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Arthur’s Tavern — iconic institution in Morris Plains — illustrates challenges facing an industry...

Alice McGreevy looks out at the walls of Arthur’s Tavern, the restaurant her family has owned for more than six decades. They are walls covered with photos — many black and white — that portray...

Good news for restaurants seeking Revitalization Fund grants

Restaurant owners seeking to get a grant from the $28.6 billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund that was included in the American Rescue Plan Act recently got some good news: They no longer will be required...

Seafood restaurant (with liquor license) coming to Maple Shade in $900K deal

A restaurant property in Maple Shade, along with its liquor license, has been sold for $900,000, with an eatery relocating to the site, Rose Commercial Real Estate said. The 3,700-square-foot property at 28 S. Church...

N.J. lifts 10 p.m. curfew on restaurants/bars, increases indoor capacity to 35%

Bars and restaurants will be able to stay open later than 10 p.m. — just in time for Super Bowl Sunday. And they will be able to have a few more customers, too. Gov. Phil...

Former catering hall property sold in Glassboro; redevelopment planned

A former catering hall in Glassboro has sold, with the buyer intending a redevelopment project, according to real estate firm Vantage Commercial. The Cherry Hill-based firm said the mixed-use property at 50 S. Academy St....

Dumpling restaurant opening 2nd location, in North Brunswick

A dumpling restaurant is opening its second location at a North Brunswick shopping center, according to real estate company Levin Management Corp. Wu’s Shanghai Dumpling House signed a long-term lease for 3,400 square feet at...

Why head of Harvest Restaurant Group is worried about future of industry

By last Wednesday morning — three days after his first employee had tested positive for COVID-19, hours after the second had done so and after he had seen the fruitless nature of contact tracing...

Neptune restaurant sold to pair of buyers — one for business, one for property

A restaurant in Neptune has been sold in a two-part deal, according to real estate firm Bielat Santore & Co. The Allenhurst-based firm said in a news release that the Simko’s restaurant business was sold...

Lancellotti named new CEO of N.J. Restaurant & Hospitality Association

Dana Lancellotti, the current director of business development and tourism in Ocean County, has been named the new CEO and president of the New Jersey Restaurant & Hospitality Association. Lancellotti, who will assume the role...

New restaurant to open in place of shuttered eatery in Wildwood

A new restaurant is planned for the site of the former Backfin Blues Bar and Grill in Wildwood, according to real estate firm Vantage Commercial. Vantage said the property at 517 W. Rio Grande Ave....

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