The specialty coffeehouse, a staple in Southern California, will be opening their first New Jersey location in the Mile Square City.
The popular Manhattan eatery will be setting up shop in a prominent space that's just off Downtown’s pedestrian plaza.
The owners behind Darke Pines butcher will start serving sandwiches, soups, salads, and some treats out of space they’ve taken over along Erie Street.
An eatery serving Paulus Hook for almost two decades has launched a new seafood-themed space complete with outdoor seating and also have plans to expand their main restaurant into a neighboring building.
A wine and burger chain that has spent the last few years expanding throughout New Jersey has announced that they will be shutting down all but three of their Garden State locations.
A local dessert company that had a long road getting their brick and mortar headquarters up and running saw their perseverance rewarded as they served their first sweets out of their renovated storefront over the weekend.
Ownership behind Dorrian’s Red Hand is set to take over the Newark Avenue space that formerly housed an art-forward restaurant that closed after 17 years.
In advance of the partial re-opening of New Jersey’s restaurants, both cities are implementing plans to assist eateries in keeping patrons safe while expanding sidewalk and street dining areas.
Jersey Digs has confirmed the re-brand of a large Cuban restaurant near the city’s PATH station, which will be converted into a tequila bar set to feature retractable windows.
A liquor license could be coming to 89 Monitor Street in Bergen-Lafayette, The site is expected to contain 114 residential units and three retail spaces.