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Beyond Dinner for Two

If you're a parent of kids six and under, you recognize this picture as a dining out moment of zen. The child is content and the parent is eating something that doesn't come...

Japanese Chef Seeks Partner…

to share mutual love of cooking and financial responsibilities of running a restaurant. Kimiko, of Kimiko's on Walnut St., would love to keep her eatery open, but her expanding catering business is making it...

About Last Night

There’s a certain amount of inconvenience that comes from being a celebrity couple; just ask Brad and Jen, or locally, Moose and Elaine. Anne-Marie Nolin, accompanied by hubby Bob Adler, discovered what it’s...

Score One for Miss Martta

When we first broke news on the sale of the Balcony restaurant, posters weighed in with all sorts of recommendations for the new owners. Now we've learned from the seller's agent Alan Ash, that...

Vietnamese Is In The House

Montclair's got a new restaurant and it's not Italian. Little Saigon, A Taste of Vietnam, adds some decidedly exotic Asian flavor to the culinary landscape in Baristaville (and we're not talking beef with...

Saigon’s Return

Fans of the original Little Saigon on Franklin Avenue in Nutley, who mourned the restaurant's passing due to a fire, have been waiting, chopsticks poised, for its reopening in Montclair. Tucked away at...

Peace, Love and Java

You won't find this post on the Montclair Watercooler (too commercial!), but here at Barista, we consider it almost a public service announcement, especially for the caffeine-challenged. Starbucks is open in Montclair today...

The Eggnog Conundrum

First off - I really do like eggnog. When it first appears in the market this time of year I always buy some but after the second little cup or so I've had enough....

Gourmet Dinner (Art Included)

Hummers and high-end kitchen renovations aside, scoring a Saturday night reservation at Fascino has become the ultimate trophy for Montclair’s serial dining set. If you’ve been left out in the cold, things may...

First Bite Montclair

Clowns, classical music, a skateboarding demo. . .the First Night folks seemed to have thought of everything, except for who’s going to feed us? Whether you want to feast, nosh or do something in...

Baby It’s Cold Outside!

Last night was one of the first really cold wintery nights and it was wonderful to have a big pot of beef stew bubbling away on the stove. The house finally smelled like...

A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove

Ever wonder how to make rhubarb jam, sweet potato rolls, or barbecued pig? Do you sometimes pine for the ethnic things your grandmother cooked but no one bothered to write down? Tired of plastic...

It’s Soup Weather!

There was no better day for soup then yesterday and  Nicky Mesiah was giving it away free until 3 pm at Spice It Up on Glenridge Ave.  She whipped up a batch of Mullligatawny...

An Apple a Day!

Apple season is upon us and there is every imaginable variety available at the farmer's market. I find that whenever I bake with apples its best to use a couple varieties mixed together....