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Food news, reviews, and commentary from the staff of NJ Monthly
Bill of Fare
An Offer You Can't Refuse
Angelo Lutz isn't ashamed to admit he
served seven years in prison for
racketeering. In fact, his Collingswood
restaurant, Kitchen Consigliere,
promotes and lampoons his past. Apart
from the schtick, the reason to go, says
reviewer Jill P. Capuzzo, is that Lutz's
classic red sauce Italian food is
excellent. Read More.
When in Rome
Or rather, when in Stone Harbor, head for
Spiaggetta, run by a chef who grew up in Rome
and worked on the fishing docks of nearby
Ladispoli on the Tyrrhenian Sea. In his review,
Chris Malloy praises the food—especially the
seafood—of that chef, Marco Tarantino. Read
Table Hopping with Rosie
This Week's Restaurant News
Today Rosie tells us about Bistro Seven Three in New Providence. Read more.
Openings and Closings
Chefs in the News
Rosie posts five days a week! Check out njmonthly.com for this week's Food For
Soup To Nuts
AC Trains the Chefs of Tomorrow, Today!
A new culinary training program is getting underway in Atlantic City, designed to
get students from the classroom to professional kitchens in just four months.
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