The 31 newly opened N.J. restaurants you need to try right now
We hope you're hungry, Jersey, because there are a ton of new restaurants across the state whose Yelp pages are on practically fire with positive reviews. We know one of the best things about living here is the range of cuisines available and this list is chockfull, with everything from paella in Montclair to authentic Turkish in Rockaway to new Atlantic City hotspots and even vegan Mexican food at the Jersey Shore.
5 brunch spots to visit when in Durban
Dietary requirements, exercise regimens and lifestyle commitments have made the simple act of sitting down with friends or family for a meal a complex one. When breakfast is a smoothie for one and bacon and more bacon for another, or when lunch is gluten-free, carb-free, lactose-free or whatever else is trending, brunch may well be a solution.
Burning Through Brew City Bonus: Taco Bell's Reaper Ranch Quesarito
Milwaukee may not be known for its hot weather, but that doesn't mean that the Brew City can't bring the heat namely from the kitchen. That's why Senior Developer Nick "Power Palate" Barth and Pop Culture Editor Matt "Powder Puff Palate" Mueller are on a journey, burning their buds and torching their tongues across town to find the city's spiciest dishes.
Why you should check out Uptown Whittier's changing restaurant and dining scene
You may dine outside under an umbrella or inside at Auntie's Bakery and Cafe in Whittier. . There are red banners along Greenleaf Avenue in Whittier that encourage people to "Dine Uptown," and it's solid advice: There are more than 25 restaurants, as well as coffee and tea houses, lounges and tasting rooms in a three-block area.
New Mexcian burrito restaurant opening in Derby tomorrow
El Burrito, in East Gate, will be opened tomorrow by Param Vir Singh, who says the fresh food made to order will make it stand out from the rest. The 29-year-old from Swindon said: "People don't go to many places where their food is freshly made.
How to Cook with Fresh Peppers, from Mild Bells to Super-Spicy Habaneros
To start these serrano-mint margaritas , roast a serrano pepper , then muddle it with sugar and mint; the fruit releases liquid to dissolve the sugar, so you don't have to make simple syrup. In another twist, the glasses get rimmed with pink salt and sumac, which is mellower than lime.
'Memory cafes' in English, Spanish offer socializing for people with memory loss in Elgin
Within 15 minutes of meeting at the first Spanish-language "memory cafe" in Elgin, Carmen Lucio and Nena Vallejo were trading recipes for "mole," the traditional sauce used in Mexican cuisine. The women, both from Elgin, were among about 20 people who attended the event Monday at Dream Hall in downtown Elgin.
Bites: In Toronto, a Restaurant Puts Mexican Cuisine on a Wood Fire
Smearing each one on the freshly made tostadas revealed the sheer diversity of Mexico's regions through their textures and tastes: smooth avocado, chunky roasted tomatillo, the earthy spectrum of dried chiles, ground chicatana ants and the black depths of a mole negro riff. The dish, like Quetzal's greater ambitions, is a showcase of the sheer variety of ingredients, and the expense and effort that are required to make complex Mexican food.
La Neta, a downtown Mexican restaurant from the Ava Gene's team, is open now
La Neta, a new Mexican restaurant from the Ava Gene's and Tusk team, is officially open inside Old Town/Chinatown's boutique Hoxton Hotel. , the new restaurant comes from Submarine Hospitality partners Joshua McFadden and Luke Dirks and features former Chalino chef Johnny Leach in the kitchen.
Uncle Julio's is committed to providing only the freshest and highest quality Border Style Mexican Food. With distinctive Hacienda decorating style, the founders created a unique restaurant concept around original recipes that demand only the freshest ingredients tailored after Julio's family tastes. Beyond tacos, enchiladas and tamales, Julio specializes in marinated and mesquite grilled beef and chicken fajitas, ribs, quail, frog legs, and jumbo shrimp.
The first Uncle Julio's Fine Mexican Food Restaurant opened in Dallas, Texas in November 1986. Uncle Julio's popularity grew rapidly, and with it came an instant craze for a drink Julio named The Swirl, which is a frozen concoction of layered margarita and home-made sangria. Uncle Julio's has grown to twelve restaurants located in Texas, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland and Virginia.