Edible Jersey's November "Must Tries of the Month"

Edible Jersey's "Must Tries of the Month" November 2017

October 30, 2017
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Each month, the Edible Jersey staff will publish their "Must Tries" --a cool restaurant, a fun outdoor market, a brand new brewery, and everything in between that we think you should know about! Take a look at our staff picks for November: 

Carmine’s Pizzeria
75 Main Street, Netcong

carminespizza.biz
“The first pizza I’ve ever had. I used to walk there for lunch breaks in elementary school and ride my bike from home on weekends. Slices were 35 cents back then. It is not a fancy place, but it is truly some of the best pizza I’ve ever had! Now, I bring my wife and boys there.”
Eric Derby, Associate Publisher

Hearthside 
801 Haddon Avenue, Collingswood

hearthsidebyob.com
“Alums from Philly's Fat Ham / Sgabra and Collingswood's Zeppoli are behind the much-anticipated Hearthside, which opened in late September. A seasonal American menu promises to hop genres and make ample use of the wood-fired grill. Bonus: the kitchen is in full view from the dining room. Reservations are already locking up.”
Jenn Hall, Writer

Nauti Spirits
916 Shunpike Road, Cape May

nautispirits.com
“Nauti’s Vodka is crafted with their own sweet potatoes, their gin with local/wild juniper. While on tour at Nauti, I noticed a rye grown in NJ getting ready to be whiskey. Every spirit from Nauti is so thoughtfully designed, mashed, fermented and distilled right on their farm.  VP & Head Distiller Brendan Wheatley told me, ‘…I don’t want to make gin, vodka and whiskey in New Jersey…I want to make New Jersey gin, vodka and whiskey.’” 
Ray Painter, Publisher
Eric Derby, Associate Publisher

Terhune Orchards
330 Cold Soil Road, Princeton

terhuneorchards.com
“There's not a week that goes by that we don't stop into Terhune’s during the fall season to grab a cider or a bag of their cider donuts or a huge basket of some of the best apples ever (a personal favorite are the Stayman-Winesap apples). Terhune’s is a true favorite of Mercer County residents but we know people travel from afar for the wonderful vibe!”
Cricket Allen, Advertising Sales Associate

The Tuckahoe Inn
1 Harbor Road, Beesley’s Point

tuckahoeinn.com
“I’ve been going to the Tuckahoe since before I could walk; my grandparents are there nearly every day! The bartenders are always so friendly as well as the wait staff, and it has the most delicious Oysters Rockefeller I’ve ever had. In the summer, you can sit out back and listen to live music while you watch the boats. In the winter, you can cozy up inside near their gorgeous fireplace. I could go on forever about this place.”
Julia Mullaney, Editorial & Marketing Manager

Article from Edible Jersey at http://ediblejersey.ediblecommunities.com/things-do/edible-jerseys-must-tries-month-november-2017
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