Food and Wine

The transformation of the northern end of Halsey Street—and so much of the city's historic downtown—over the past few years has been nothing short of sensational; why shouldn't the neighborhood have a terrific new coffee bar, too? 

Marcus Samuelsson's Move to Newark

Newark is already worth the PATH commuter rail ride from Manhattan, for breakfast, lunch or dinner. If you're feeling casual but also inordinately hungry, Tops Diner in East Newark (dubbed one of the "most famous" restaurants in New Jersey) draws hour-long lines for a reason: their Monte Cristo French toast, ribs, benedicts and extensive menu of somewhat reimagined diner fare are immaculately executed. Read more…

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