a lunch at &grain

will easily override any childhood adversion

to fruit and vegetables. The berries

are explosive and the avocado is straight

from a hipster’s dream.

I ordered their Nitro, a Stumptown

cold brew coffee stored in a high pressure

tank, infused with nitrogen and

poured from a tap--the first of its kind in

Garden State.

I’ll admit it, going in, I was a skeptical.

I know novelties and trends (like cold

brews) rarely live up to their well-crafted

hype, but after actually tasting the Nitro,

I was proven delightfully wrong. It’s

a crispier and simultaneously creamier

cold brew that is not only stronger but,

much more delicious. Oh, and we also ordered

a classic latte and, to no surprise,

it was beautiful and bold.

&grain’s vision is abundantly clear;

they set out to be, and successfully became,

an environment as classic, warm

and beautiful as the meals it delivers.

From great ingredients to maintaining an

environmentally responsible green certfication,

it is one of the most welcoming

restaurants I know, and definitely one

of the first I recommend for both hearty

and light breakfasts, lunches or a strong

cup of coffee to rest beside a laptop.

About the Contribuor

Christian Zeron grew up in Westfield and is

the Founder of vintage watch seller

Theo and Harris. theoandharris.com

@theoandharris

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908-232-1105

Dining, Private Parties, Special Events

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@ferrarosrestaurant


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Garwood, Kenilworth, Mountainside

Scotch Plains and Westfield

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DEEP DIVE

WHERE TO EAT

RIGHT NOW

NEW DINING ESTABLISHMENTS

RAISE THE BAR EVEN HIGHER

“Barbecue’s

unique because

it’s not something

you can just whip

together.”

The Area is teeming with great

restaurants, but three noteworthy

newcomers boast delicious,

finger-licking menus, accessible

locations and friendly founders.

Red White & Que, BBQ Smokehouse

If you’re craving Southern barbecue,

you can satisfy those hankerings with

a short drive to the Red White & Que,

BBQ Smokehouse on 2581 Route 22

West in Scotch Plains. Owners Dan and

Katie Misuraca got the idea for a barbecue

restaurant after hosting huge barbecues

for all their friends in their first

home in Little Ferry, up in Bergen County.

Dan would take care of the meats and

Katie created the side dishes.

“I grew up in Florida, so barbecue

down there is just huge,” says Dan. “It’s

something that I’ve always loved doing.

When we bought our house in Little Ferry

in 2014, Katie bought me a smoker as

a house warming gift for ourselves.”

The couple met while working retail

at Journey’s shoe shore store in Manhattan.

Dan was running the flagship store

for 15 years and became friends with Katie

who worked there for 10 years.

“We were ready to start our own

business and wanted to take a leap. We

love barbecue. We love throwing parties

at our house and we decided, ‘Let’s just

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do this. This is our dream,’” said Katie.

“We found a small place in Kearny (Hudson

County)—only 800 square feet. We

bought a smoker for the inside, and then

we jumped into owning a restaurant,

which we had no experience in before

we started. All of our experience was in

customer service, retail and sales. Our

passion was in barbecue and entertaining.”

So why try to start a barbecue business

in the Garden State? “A barbecue

is something where your friends, neighbors,

family and everyone enjoys a meal

together,” said Dan. “Barbecue’s unique

because it’s not something you can

just whip together. It’s something that

takes a lot of planning, a lot of discipline.

And that’s part of the fun, creating it

16 hours in advance! [He laughs.] And

getting everything prepared and ready.

It’s a unique food, that is really its own

culture. That’s why we chose to go to

barbecue.”

The Kearny restaurant has two big

communal tables, but it’s mainly a takeout

spot.

Dan and Katie were fortunate to have

friendly customers they often chatted

with who were also investors, Ed Danberry

and Ronnie Delucia from Group

One Investments.

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Red White & Que, BBQ Smokehouse

in Scotch Plains is four times

as busy as its original location in

Hudson County.

want to open up more locations,” said

Dan. “We replied, ‘Yes! We would definitely

want to do that.’ Our background

really is in management, and in stores,

and in hiring and training employees,

building a brand and we love that stuff.

So this was such an exciting opportunity,

combine all of that with [our love of barbecue].

Without those guys, we wouldn’t

have been able to open up more restaurants

for a few years. We opened up

more locations within one year.”

“Ed is a disabled Army veteran and

Dan is a Marine veteran who served

from ’92 to ‘96,” said Katie. “So between

the two of them, they always want to

take care of all our military, our veterans,

and they had this military camaraderie

going.”

Danberry lived in Watchung and

scouted the Scotch Plains locations after

driving down Route 22 every day for

work. “We’re still getting to know this

part of New Jersey in a lot of ways,” said

Katie, who grew up in South Jersey. “We

liked the location.”

“The people are just awesome,” said

Katie. “The craziest thing about Scotch

Plains when we first opened—people

were coming up for weeks before we

opened and kept asking, ‘When are you

guys opening?’ They were really ready

for barbecue. Then, when we opened, it

was gangbuster crazy. We thought we

would be twice as busy as our store in

Kearny because Scotch Plains is a bigger

location and has a better view from the

street. This location is more noticeable

and we were four times as busy as the

Kearny location.”

“We opened this year on January

20th and had our grand opening ribbon

cutting ceremony. We had the mayor, Al

Smith, come out and greet a lot of people.

The town has been awesome and so

supportive. And that’s so great as small

business owners. You really need people

in the town to support what you’re

doing, and to be onboard with you. That

makes all the difference in the world,”

said Katie.

Inside the Scotch Plains Red White

and Cue location, they have a communal

table that seats about 18. Outside

there’s a picnic grove area that seats

another 60 people.

“Our 10-foot long smoker is going all

the time and you can see our pitmaster,

John Easterday, a Marine Corps. veteran

who served two combat tours in Iraq,”

says Dan.

“We hire veterans. We want to work

with veterans to do what we can. And

really, they’re a part of our staff and of

our brand,” said Dan.

“You see the Pitmaster taking meat

off, putting meat on, taking meat off,

putting it on and it’s fun to witness the

food being made right in front of you,”

said Katie. “Customers order through

a cashier who guides them through

the menu when you’re ordering by the

pound.”

“Our hosts are well-trained on how

to really help you to create the perfect

amount of food and exactly the kind of

meal you’re looking for, whether you’re

ordering for yourself or for your whole

family,” said Katie. “Then, you watch

them prep your meal right in front of

you—the meat cutter slices the brisket

to order, the pulled pork is hand pulled,

the chicken is hand pulled. A final person

makes sure your order is 100% correct

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Addams Tavern opened in

Westfield last November

after taking over an existing

restaurant and doing an

extensive renovation.

“We created a dramatic,

inviting space for people

to come dine on what is

really a very farm-to-table

focused restaurant.”

before you take a tray to sit down at a

table or take your order to go.”

The Scotch Plains location has a staff

of 45 people working there to handle the

volume of customers.

“We start with top-quality beef. And

we just cook it on low and slow on a dry

smoking heat,” says Dan. Popular items

include the brisket sandwich and ribs

and all come with a side. Katie and Dan

created six homemade sauces and said,

“nothing comes out of a can.”

If you’re looking to try something

new, the Scotch Plains location has gator

sausage (yes, alligator!) and wild boar

ribs.

Addams Tavern

You’ve probably already heard that

Charles Addams, creator of The Addams

Family, was one Westfield’s most famous

former residents. Whether you’re an

Addams Family fan or not, you’ll appreciate

the new Harvest Restaurant Group’s

Addams Tavern, which features some

artistic tributes to Addams’ creator, like

a portrait of Charles Addams by artist

John Delade. The restaurant opened in

Westfield last November after taking

over an existing restaurant and doing an

extensive renovation.

“We created a dramatic, inviting

space for people to come dine on what

is really a very farm-to-table focused

restaurant. We’re sourcing a lot of product,

as much product as we can, locally,”

said Grant Halliday, Director of Operations,

Harvest Restaurants. He said it

took about two years from concept to

completion in November 2016.

Addams Tavern is Harvest Restaurants’

11th restaurant, said Halliday.

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“We look for communities that are

vibrant and are approachable from

multiple towns surrounding the community,

so it’s easy to get to. We have

two restaurants in Summit and we were

seeing a lot of people coming up from

Westfield, Cranford, Scotch Plains and

the surrounding community. We targeted

this area for quite some time, but it

took us a while to find the right property.

Downtown Westfield is very vibrant. It’s

a walk-around town with a great movie

theater, great shopping, and a lot of national

retailers. It was a town we really

wanted to become part of,” said Halliday.

The Saturday and Sunday brunch and

lunch crowd features a lot of walk-in

business, he said.

“We wanted the menu to be approachable

to a large audience. You can

dine in this restaurant a lot of different


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Mr. Bin Sushi & Grill opened in April of 2016 in Downtown Cranford.

ways so it’s a beautiful space, really built

on being able to dine casual or a little

more extensive if you want. We’re casting

a big net.”

“We took our time opening the

restaurant because we wanted to do

it right, and we love the community of

Westfield. In fact, Chef Nick DeRosa

grew up in Westfield. So now, he’s a

hometown hero,” said Halliday.

Chef DeRosa started working with

Harvest at Roots Steakhouse in Summit

about six years ago and was there for

three years before working at Huntley

Taverne in Summit. “There, I just absolutely

fell in love with the farm-to-table

movement, buying responsibly, and just

creating a menu every day. And it’s a

natural progression for me to go to Addams,

I think, and to just continue what

we were doing at Huntley,” Chef DeRosa

said.

“We get three farm deliveries a day

and we get fresh fish every single day

coming out of Asbury Park. So there’s a

lot of small things that have to change

on the menu, whether it be what type of

lettuce we’re using, or a different type

of tomato or onion. Or, if we have fresh

zucchini, we want to feature that as a

center-of-the-plate item. We change the

menu a little bit every day and print it

daily. I add anywhere from three to four

different items each day. That keeps it

fresh all the time,” Chef DeRosa said.

Addams Tavern still has its staples

you can enjoy daily: avocado toast, tuna

tartare, chicken wings, Romaine Caesar

salad, halibut, fried chicken, filet mignon.

Chef DeRosa says they have 20 small

plates on the menu and 10 of them

rotate on a weekly basis. Proteins rotate

in and out of the menu, such as different

pork dishes or various local fish, be it

snapper, bass, or scallops, he said.

“The coolest part about our kitchen is

that we have open fire, Argentinian grills

that are operating a pulley system,” said

Chef DeRosa. You can watch the chefs

work in the kitchen through a window

while they grill your meal. “Our goal as a

team is to touch at least one ingredient

from every dish onto that grill, whether

it be slow-smoking a fruit to make a

vinaigrette for a salad, or grilling lettuce,

or the fish is going on the grill, or a pork

chop is being grilled. That is really the

engine of our menu, from the brunch/

lunch to the dinner menu. It’s nice to

have that focus but we still make classics,”

said Chef DeRosa.

“This summer I had a lot of success

with vegetables being the center of

the plate items for appetizers. We do

a whole grilled eggplant, slowly smoke

it over the coals for three hours until it

gets super tender. And it’s just a play on

a fresh eggplant Parmesan with a fresh

tomato salad and melted mozzarella and

fresh basil,” said Chef DeRosa.

Make sure you leave room for dessert

at Addams Tavern. Their dessert menu

is created by classically trained pastry

chef Lauren Christiana. The Chocolate

Midnight Cake is a must-try three-layer

cake soaked with a little bit of rum, sea

salt and caramel and served with the

grass-fed milk.

If you’re making a reservation for a

Friday or Saturday night dinner at Addams,

Halliday recommends you do it at

least a week in advance. The bar is also

a fun place to grab a bite and drink before

embarking on your evening plans. It

seats about 26 patrons.

Addams has about 165 seats between

the two floors. They can host events or

private parties in two rooms that can

seat either 35 or about 50 people.

“It’s the largest bar in Westfield and

it’s a big focal point as you walk in the

room. It’s really been a meeting place for

the people in Westfield, which is nice to

help get us anchored in the community,”

Halliday said.

Mr. Bin Sushi & Grill

Yong Bin Liu opened his first restaurant

in Ohio in 2005 with then-girlfriend,

now wife, Lin. Mr. Bin, who is Chinese,

was working in a sushi restaurant at the

time and Lin was working in a Chinese

restaurant. The Ohio restaurant is Hibachi

Master and Mr. Bin’s brother is still

running it. The sushi chef later came to

work in Mr. Bin’s New Jersey restaurant.

Although he loved the Ohio community,

Mr. Bin and his wife returned back to the

New Jersey/New York area to be closer

to his parents and sister. His friends lived

in Cranford and showed Mr. Bin and his

family around New Jersey to help them

get an idea of a place to open a new

restaurant.

“I did a lot of research while looking

for space to rent. I liked that this location

was close to my friends’ home, it has a

lot of parking spaces and the people in

Cranford are very nice!” said Mr. Bin.

When he chose Downtown, Mr. Bin

decided he would sell the best quality

foods he could get his hands on and offer

exemplary service.

Business was slow when Mr. Bin Sushi

& Grill opened in April 2016. But the

owner wasn’t concerned. “Everything

takes time to build up. People don’t

know about your quality or how your

restaurant is until they eat there and try

your food. You need to build relationships

with customers and have people

trust you,” said Mr. Bin. Once they did,

Mr. Bin’s popularity grew tremendously.

His secret to success: his chefs. One

of the sushi chefs is his friend from Ohio,

David. Mr. Q is the other sushi chef you’ll

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“If someone asks,

‘Can you make me

lobster sashimi?’ call

ahead and give me a

few days, I’ll go shop

that lobster for you

and prepare it so you

have what you want.”

the

skinny

on this feature

Red, White

& Que

Smokehouse

2581 Route 22

Scotch Plains

& other locations

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@redwhiteandquesmokehouse

see working behind the sushi bar. “Hiring

someone I knew well was so important.

I know my chefs’ personalities and that

they make good quality food for my customers

and me,” said Mr. Bin.

It is not just important to Mr. Bin to

ensure he is using the highest quality fish

and everything is fresh; he also aims to

satisfy his customers’ requests by adding

new foods to the menu. He’s jumped on

the trend of poke bowls, creates inventive

items like salmon sushi pizza (using

sushi ingredients and rice paper)... and

added a sushi burrito to the menu.

“If someone asks, ‘Can you make me

lobster sashimi?’ call ahead and give me

a few days, I’ll go shop that lobster for

you and prepare it so you have what you

want,” said Mr. Bin. “We have a lot of

great customers and I want to make them

happy,” said Mr. Bin. The menu has plenty

of traditional sushi favorites, like spicy

tuna rolls and a ton of special rolls.

“I’m from China; I like noodles and I

know how to make good noodles now,”

said Mr. Bin. Now he makes Pad Thai

Noodles. They have teriyaki, tempura,

and plenty of hibachi grill meals with filet

mignon, chicken and scallops. The steak

dishes are some of Mr. Bin’s personal

favorites.

Sea urchins from California have

become so popular that the item is often

sold out.

The sushi bar seats about 10 to 15

people and the main restaurant area

seats about 30 people. Mr. Bin will take

reservations if you have a party you’d

like to host outside for about 10 to 13

people. Inside, there’s faster rotation of

the tables. You can also order for delivery

if you live within about 10 minutes of the

restaurant, or, place an order for pickup.

While “sushi” and “family friendly”

might not be phrases that belong in the

same sentence in many households, Mr.

Bin aims to make sure your entire family

has a great experience and the menu is

individualized to suit little ones’ needs.

He has two girls and knows how important

it is for parents to be able to customize

foods so they aren’t too spicy for

children or to ensure they’ll want to eat

what’s in front of them. Did we mention

there’s hibachi? Banzai!

About the Contribuor

Diana Kelly grew up in the Garden State and

is a writer who has been featured in ESPN,

Bloomberg Businessweek, Reader’s Digest,

Men’s Health, Prevention, SELF, Latina and

Rutgers Alumni magazines.

redwhiteandquesmokehouse.com

Addams

Tavern

700 North Avenue

Westfield

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@theaddamstavern

addamstavern.com

Mr. Bin

Sushi & Grill

123 N. Union Avenue

Cranford

connect

@mr.bin_sushi_cranford_

mrbin123.com

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HOMETOWN

ROUND UP

Chez Catherine

Jungle Juice

Create Cranford

Clark

Chamber of Commerce

The Clark Chamber of Commerce

had a very productive

summer with a huge surge in new

events as well as new members.

The Chamber organized and

hosted its first golf event in June.

It was a phenomenal success and

raised money for scholarship for

high school students in Clark.

They plan to make it an annual

event.

The Chamber has incorporated

a highly popular professional

development segment into our

monthly meetings. Members can

take advantage of this resource

to hone and sharpen professional

skills.

Some new members to join the

Clark Chamber over this summer

include L’Oreal, Hyatt Hills

Golf Course and LPL Financial

amongst others.

The Chamber continues to

work closely with Mayor Sal

Bonaccorso to provide valuable

services to the businesses in the

township.

Clark Chamber monthly

meetings are held on the fourth

Wednesday of each month, and

are regularly attended by the

town Business Administrator,

Mr. John Laezza and Police Chief

Pedro Matos.

The Clark Chamber is an

affiliate of the Gateway Regional

Chamber of Commerce. Gateway

has 1,200 members across Central

and Northern New Jersey.

As a reminder, joining the Clark

Chamber will automatically grant

you membership to all of Gateway’s

other affiliate Chambers

and networking associations at

no extra cost. You join many organizations

for the price of one!

For more information contact

Bidisa Rai at 908-352-0900, ext

113 or BidisaRai@gatewaychamber.com.

Cranford Area

Chamber of Commerce

The Chamber is celebrating

our 73rd Anniversary!

We play a vital role with

the Township and businesses

throughout the area. Our programs

include monthly networking

events, spring and fall festivals,

holiday events, a golf outing,

scholarship programs, custom

car shows and Pride in Cranford

Awards night. The Chamber also

serves as an information center

for the Township. Stop by!

Call the Chamber 908-272-

6114 for more information or go

to cranford.com/chamber

Cranford Downtown

Business & Economic

Development Office

Summer brought so many people

outside to enjoy dining, shopping

and strolling Downtown.

In fact, our Office encourages

you to leave your car home

this Fall and take a walk downtown–it’s

good for you and free!

Besides, you may just discover

something new. Let our bright

blue banners be your guide to

Walk, Shop, Talk, Dine, Sit and

Enjoy!

We officially kicked off our

#CoolerinCranford promotional

campaign. Watch for updates on

social media.

In the past year, we welcomed

Playa Bowls, Nature’s Salt Cave

& Float Pod, Posh Hair Lounge,

Elegance Nails IV, Milan’s Hair

& Makeup Studiom, Fish Stand

in Cranford, Jungle Juice, Yale

Terrace Brewery, Oriental Eden

Day Spa, A La Mode Creamery

and Create Cranford.

And, some business owners

decided to expand or move to

new, larger spaces including Cake

Artist Café/Dinner in a Pinch,

Styles Street, Track 5 Coffee,

Sub-Ology, Ana’s Studio 24 and

Sofi’s Color Lounge.

The interest in Downtown

Cranford is strong and the continued

investments and confidence

in Cranford are encouraging.

Downtown Cranford continues

to grow as a vibrant place

with people shopping, going out

to eat and visiting from many

other towns.

We’re glad to see growing

support for local businesses and

appreciation that they are an

important part of our community.

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The next time you are at a local

business, stop in and say “thanks”

for supporting our schools, teams,

organizations, clubs and charities

throughout the year.

Upcoming events include the

popular Scarecrow Stroll, now in

its 10th year.

Enjoy the season and we’ll see

you downtown!

Downtown Westfield

Corporation

It was a busy season at the Downtown

Westfield Corporation. The

Sweet Sounds Downtown Jazz

Festival was a huge hit yet again!

The 16th annual Downtown

Westfield 5K & Pizza Extravaganza

took place July 26. The 5K,

one of the largest non-corporate

5K races in the state, attracts

more than 2,200 runners and

more than 6,000 spectators for

an evening of running, pizza,

prizes, DJ entertainment and live

music by Michael Craig Band &

FOG. We would like to thank the

runners, sponsors and spectators!

Thank you to Presenting

Sponsor Horizon Blue Cross Blue

Shield of New Jersey and Platinum

Sponsor Trinitas Regional

Medical Center.

We welcomed Hand Picked,

Midtown Authentic, Blende

Custom Beauty, Nails Spa & Beyond,

Little Nest Portraits, DIRT

and Westfield Creamery

Boxwood Coffee Roastery

is taking over143 E. Broad St. (in

the location formerly Panera).

Boxwood Coffee is a family run

coffee shop and roaster based in

Summit, NJ established in 2014

by husband and wife team Stephen

and Erin Bellamy.

Raritan Valley Gyrotonic,

the only gyrotonic studio in New

Jersey which offers the Gyrotonic

Expansion System, expanded and

relocated to 100 Elmer St.

Golden Age Fretted Instruments

moved to its new location

at 266 E. Broad Street in the historic

Carnegie Library building.

Xocolatz is busy with plans to

completely renovate their restaurant

on Elmer Street.

The Westfield Town Council

approved an increase in the

number of hours of free parking

downtown and the creation of

free ‘express spaces’ for people

parking for 15 minutes or less at

its June 20 meeting.

Our dedicated Westfield

DPW crew implemented Westfield’s

first seasonal parklet on

Elm Street in front of Theresa’s

and Sweet Waters. Parklets are

extensions of the sidewalk from

the curb into the street: they are

installations of public seating,

art, plants and other elements,

typically located in one or more

parking spots and protected from

traffic.

Jack Rabbit Westfield is the

new name of the Running Company

at 123 Quimby St. Leo Charles

Salon has opened at 105 Prospect

St. Madeline Moss home

furnishings and decorating has

returned in a new larger space at

264 E. Broad St. Roosterspin has

expanded to a second location

in New Brunswick, NJ. Re/Max

expanded to 137 Elmer St.

The Rialto Theatre is now

part of New Vision Theatres.

They tell us they are 100% committed

to keeping the Rialto our

community theater and making

local enterntainment enjoyable.

After 27 years at the same

location, Adlers Jewelers has

expanded to a larger space right

next door at 217 North Ave!

Morano Gelato is now open

at 116 Elm St., they serves fresh

gelato, sorbet, and granita, plus

espresso and Italian hot chocolate.

Chez Catherine has new owners.

Former maître d’hôtel, now

restauranteur Stephan Bocket

and his business partner Michael

Cowan recently purchased the

renowned restaurant and have

invigorated this Westfield staple

with beautiful renovations, new

menus and a fresh staff headed

by Executive Chef Christine

Migton. They also now offer wine

dinners and classes for up to 20

people.

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Also, hope everyone enjoyed

the beautiful hanging baskets

of flowers supplied by Williams

Nursery and thanks to the DPW,

Craig Gibson--and crew, Rock

Stewart, Omar Lucas, Vinny

Brodo for hanging them.

The Downtown Westfield

Corporation (DWC) is the management

entity of the Special

Improvement District. For more

information call 908-789-9444

or go to westfieldtoday.com.

Greater Westfield Area

Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Westfield Chamber

of Commerce (GWACC) not

only supports local businesses,

it also sponsors local events and

gives back to the community.

In the spring and early summer,

the chamber sponsored

three street fairs: Spring Fling,

Garwood Rocks and the first

Fanwood Fan Jam music festival.

Mark your calendar for September

24 for the wildly popular

FestiFall street fair in Downtown

Westfield. These festivals are fun

for the whole family and are great

community events!

Every Saturday from June

through October, the chamber

sponsors the Westfield Farmers

Market from 8:30 a.m.–1:30

p.m. Located on the south side

of the Westfield train station,

you’ll find the freshest produce

as well as flowers, baked goods,

and prepared food. This year,

members of the Westfield High

School Jazz Band have enhanced

the market atmosphere with their

lively music.

The chamber encourages local

residents to “Be Loyal, Buy Local”

by participating in the Westfield

Area Gift Coin Program. The $25

coins, which can be purchased

at Two River Community Bank,

are more personal than a generic

gift card and can be redeemed at

more than 85 local businesses,

including restaurants. This program

helps keep shopping dollars

local. See gwaccnj.com/coins for

participating businesses.

Spring Fling Street Fair

Westfield Farmers Market

The chamber also takes pride

in the Westfield chapter of the

Young Entrepreneurs Academy

(YEA). YEA is a year-long

afterschool program that teaches

students in middle school and

high school how to form an idea

for a new business and write a

business plan for implementation.

Applications are currently being

accepted for this year.

The GWACC Nine, Wine &

Dine Golf Outing this past spring

raised money for our 501c(3)

Foundation. All proceeds go back

to the community in the form of

scholarships and grants to local

nonprofits. Scholarships are

awarded to rising college freshmen

in the towns the chamber

serves (Westfield, Garwood,

Mountainside, Scotch Plains, and

Fanwood).

The GWACC is the primary

business organization in our community.

Besides coordinating ribbon

cuttings and holding regular

networking events, the chamber

provides a host of benefits to its

members. Currently, the chamber

is nearly 500 members strong, including

a wide array of businesses

and nonprofit organizations.

For more information about

the Greater Westfield Area

Chamber of Commerce, visit

gwaccnj.com, follow us on Facebook,

or call (908) 233-3021. —

Etya Novik.

Kenilworth

Chamber of Commerce

Jazz Festival Morano Gelato Chez Catherine

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Adlers Jewelers

These are exciting times at

the Kenilworth Chamber of

Commerce! Work is in progress

to host the next annual Taste

of Kenilworth, an extremely

popular event which showcases


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on____________fridge

Sara’s

Before the days

of stainless steel

fridges, remember

how we used to

hang the things we loved and

were proud of on the kitchen

fridge? Remember the colorful

magnets? Well, this is our

vintage fridge!

This issue, Sara Liptack,

the Librarian at the Little

Free Library 07090 on East

Broad Street, hangs some of

her local favorites... btw,

recognize the magnets? They

are all colorful characters

you’ll find at Sara’s library!

Dreyer Farms

Fresh produce, wine, nursery

items, bakery and a CSA program

at 831 Springfield Ave in

Cranford!

Old City Cafe and Grill

Traditional Middle Eastern

and Mediterranean fare at 20

Union Avenue North in

Downtown Cranford!

Sorrento’s

Family run Italian favorite

featuring tomato pies, eggplant

rollatini and other classics at

631 Central Avenue in

Westfield!

Vine Ripe Markets

Gourmet specialty market

with an old world butcher, fish

counter and fresh baked breads

at 430 North Ave in Westfield!

meets once a month on the second

Wednesday of each month.

The Kenilworth Chamber is of

the Gateway Regional Chamber

of Commerce. Gateway has

1,200 members across Central

and Northern New Jersey. As a

reminder, joining the Kenilworth

Chamber will automatically grant

you membership to all of Gateway’s

other affiliate Chambers

and networking associations at

no extra cost. You join many organizations

for the price of one!

For more information contact

Bidisa Rai at 908-352-0900, ext

113 or BidisaRai@gatewaychamber.com

for

Scotch Plains Business and

Proffessional Organization

The SPBPA was started in

August of 1994 by Scotch Plains

business owner and resident Ray

Pardon and nine other individuals.

We thank you for supporting

our local businesses and contributing

to making Scotch Plains a

better community for us all to live

and work.

The 2017 Scotch Plains

Farmers’ Marketplace season

is underway and runs through

November. Our popular open-air

market is celebrating its 25th

year.

We welcome recent new

members including Hand and

Stone Spa of Watchung.

We have been giving scholarships

to Scotch Plains and Fanwood

high school seniors since

1997. The program has awarded

more than $50,000 since its

inception to nearly 70 students.

Students can obtain information

and applications from their guidance

counselors.

We’re working to make Downtown

Scotch Plains better and

more enjoyable every day. Come

join your friends and neighbors

for a great experience. For more

information visit our web site

visitscotchplains.com.

Thailand Restaurant

Fabulous Thai favorites at 291

Central Avenue in Clark!

the culinary talents of the chefs in

Kenilworth’s highly rated restaurants.

The event is scheduled for

October 24 at the Merck & Co.

facility. It gives great exposure to

the restaurants in the borough

and is a fun and enjoyable event

for everyone! The Chamber uses

the proceeds from this event to

fund scholarships for high school

students in Kenilworth.

The Kenilworth Chamber

is also getting ready to restock

the banners on the Boulevard

and add new ones. The colorful

banners advertise businesses in

Kenilworth while adding an atmosphere

of jauntiness and a dash of

cheerfulness to the main street of

the Borough!

The Kenilworth Chamber

SPBPA scholarship recipients

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FOCAL POINTS

BOUNTY

HUNTING

THE AREA IS RIPE WITH

FARM DELIGHTS

Farm fresh just tastes better!

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Growing and harvesting season

brings a whole new dimension

to eating locally. In Downtown

Scotch Plains and Downtown

Westfield, the Area’s two Farmers Markets

unleash an unbelievable array of

farm favorites. While Dryers Farm in

Cranford, the last working farm in Union

County, churns out the season’s best.

The Scotch Plains Farmers’ Marketplace

is the Area’s largest, first to open/

last to close and offers the longest hours.

It starts in May and runs all the way

through November. Celebrating its 25th

year, vendors of all sorts line up in the

parking lot between Darby Road Pub

(pint after shopping?!) and the Municipal

Building on Park Avenue. Family-owned

Ort Farms of Long Valley and Whistling

Wolf Farm of Pittstown sell seasonal

produce direct from their local fields.

In Westfield, the Farmers Market

season begins in June and runs through

October in the Southside lot of the

Westfield Train Station. Chickadee

Creek Farm of Pennington and Donaldson

Farms of Hackettstown display their

farm-to-market fruits and vegetables.

Dreyers Farm of Cranford has been

part of the community since 1904 and

still is a family affair, with the current

owners, tracing their roots back to the

original farmers who worked the land


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Jersey Fresh

Tomatoes!

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the

skinny

on this feature

Scotch Plains

Farmers’

Marketplace

Scotch Plains

connect

visitscotchplains.com

Westfield

Farmers

Market

Westfield

connect

gwaccnj.com

Dreyer Farms

Cranford

connect

@dreyerfarms

dreyerfarms.com

along Springfield Avenue. Along with

fresh produce, Dreyer Farms sells dairy

products, meat, baked goods (including

fresh mini doughnuts!), honey, olive oil

and lots more, including holiday decor.

Dreyer Farms opens in Spring and closes

in December.

About the Contributor

Christine Alba is a local photographer and

lifestyle writer based in Westfield. She

curates images at @HappilyEverAfter. She

is a regular contributor at It’s My Week and

NJ Spots.

Above: Scenes

from the Area’s

markets.

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GUIDE TO

DINING OUT

#EatWhereYouLive

100stepscranford

100 Steps Supper Club + Raw Bar >

crismarita

Avenue East >

thesandwichenthusiast

Paragon Tap and Table >

Note

Our Guide

primarily includes

restaurants with

table service and

dinner menus. It is

a curated directory

for eating out that

includes our local

supporters and

selections by our

editorial staff. Tags

are to Instagram

accounts.

Bon appetit!

#ClarkNJ

Bistro 1051

1051 Raritan Road

732-680-1051

@bistro1051

Modern Clarkton strip

mall eatery offering an

eclectic menu wiht an

assortment of Italian seafood,

steaks and sushi.

Italian-Asian Fusion, $$

Clark BBQ

Churrasqueira

1419 Raritan Road

732-396-4600

@clarkbbq

Cozy, casual restaurant

and bar serving classic

Portuguese-style BBQ,

sides and sangria.

Portuguese, Barbeque

$

Paragon Tap & Table

77 Central Avenue

732-931-1776

@paragontapandtable

Exciting gastropub from

Food Network alum Chef

Eric LeVine. Numerous

craft beers and bar.

Gastropub, $$

Thailand Restaurant

291 Central Avenue

732-388-4441

Unassuming, no frills

roadside Thai restaurant

offering pad Thai and

other traditional dishes.

Take-out business is

always booming.

Thai, $

#CranfordNJ

100 Steps

Supper Club + Raw Bar

215 Centennial Avenue

908-276-0153

@100stepscranford

Boisterous New American

restaurant featuring a

traditional oyster bar.

Seafood, New American

$$$

A Toute Heure

232 Centennial Avenue

908-276-6600

@ath_cranford

Popular bistro-inspired

restaurant serving sophisticated,

market-fresh cuisine

in chic, cozy quarters.

New owners have kept

farm-to-table concept.

American (New), $$$

Amblei Greek Taverna

29 North Union Avenue

(908) 272-4111

Often very crowded,

corner Greek restaurant

in the heart of Downtown

Cranford. Traditional

Greek music helps set

the mood and create an

autentic atompshere.

Greek, Mediterranean,

$$

Avenue East

16 North Union Avenue

908-272-7258

A true range of Asian

dishes are available at this

contemporary restaurant,

from Thai curries to Chinese

to sushi.

Asian Fusion, $$

Mr. Bin Sushi & Grill

123 North Union Avenue

908-272-2617

@mr.bin_sushi_cranford_

Creative sushi menu items

include Sea urchins. Noodles

and hibachi too.

Japanese, Sushi, $$

Pairings Palate + Plate

10 Walnut Avenue

908-276-4026

@pairings_cranfordnj

Refined New American

restaurant known for

pairing innovative flavors

in its market-driven

dishes. Pre-fixe menu

available.

American (New), $$$

Romola’s Seafood &

Grille

2 South Avenue West

908-272-0045

@romolasnj

White-tablecloth BYOB

venue for Mediterranean

meals emphasizing seafood

and upscale meats.

American (New), Seafood

$$$

Siam Inn

110 North Avenue West

908-325-6446

Small digs, but big flavors.

Traditional dishes and

Thai dumplings.

Thai, $$

#FanwoodNJ

Houdini Pizza Labratory

25 South Avenue

908-288-7118

@houdinipizzalaboratory

New cozy cucina delivering

artisanal pizzas, Italian

staples and reimagined

classics in trendy digs.

Italian, Pizza, $$

Sheelen’s Crossing

200 South Avenue

908-753-4500

@sheelens_crossing

Only pub in town delivers

Irish and pub favorites.

Bloody Mary bar is popular.

American (New), Pub, $$

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publickhouse

Publick House >

crazychef101

Le Rendez-Vous Bistro >

#GarwoodNJ

&grain

700 North Avenue

908-232-2233

@andgrain

Highly praised cafe serving

breakfast, sandwiches,

salads, soups & quiches,

featuring stellar Stumptown

Coffee, amid stylish

ampersand-laden decor.

Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch,

Coffee & Teas, $$

Fusion D’Lite

348 North Avenue

908-928-1289

@fusiondlite

Unassuming, casual spot

for sushi and Asian dishes.

Asian Fusion, Sushi, $$,

Rosie’s Wine Bar

514 North Avenue

908-518-9463

@rosieswinebar

Down to earth environment

where wine novices

and wine pros alike feel

comfortable pulling the

corks of their favorite

bottles and sharing them

with delicious food.

American (New), Wine

Bar, $$

#KenilworthNJ

andgrain

&grain >

Boulevard Five 72

572 Boulevard

908-709-1200

@boulevardfive72

Swanky spot for upmarket

New American dishes

(including a fixed-price

menu) and a varied wine

list.

American (New), $$$

La Campagnola

520 South 31st Street

908-241-9200

Cozy restaurant preparing

traditional Italian cuisine

such as burrata, lasagna

and meat/seafood dishes.

Italian, $$

Le Rendez-Vous Bistro

520 Boulevard

908-931-0888

Popular destination for

refined, seasonal French

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twodopesfromjersey

Chez Catherine >

cuisine served in an intimate

dining room.

French, $$$

Taormina Restaurant

482 Boulevard

908-497-1717

An upscale Italian menu

presented with wine and

cocktails in a posh setting

with a separate bar area.

Italian, $$

#MountainsideNJ

Publick House

899 Mountain Ave

908-233-2355

@publickhouse

Warmly decorated gastropub

serving Irish and

New American plates,

plus craft brews, wine and

killer cocktails.

American (New), Gastro

Pub, $$

Spanish Tavern

1239 Route 22

908-232-2171

Serving paella and other

traditional dishes in a live-

ly setting. Sangria makes

everyone happy.

Spanish, Seafood, $$

Mosaico

1072 Route 22

908-233-3553

@mosaico_italian_restaurant

Stylish, classic Italian

menu with great desserts.

Italian, $

Echo Tap and Grill

1079 Route 22

908-264-7100

@echotapandgrille

Trendy, industrial-inspired

restaurant/bar featuring

lots of draft beers and a

diverse menu.

American (New), Bar, $$

Daimatsu

860 Mountain Ave

908-233-7888

Informal Japanese venue

offering sushi rolls,

teriyaki, udon and other

standards in a relaxed

setting.

Japanese, Sushi, $$

#ScotchPlainsNJ

Darby Road

450 Park Avenue

908-288-7667

@darbyroadpub

Creative gastropub menu,

craft beers on tap, inventive

cocktails, lots of flat

screen TVs and a seasonal

beer garden.

American (New), Pub $$

Grillstone Restaurant

2377 Route 22

(908) 889-8000

@grillestone

Modern restaurant for

casual American cuisine,

slouissaint

Sheelen’s Crossing >

specialty cocktails plus

great outdoor space.

American (New), Fusion

$$

Red White & Que

Smokehouse

2581 Route 22

908-228-2808

@redwhiteandquesmokehouse

Traditional roadside BBQ

joint featuring inventive

sides. Spreading like

wildfire across the Garden

State.

Barbeque, $$

Stage House Tavern

366 Park Avenue

908-322-4224

@stagehousetavern

Lively American eatery

serving pub grub in a

sprawling rustic Colonial

building with a popular

outdoor patio.

American (Traditional),

$$

#WestfieldNJ

16 Prospect Wine Bar

and Bistro

16 Prospect Street

908-232-7320

@16prospect

Quirky decor and live music

lend this casual wine

bar a bohemian vibe.

American (traditional),

$$$

Addams Tavern

115 Elm Street

908-232-3201

@theaddamstavern

Reservations are recommended

at this New

American, farm-to-table

cuisine in a drop-dead

gorgeous setting. Chef

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Nick DeRosa returns to

his hometown.

American (New), $$$

Akai Japanese

Sushi Lounge

102 East Broad Street

908-264-8660

@akai__lounge

Well regarded Sushi

and cocktail lounge in

the heart of Downtown

Westfield.

Japanese, Sushi, $$

Chez Catherine

431 North Avenue West

(908) 654-4011

@chezcatherine_nj

Longstanding, elegant

French restaurant offering

upmarket à la carte

lunches and fixed-price

dinners.

French, $$$

Ferraro’s Restaurant

14 Elm Street

908-232-1105

@ferrarosrestaurant

For decades, a neighborhood

staple delivering

traditional Italian meals,

pizzas and excellent daily

specials.

Italian, Pizza, $$

westfieldarea

Akai Sushi Lounge >

downtown_westfield

Roosterspin >

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Fiamma Wood Fired

Pizza

108 Quimby Street

908- 654-0401

@fiamma_pizza

900-degree, wood-fired

brick oven churns out

delectable pies.

Pizza, Italian, $$

Limani Seafood Grill

235 North Avenue West

908-276-6600

@limanigrill

Popular BYOB restaurant

serving Greek seafood

and other Mediterranean

specialties in a newly-expanded

space.

Greek, Seafood, $$$

Traditional Thai recipes

served in an intimate,

vibrantly decorated dining

room.

Thai, $$

Sweet Waters

Steak House

43 Elm Street

908-317-2599

@sweetwatersnj

Upscale, old-school, traditional

steakhouse known

for its steaks, chops seafood

and cocktails.

American (traditional),

Steakhouse, $$$

Xocolatz

Restaurant & Grill

235 Elmer Street

908-232-3962

@xocolatz

Opened in 2002 as a

dessert and coffee shop

(hence the name Xocolatz

for chocolate), now

serving American comfort

food in a casual setting..

American (New), $$

@westfieldarea

@westfieldareanj

@westfieldareanj

online at westfieldarea.com

Roosterspin

251 North Avenue West

908-276-6600

@roosterspin_nj

Buzz-worthy, industrial-chic,

Korean eatery

and bar featuring karaoke.

Korean, Wings, $$

Splash of Thai

321 South Avenue West

(908) 232-0402

#LoveWhereYouLive

#EatWhereYouLive

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See

you

there

-Frank

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CALENDAR

of can’t-miss fall festivals

Awaiting locals returning from Summer Break is the busiest time of the year for outdoor community

events. The following listings offer family-friendly entertainment that will keep everyone smiling.

9/17 9/24 9/28-10/1 10/1

Fanny Wood Day

Fanwood

Festifall

Westfield

Saint Michael Feast

Cranford

Scotch Plains Day

Scotch Plains

Great kick-off event for

the Fall season

celebrating the town’s

namesake. Kids love

the zip line at Fanwood

Station and the quirky

contests.

Everybody goes to

Festifall! It’s practically

a requirement for Area

residents. Blocks and

blocks of vendors take

over town, along with

rides and a huge stage!

Rides of all shapes and

sizes (including a

towering ferris wheel),

games of chance, food and

live music help make this

one of the most beloved

free events of the year!

Food stands and live

music are the big draws

to this free, one-day

event that celebrates the

Township! Games, rides

and vendors will be there,

too...

South Avenue

Downtown Fanwood

East Broad Street

Downtown Westfield

St. Michael’s Church

Downtown Cranford

Park Avenue

Downtown Scotch Plains

10/5-10/8 10/22 10/24-10/31 10/24

Italian-American Feast

Clark

Ducky Derby

Cranford

Scarecrow Stroll

Cranford

Taste of Kenilworth

Kenilworth

Ciao Amici! The

longstanding

Italian-American

community

welcomes all to its annual

celebration of culture...

zeppoles anyone!?

Hundreds of individually

numbered rubber

ducks are released in the

Rahway River to race over

the falls. Numerous prizes

awarded! Ducks are available

for purchase.

One of the best seasonal

events kicks-off

Halloween and turns the

entire community into a

theme park as dozens of

scarecrows appear.

Vote on your favorites!

The borough shows-off

its culinary chops at this

annual foodie gathering.

Proceeds fund the

Kenilworth Chamber of

Commerce Scholarship

program.

Municipal Building

Clark

Sperry Park

Cranford

Downtown

Cranford

Merck & Co.

Kenilworth

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with Prisma App.

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SWEET WATERS

STEAK HOUSE

Your Choice Spot for Steaks and Chops Since 2001

908-317-2599

43 Elm Street

Downtown Westfield

sweetwaterssteakhouse.com

@sweetwatersnj


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