restaurants

Meet AC Signs Five-Year Contract

AnimeNEXT—the largest independently organization Japanese anime convention in the New York and New Jersey—just signed a five-year contract to host the event at the Atlantic City Convention Center.

Meet Leah Neumann

These interviews are part of a series that highlights new hires within the industry. Have you recently started a new role or do you know someone who has? Submit your ideas to brittany.trevick@tigeroak.com.

Leah Neumann was recently hired as the catering and delivery director for FIG & OLIVE, a restaurant with eight locations across the country. Neumann is working to expand the brand’s catering opportunities in California.

Discover Lehigh Valley Launches Television Channel

Those looking for activities and areas to explore in the Lehigh and Northampton counties can now simply turn on their television instead of combing the Web for ideas.

Discover Lehigh Valley, the destination marketing organization for the area, partnered with RCN and Service Electric television stations to give viewers a taste of the Lehigh Valley area on Channel 189.

Area Restaurants Promote Locally Sourced Food

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THE FARM-TO-TABLE MOVEMENT has become all the rage around the U.S., and Pennsylvania is no exception. Many restaurants in the area have teamed with farmers and other food producers to deliver fresh, locally grown food to their patrons. For event planners concerned about their carbon footprint, there are plenty of restaurants throughout the state to hold events and meetings that feature fresh eats straight from the farm.

Cooper River Park Restaurant Will Feature Famous Chef

Cooper River Park is receiving a $23 million dollar overhaul, encompassing 374 acres across multiple towns. The renovation will include updates to the health and wellbeing of the river, a new stadium, and a new restaurant. The group spearheading the project of adding a restaurant to the park includes restaurateurs Kevin Meeker and Mike DeBenedictis, architect John Ruiz, and representatives of the Camden County freeholders.

Bernardsville and Basking Ridge Offer Charm and Rustic Sophistication

Bernardsville and Basking Ridge straddle the Interstate 287 corridor in northern Somerset County. Rich in Revolutionary War history, this area was developed in the latter half of the 19th century, when wealthy New Yorkers took the train dubbed the Millionaire’s Express out to the Somerset Hills to escape the commotion of the city.

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