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Morey’s Piers Ceremonial Keg-Tapping At Oktoberfest on Mariners Landing.

Oktoberfest comes to the Wildwoods, NJ, on Friday, September 17, over four consecutive weekends at Morey’s Piers. The German-themed revelry officially commences with a ceremonial keg tapping of Warsteiner beer by the lederhosen-clad Morey family. The Oompah-Delics will also be in attendance, bringing a fresh spin on the traditional German band covering classic Oktoberfest repertoire as well as fun and upbeat songs.
WILDWOOD, NJ
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Jersey Girl Kitchen melds classic flavors with Mediterranean flair in the heart of Wildwood

With the name Jersey Girl Kitchen | Bar, this newly renovated eatery in Wildwood has some big shoes — or rather flip-flops — to fill. “We didn’t want to be just another fine dining establishment, or the latest hot spot, or really any other easily classified restaurant,” says Owner Jack Morey, who also owns Morey’s Piers. “We chose the ‘Jersey Girl’ brand because we wanted to stand out, and it’s provided us the opportunity to imbue the food, the drinks and the entire location with a little extra love.”
WILDWOOD, NJ
New Jersey Monthly

Olive Branch Delights Cape May Diners

After a brief hiatus, brothers George and Argie Mallous returned to Cape May County’s dining scene last year with this popular Greek eatery in Villas. Modern Mediterranean taverna offering fine dining at moderate prices with an extra helping of hospitality. Family owned and operated, this is not the opa-shouting, plate-smashing Greek restaurant you may have seen in movies. It’s a warm and calming retreat that invites conversation and camaraderie.
CAPE MAY COUNTY, NJ
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Atlantic City Press

Shackin’ Up for the Summer … at Bob’s Seafood

When my family first purchased a summer house in South Jersey back in 1989, one of the first places we went to get fresh fish was Bob’s Seafood in Absecon. I was only 11 years old at the time, but I have distinct memories of loving pretty much anything my parents brought back from Bob’s. A few months ago when I was deciding what shacks to include in this column, it dawned on me that I had not featured Bob’s Seafood. This had to change.
ABSECON, NJ
Atlantic City Press

Going Mobile: Food truck business keeps rolling on in South Jersey

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following article is from the September issue of Flavor, the Press of Atlantic City’s magazine showcasing the food and drink scene in South Jersey. To get Flavor delivered to your home click here. From cupcakes and barbecue to cheese curds and empanadas, foodies nationwide can get just...
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ
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ANOTHER ONE GONE: HARRY’S OYSTER BAR IN ATLANTIC CITY TO CLOSE

Harry’s Oyster Bar in Atlantic City is closing for good by the end of the month. The restaurant announced on social media that the lease has run out for the restaurant, and the operators will close it. Harry’s is located at Bally’s, Atlantic City. The closing was reported by NJ.com.
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ
Atlantic City Press

The Fat Boys seek out a ghost kitchen in Somers Point

On a recent afternoon in the office we were perusing the depths of DoorDash in search of a new restaurant to try. Most of the places were either spots we had hit already or names that we had never heard of and weren’t piquing our interest … until we came across an Italian place with a name we couldn’t simply ignore — Holy Grandma.
SOMERS POINT, NJ