Have you ever heard the one about the cobbler’s kids and how they have no shoes? Sometimes what we do all day long doesn’t always translate well to our home life. If you’re planning events from 9am until whenever, the last thing you want to do is plan something in your personal life. It’s November, which means that ultimate event—Thanksgiving—is right around the corner. If you haven’t figured out what you’re doing yet, or just want to take a break this year, our friends at Diaz-Schloss pulled together a cheat sheet of a few NJ restaurants that are serving turkey and all of the trimmings.
Step inside Chakra to a sexy, stylish setting. Handcarved Cambodian reliefs are set within walls crafted of 120-year-old textured bricks, and an eclectic New American menu keeps taste buds guessing. Located in Paramus, Chakra celebrated its 10th anniversary in April 2014. Chakra also welcomes private events for groups from two to 250.
—1 oz. Four Roses Bourbon
—1 oz. Bols Pumpkin Smash
—.5 oz. pear puree
—.5 oz. house-infused spiced vermouth*
—1 dash lemon juice
—4 pods green cardamom
—1 dash of Peychaud’s Bitters