10 Bowls of Soup Found Locally to Warm You Up Through Winter

BY  |  Thursday, Jan 19, 2017 1:31pm  |  COMMENTS (1)

Winter weather have you chilled? A hearty and warm bowl of soup is the answer and there are many great options in Baristaville to enjoy.

Here are 10 great bowls of soup to warm you up through winter:


Warm up with this Cauliflower Veloute with Crispy Croutons and Chorizo at Plum on Park (14 Park Street, Montclair)



The Spot Montclair (104 Walnut Street, Montclair) has a hearty tomato soup, perfect for dipping a grilled cheese sandwich in.



MishMish Cafe (215 Glenridge Avenue, Montclair) serves up a very satisfying Butternut Squash Soup.



As does Raymond’s (28 Church Street, Montclair).



Mundo Vegan (20 Church Street, Montclair) makes a savory Veggie Quinoa Soup.



Green Chops (47 Watchung Plaza, Montclair) has a delicious Yellow Split Pea Soup to enjoy.



Enjoy a hearty bowl of Mediterranean-style lentil soup at Jackie’s Grillette (614 Valley Road, Montclair)



Or Manhattan Juice Bar & Cafe’s (212 Glenridge Avenue, Montclair) version of Lentil Soup, which is also vegan.



They may be known, and loved, for their pies, but The Pie Store (100 Watchung Avenue, Montclair) also makes a much loved  Cheese + Ale pub soup, which is thick, creamy, and cheesy with carrots and ale.



El Matador (418 Broad Street, Bloomfield) has a very heart chicken Pozole that hits the spot.



  1. POSTED BY Annette Batson  |  January 24, 2017 @ 2:21 pm

    We should get a Baristanet readers’ collection of our favorite soup recipes together. A “soup-off”!

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