Friday, August 18, 2017

After 60 years, Ernie’s Tavern is still going strong

By Chris Sturgis In 1947, Ernie and Catherine Palsho set out to run the kind of tavern that wouldn’t interfere with their children’s homework. They lived, worked and raised five children...

A taste of Italy that’s just Divine

  From recipes that originated in an Italian kitchen to Tuscany-inspired décor, Divine Pizza and Restaurant strives to provide its customers with an authentic Italian experience. This year marks the tenth...

Mooooving forward

Tim Cheek spotted them before they even opened the door to his Robbinsville shop. Cheek, the owner of Maggie Moo’s Ice Cream and Treatery, rushed to greet the two unsuspecting...

Two brothers, one goal: make great pizza

At age 17, Antonio Scotti Rinaldi, of 2 Brothers Pizza, began his cooking career in Italy. He started by waiting tables at various local restaurants in Naples. He remained true...

Vidalia is cozy and sweet

By Chris Sturgis Cozy is how Salvatore Scarlata wants his patrons to feel at his restaurant, Vidalia. Cozy and sweet, just like its namesake onion. That vegetable, with its uncommon, trademark-protected...

East meets Far East at East Sushi

When looking for a far-east food fix, there aren’t too many places to go in Ewing. But at East Sushi at 43 Scotch Road, you can get food from...

At Enzo’s, they treat you like family

For 25 years, Enzo’s La Piccola Cucina has been developing a reputation as a classic neighborhood restaurant. Now, they’re taking the concept of homestyle fare to another level. Starting in...

Three cheers for Red Star Pizza 3

A symbol of three stars represents the triumph of Red Star Pizza 3, located at 608 Bear Tavern Road, (609) 406-1600. That’s because this is Anthony and Maria Bua’s third...

Dishing out sandwiches of rich taste and size

The people who work at Poor Boy, 950 Route 33, Hamilton, feel anything but poor. Instead, they feel rich in spirit and they want their customers to feel the same,...

Tony Luke’s opens in Hamilton, wit or witout wiz

At this juncture in the township’s history, Hamiltonians must now ponder a critical question. “Wit wiz” or not? Tony Luke’s Old Philly Style Sandwiches, purveyors of such Philadelphia delicacies as the...