South Jersey Restaurant News

South Jersey Restaurant News
Updates from the South Jersey dining scene.
The James Beard Foundation announced their list of nominees for their 30th James Beard Awards which included Joey Baldino, the owner of Collingwood's own Zeppoli. He is one of 20 nominees for the Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic award, giving him his eighth nomination.
Online restaurant-reservation company, OpenTable, recognized Haddonfield’s Two Fish as one of the 100 top restaurants of 2019.
Jack Ahmad, a Pennsauken resident, recently opened take-out restaurant Express Shish Kabab, which prepares unique specialties on a charcoal grill.
The owner of The Wing Kitchen, Willingboro’s Timothy Witcher, has opened another restaurant in Glassboro, bringing the same menu with a few new wing flavors and entrees.
The Cajun-style seafood chain, Crab Du Jour, opened up a new restaurant in Delran.

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The owners of Bleu Bear Bakery and Haddonfield Donut Co. have had their grand opening for a gluten-free market in Marlton called Bleu Bear Market.

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