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Popular NJ Kosher Restaurant Shutters After 16 Years, Another Expected To Replace It
As the old adage goes: When one door closes, another one opens.
While a longtime New Jersey kosher restaurant will be closing in June, a new one is expected to open in its place.
Park Place, open for 16 years in Highland Park, announced its last day in business will be on Sunday, June 4.
While the restaurant declined to provide further information, it did say a another kosher meat restaurant is expected to take over in the same space sometime soon.
Posted by Park Place Kosher on Wednesday, May 17, 2023
Park Place, 120 Raritan Avenue, Highland Park.
Most Popular Pizzerias In North Jersey
Some North Jersey pizzerias have been around for decades. Others are brand new. Some have a thin and crispy crust. Others are fluffy and plump.
Whatever your pizza preference may be, one thing's for sure: There are plenty of places to choose from in North Jersey.
Daily Voice polled our Instagram followers on their favorite pizzerias, and (in no particular order) here were the most common answers:
Grant Street Cafe, Dumont
Tenth Street Pasta & Pizza, Hoboken
Park Tavern, East Rutherford
Mario's, Saddle Brook
Star Tavern, Ora…
Wawa Opens On Route 10 In East Hanover
Wawa’s newest store in East Hanover is now open for business.
The Route 10 store opened bright and early Thursday, May 18, offering free Wawa’s coffee for its first 100 customers, as well as promotional t-shirts reading, 'Coffee, Hoagies, Kindness.'
The grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony also included a meet-and-greet with former soccer player Bradley Wright-Phillips, an appearance by the “freestyle crew,” and, of course, a photo-op with Wawa's mascot, Wally Goose.
The location is just one of four stores to open in the Garden State this season.
Wawa, 28 Rt. 10, East Hanover, …
Undeclared Anchovies Prompts Recall Of Pasta Sauce Sold At Some Wegmans Stores
A recall has been issued for a popular brand of tomato sauce sold at Wegmans supermarkets.
The manufacturer, LiDestri Foods, said 24-ounce jars of Wegmans Italian Classics Diavolo pasta sauce may contain undeclared fish (anchovy).
"People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to anchovy run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.," the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said.
The sauce was sold at Wegman’s grocery stores in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Maryland, the District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, Virginia,…