Enjoy New Jersey dining and drinking this September with special dinners, a sushi class and more. And if you’re heading to the shore before summer ends, check out New Jersey Monthly‘s best places to eat by the beach.
Feast of San Gennaro, Spuntino Wine Bar and Tapas • Clifton
This Italian spot is celebrating the Feast of San Gennaro all month. In Naples, Italy, the feast is thought to bring a full year of good fortune. The month-long feast will include a special menu with dishes such as speck in carrozza, pork medallion and cherry peppers, chocolate chip zeppoli, and wine pairings. The feast is $32 per person.
70 Kingsland Road, Clifton; 973-661-2435
With a new school year starting, parents can get 10 percent off their order at Habit Burger Grill if they mention “first day of freedom” or show their child’s back-to-school photo. The promotion lasts all day.
916 Hamburg Turnpike, Wayne; 862-684-8168
311 Pre/Post Party, Ocean Casino Resort • Atlantic City
September 16, 5 pm
American rock band 311 is performing at Ocean Casino’s Ovation Hall. Before and after the show, Villain & Saint, the resort’s casual dining bar and lounge, is hosting a celebration featuring drink specials starting at $5, giveaways, prizes and more.
500 Boardwalk, Atlantic City; 609-783-8000
Rosé Wine Dinner, La Mer Beachfront Resort • Cape May
September 16, 6 pm
The Pier House, La Mer’s waterfront restaurant, is hosting a wine dinner focused on rosé. The four-course dinner includes dishes such as smoked salmon, Manhattan clam chowder, honey roasted lamb and marshmallow meringue. Each dish is paired with a different rosé. Tickets are $85 per person.
1317 Beach Avenue, Cape May; 609-898-2244
Sushi School, Kuro (Hard Rock Hotel & Casino) • Atlantic City
September 18, 2-4 pm
Every month, this sushi spot invites guests into the kitchen for a lesson in sushi making. Guests can sip sake and indulge in Kuro’s own award-winning sushi. Tickets are $55.
1000 Kuro, Boardwalk; 609-449-1000
Through End of Summer
This waterfront restaurant overlooking the Hudson has introduced Wine & Pearls, a new list highlighting oyster-friendly sparkling and white wines. Each bottle on the list comes with eight oysters. The menu is available every day through the end of summer in mid-September. Halifax also offers $1.50 oysters all day every Monday.
225 River Street (W Hotel), Hoboken; 201-253-2500
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