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Palete: Fast Food

Palete: Fast Food
...From the pages of South Jersey Magazine...

FAST FOOD:
The former Cherry Hill restaurant that housed La Campagne is now reopened as The Farmhouse, a BYOB that will serve both brunch and dinner Tuesday through Sunday. Chef David Murray is in the kitchen after stops at Georges Perrier’s Georges’ and The Borgata’s Water Club.

Wild Wing Cafe, a casual chain offering 33 styles of wings, opened recently on the White Horse Pike in Barrington.

Nunzio Ristorante Rustico in Collingswood will be hosting a farm-totable dining event from June 25 through June 30. For $35 per person, diners will choose from a fourcourse menu featuring items like grilled branzino and veal rollatini.

Marlton is the next South Jersey locale to welcome yet another brewery. Zed’s Beer will open soon, serving a variety of American and European style brews. And Haddonfield will end its dry spell when it welcomes King’s Road Brewing this fall.

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Nicole Distanisloa is the new owner of the Primo Hoagies shop in Woolwich. Distanisloa also owns the Primo’s in West Norriton, Pa.

Theresa Hrivnak, the lead baker at Haddonfield’s Indulgence Cupcakery, is using her celebrity from appearing on Food Network’s Cupcake Wars by working with the Ronald McDonald House of South Jersey on a new program called Decorate and Donate. Each weekend the bakery hosts children for a Kid’s Cupcake Wars class where they make and decorate cupcakes to be donated to the children and families at the house.

Hearthside is a new restaurant coming to Collingswood on the corner of Haddon and Frazer avenues. The new space will feature a wood-fired oven and grill and include veteran front- and back-of-house staff from Treno in Westmont and Vernick Food and Drink in Philadelphia.

Once named the best food truck in the state, Oink and Moo BBQ will soon open the doors on its second brick and mortar location, the first in South Jersey, in Voorhees and serve up plenty of brisket, pulled pork, chili and more.

German grocery chain Lidl is looking to open its first stores in the U.S. and are eyeing several South Jersey locations including Cherry Hill, Gloucester Township and Cinnaminson.

 


Author: John Anthony

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