Residents of Atlantic Highlands and Highlands will go to the polls Sept. 26 to decide the future of their public school system.
RED BANK – The borough is gearing up for another red carpet event, bringing a little bit more Hollywood to the Two River area.
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It’s no secret that Asbury Park is a mecca for restaurant-goers. There are many dining choices on almost every street, from simple takeout and fast food, to high-end eateries. So how does a recently-opened, fine dining restaurant carve out a niche and distinguish itself from the others?
The bacon is sizzling, coffee is brewing and plates of pancakes, waffles, eggs and more are being ferried from the kitchen to hungry breakfast diners. At Edie’s, the tables are close, the staff is warm and the ambience is friendly. And the omelets are the best, according to the eatery’s fans and Yelp reviews.
It’s always a pleasant surprise when your experience at a restaurant turns out to be beyond what you expected.
When two very talented chefs decide to team up and create a tasting menu dinner, you can expect something special. And that is exactly what occurred recently when chef Chris Calabrese of Nettie’s House of Spaghetti of Tinton Falls and chef Bradley Rodriguez of Spring Lake Seafood joined forces to offer a seven-course Seafood Tasting dinner at Nettie’s.
There are lots of ice cream shops in the Two River area, so it seemed like a fun endeavor to select a half dozen or so, get a couple of pints from each one, and hold an ice cream tasting. We did not include pre-packed ice creams, which are readily available in the freezer section of area food markets and grocery stores; we chose only hand-packed pints and taste-tested them at home. Young and old weighed in on their favorites.
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Two River Theater's popular education program, A Little Shakespeare, has morphed into a new program during the pandemic: Tiny Shakes: Romeo and Juliet.