Saturday, June 24, 2017

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...

Sticking around

If you’ve been initiated into the world of DeLorenzo’s Tomato Pies, you know how it goes. One minute, you see two mouth-watering tomato pies sitting in the center of...

Simply Radishing offers fresh fare

By Chris Sturgis Stuart Alexander, owner of Simply Radishing, chose a life of soups and quiches over a life of writs and torts. After studying political science for four years at...

Outback Steakhouse prepares to open

There is good news for “Bloomin’ Onion” fans in Hamilton – an Outback Steakhouse is opening Nov. 12 on U.S. 130 South at Kuser Road. Proprietor Preston Russell said he...

Szechuan House has a plate for every palate

By Chris Sturgis Sonya Ma has a loyal Chinese clientele at her restaurant, Szechuan House, but she believes the food of her homeland deserves a wider audience Ma opened the restaurant...

Meet Flora, your new Italian mamma

Gary Gulak’s vision for Mamma Flora’s Trattoria is to be as much a part of the community as the community is apart of it through making fresh, tasty, and...

Gilmore’s Cafe enhances South Warren streetscape

Kevin Gilmore knows exactly what it means to turn nothing into something. The Mill Hill resident and owner of the new Gilmore’s Café on South Warren Street breathes a little...