When you want something that sparks both the appetite and a conversation, hire Nomad Pizza’s unique food truck. This isn’t your average white box truck. Instead, it’s a restored 1949 REO Speedwagon that just so happens to come equipped with a wood-fired brick oven. Thin-crust pizza that makes even the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Craig LaBan ooze with compliments is what Nomad does best, with two locations in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Hopewell, New Jersey. The truck is limited to events within 30 miles of Hopewell.
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Matthew Quick was recently hired as rooms executive for the The Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation in Greensboro, Ga.
When Michael LaCorte was a boy, he would come home after school and watch Graham Kerr on his television cooking show, The Galloping Gourmet. The program helped inspire him to become a chef.
The PAMPI Gala Committee is soliciting help to create a supper club at the Radisson Blu Warwick Hotel.
They’re looking for support with décor, entertainment, excitement and anything that can make the upcoming gala an event to be remembered. Specifically, they need a floral partner, audio-visual team, musicians, photo booths and anyone else willing to lend a hand!
To offer your assistance, contact Emily Cathy Diem, director, special events, at email@example.com or 732.296.8015.
The New Jersey Tourism Industry Association awarded the Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement and Development Authority with the 2015 New Jersey Tourism Excellence Award at this year’s New Jersey Conference on Tourism.
“The Wildwoods are richly deserving of this prestigious award,” says Sharon Franz, president, NJTIA. “The Wildwoods’ innovative campaigns continue to draw millions of visitors, which, in turn, contributes greatly to the economic prosperity of the great state.”
On HGTV’s Kitchen Cousins, Anthony Carrino takes kitchens and flips them on their head—turning them from dull to drab.
And that is exactly what he did for Battello, a restaurant situated on the Hudson River in Jersey City, with a stunning view of the Manhattan skyline.
Irish beer, handcrafted wood furnishings, shepherd’s pie and eco-friendly jewelry, Tellus360 isn’t simply a restaurant.