Win 2 Free Tickets to The Big Brew Sussex Beer Festival on May 9!


Big Brew Sussex Beer Festival is a perfect opportunity for beer aficionados to meet and hang out. With over 200 unique tastings it’s a great place to discover new beers and speak to brewery representatives. Great craft beer, food trucks, live music, mechanical bull and more!!

I am giving away 2 FREE tickets to the event!

Here’s How to Enter the Facebook Contest:
1. You must “like” New Jersey Isn’t Boring and The Big Brew Beer Festival on Facebook.
2. When you see a status promoting the contest on Facebook (including the link to this blog post), you must LIKE and COMMENT  it as well. If you do not like/comment it, I have no way of tagging you as a winner.
3. A winner will be chosen on Monday, April 6th at 8pm. There will be  a Facebook post declaring the winner at that time.

Additional Details:BBNJS

The Big Brew Beer Festival is coming back to Sussex County, NJ!

The Big Brew Sussex Fest on May 9th will feature:
* Outdoors & Under Tents at the Sussex County Fairgrounds
* 200+ Craft Beers
* 6 Food Trucks
* Mechanical Bull
* Music by Sick Star Nation

Big Brew Sussex Beer Festival is also a benefit for the Newton Fire Museum.

Don’t Wait to Purchase Tickets!

Pricing will increase 2 weeks and 1 week before event

Tickets are available at:

$10 off with Promo Code: NJISNTBORING

Date: Saturday, May 9th, 2015; 1:30pm
Address: Sussex County Fairgrounds 37 Plains Rd, Augusta, NJ
Cost: $53 GA, $10 Designated Driver. Ticket Price increases on April 25th. Get Tickets HERE


Picture Taken from December’s Big Brew Sussex Festival


Diner Round Up – The Westfield Diner

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I really enjoy going to Westfield because it’s a great, small, walkable town with lots of shops and restaurants. One of these restaurants in the Westfield Diner, a very popular diner located in the downtown area. I went to check it out with friends, including my friend Krista who has a DIY blog called Creating Krista! (You should check it out)

The diner is super cute and clean, with it’s homemade desserts front and center when you walk in. Everything they had in their dessert case looked delicious.

Their menu is really big, but if you’re a planner like me you can look at the menu in advance on their website.

I decided on getting the Chesapeake Crabcake Salad because it sounded delicious and their crabcakes are made there, not frozen. Anything that involved crabcakes and avocado definitely has my interest.   My salad did not disappoint…it was delicious. And huge! I definitely got my money’s worth.

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Everyone at my table had something on their plate that looked tasty. I enjoyed the fact that the Westfield diner has typical diner food, but also more creative items on their menu.

I would highly recommend this diner!

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Address: 309 North Avenue East, Westfield
Phone: (908) 233-5200

To see their menu check out their Website

Diner Facts:
24 Hours – No
Parking Lot – Yes
Liquor License – No
Salad Bar – No
Homemade Desserts – Yes

Chocolate Egg Painting at Hunterdon Art Museum next Fri, April 3rd!

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Official Press Release:

Chocodiem and the Hunterdon Art Museum are teaming up on Friday, April 3 for a tasty and fun family event: painting chocolate eggs with dyed cocoa butter.

Two chocolate-egg painting sessions are being offered at the Museum at 11 a.m. or 1 p.m. for adults and children ages 6 and up.

Cost is $30 for two participants, and includes two chocolate eggs for painting, truffles to sample and a demonstration by artist Amanda Wentz. Indulge your sweet tooth and reserve your space by calling the Museum at 908-735-8415.

Chocodiem, 49 Main St. in Clinton, focuses on making the best chocolate possible. Using Old World Belgian standards, master chocolatier Jean-Paul (JP) Hepp, along with pastry chef, Kathleen Hernandez, hand make gourmet chocolates in small batches with unique and distinctive fillings and flavor combinations for any occasion.

The Hunterdon Art Museum, located at 7 Lower Center St. in Clinton, presents changing exhibitions of contemporary art, craft and design in a 19th century stone mill listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  It also offers a dynamic schedule of art classes and workshops for children and adults.


The Museum is at 7 Lower Center St. in Clinton, New Jersey, 08809. Our website is and our telephone number is 908-735-8415. Hours are Tuesday through Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm and suggested admission is $5.


The Hunterdon Art Museum presents changing exhibitions of contemporary art, craft and design in a 19th century stone mill listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Founded in 1952, the Museum is a landmark regional art center showcasing works by established and emerging contemporary artists. It also offers a dynamic schedule of art classes and workshops for children and adults.

Programs are made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, and by funds from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, New Jersey Cultural Trust, The Horizon Foundation of New Jersey and corporations, foundations, and individuals.  The Hunterdon Art Museum is a wheelchair accessible space.  Publications are available in large print.  Patrons who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired may contact the Museum through the New Jersey Relay Service at (TYY) 1 (800) 852-7899.

Boonton Main Street Presents “Poets on Main” Next Fri, April 3rd

FirstFriday_LogoExperience Boonton Main Street’s historic downtown! Businesses will be open late for an evening of sales, socializing, dining, art, and shopping. Visitors to Boonton Main Street during First Friday Late Night are encouraged to share photos on social media using the hashtags #BoontonPoets and #BoontonFF.

For More Info visit:
Facebook – BtnMainStreet
Twitter: @BtnMainStreet
Pinterest: Boontonmain
Instagram: @btnmainstreet

Date: Friday, April 3, 2015 from 5-9 PM
Address: Main Street, Boonton, NJ
Cost: Free

Official Press Release:


Boonton Main Street, Inc. will host First Friday Late Night: Poets on Main on Friday, April 3, from 5-9 PM. Businesses will be open late for dining, shopping, entertainment, socializing, and more. There will be poetry readings to celebrate National Poetry Month, and live music at select Main Street businesses.

“Poets on Main allows those who have a passion for poetry to have a forum to share their craft with attendees at our First Friday Late Night,” said Chris Manzella, Executive Director at Boonton Main Street. “We hope that this event brings together accomplished poets to inspire our community and hi-light National Poetry Month.”

First Friday Late Night: Poets on Main is a great opportunity to experience Main Street’s unique shops, amazing art galleries, and fabulous restaurants. Many of the galleries on Main Street have art openings on First Fridays that offer attendees the opportunity to meet with and engage the artists. Restaurants roll out the red carpet for their guests with nightly drink and food specials. First Fridays also offer retailers an opportunity to showcase new products and services.

Poets and their locations include:
-Iconic Images Art Gallery, 414 Main Street, 7 PM | Chris Hosea: Chris Hosea’s first book of poems, Put Your Hands In (LSU Press 2014), was chosen by Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award-winning poet John Ashbery for the Walt Whitman Award from the Academy of American Poets. Tabitha V.J. will also be reading at 8 PM.
-Bobby’s News & Gifts, 618-B Main Street, 6 PM | Marcia Ivans: Marcia Ivans is a local poet and author of three books of poetry. Open mic and poetry night for beginners and seasoned poets from 6 PM – 8 PM.  Listeners welcome!
-Speakeasy Art Gallery, 816 Main Street, 6 PM | Anthony Lusardi. Anthony Lusardi has had his poetry published in different anthologies including: “Best Poets and Poems of 2012″ and “International Who’s Who in Poetry” 2012 collection, both published by World Poetry Movement, “In My Lifetime: Memoirs” 2013 anthology and “Best Poets of 2014,” both published by Eber & Wein Publishing, from Shrewbury, PA. Mr. Lusardi is a 2013 graduate of Centenary College in Hackettstown and is a journalist for The Citizen newspaper.
-Culture Cabin, 1017 Main Street, 7 PM | Dr. Joyce McNeill, Boonton resident and professor of Literature at Berkeley College.

Musicians and their locations include:
-Glass and Vapes, 312 Main Street | Aduna: An African Drum Trio
-Heavenly Temptations, 712 Main Street | Walkin the Boulevard: A Classic Rock band playing songs from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s.
-Papyrus Home Design, 922 Main Street | Curious Skies: Light Rock

Visitors to Boonton Main Street during First Friday Late Night are encouraged to share photos on social media using the hashtags #BoontonPoets and #BoontonFF. Boonton Main Street raffles off a gift card from a local retailer each First Friday Late Night so patrons can come back and visit once again. See the BMS website for specific details.

For more information about the evening’s events please visit:

About Boonton Main Street Inc:

Boonton Main Street, Inc. is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization dedicated to preserving, promoting, and revitalizing the historic downtown shopping district of Main Street, Boonton, NJ. The organization is located at 620 Main Street, Boonton, NJ.

Monster Energy Supercross Set for April 25, 2015 @ Metlife Stadium!


Tour Stop Returns to the New York Area with the World’s Best Motocross Riders on Saturday, April 25; Great Seats Available!

The widely popular Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, makes its highly anticipated return to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. on Saturday, April 25. Gates open at 9:00AM where fans can cheer on their favorite riders during practice and qualifying heats and also attend the capacity crowd pit party. The Monster Energy Pit Party, with more than 20 interactive displays, gives fans an inside look at an array of sponsors and the opportunity to get up close and personal with the stars of Monster Energy Supercross. The Main Event starts at 3:00PM.

More than 500 truckloads of local dirt will transform MetLife Stadium into a motocross battleground, complete with jumps that will send riders soaring 70’ in distance and 30’ in height. Throughout race day, over 150 riders will be vying for spots in their respective division’s Main Events.

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Special Contest for Super Fans: By sharing Monster Energy Supercross at MetLife Stadium event updates via social media, fans will have the opportunity to win tickets, GoPro cameras, and other prizes. For more contest details, visit

Tickets to Monster Energy Supercross, an FIM World Championship, are available at the MetLife Stadium Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets, charge by phone (800) 745-3000, or online at or Practice and qualifying begin at 9:00AM and the Main Event starts at 3:00PM. Premium Club tickets are $125; Premium Field $100; Side Club and Side Field $70; Endzone Lower $50; Endzone 200 Level $35; 300 level $25/$15.

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For more information on the Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, please log on to, the official website of Monster Energy Supercross. To follow Monster Energy Supercross on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, log on to and Subscribe to our YouTube Channel at For all media requests, please contact Brian M. Lowe or 973-337-6395.

About Feld Motor Sports®

Feld Motor Sports, Inc. is the world leader in specialized arena and stadium-based motor sports entertainment.  Feld Motor Sports productions include Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam®, Monster Energy Supercross, AMSOIL Arenacross and Nuclear Cowboyz®.  Feld Motor Sports is a division of Feld Entertainment, the world’s largest producer of live family entertainment.  For more information on Feld Entertainment, visit

New Jersey Isn’t Boring Art Show Opening Reception, Exhibit Open Until 4/16

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The Opening Reception of the New Jersey Isn’t Boring Art Exhibit was a HUGE success! There were so many people there!

If you missed it…the exhibit is open until Thursday, April 16th! It’s a FREE exhibit! More info at and



View more pictures from the opening reception HERE

ALSO, if you do attend please be aware that the majority of the art work is for sale! So if you see anything you like, be sure to have your check book handy!

Dates: Now – Thurs, April 16, 2015 (Closed Easter Sunday)
Times: Monday – Thurs 10am to 4pm; Fri 10am to 2pm, Sat & Sun 1pm to 4pm
Address: Arts Guild NJ, 1670 Irving St, Rahway
Cost: FREE

Official Press Release:

Arts Guild New Jersey is pleased to present New Jersey Isn’t Boring, curated by Cyd Katz-Seidel creator of The exhibit will feature the artwork of the over thirty New Jersey artists who were selected through an open juried competition. The exhibition, which opened on March 22 , runs through April 16, 2015, at Arts Guild New Jersey, 1670 Irving Street, Rahway, NJ 07065. Gallery Hours are Mon-Thurs 10am-4pm, Fri: 10am to 2pm, Sat & Sun: 1-4pm or by appointment for groups of 10 or more. The exhibition is wheelchair accessible.

“If there is one thing that all New Jersey residents know to be true it’s that people who live in it love it, and outsiders have a bad impression of it. Years of terrible reality television shows have tarnished the reputation of the great, Garden State. It’s time for people to get back to appreciating a state that is known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant cities, great food, eclectic culture and so much more. New Jersey is becoming a stereotype and it’s time for things to change.” – Cyd Katz –Seidel, Curator.

Bruce Buns

“Bruce Buns 1.1″ by Chris Ernst

The intention of the exhibit is to provoke a new audience to take a new look at New Jersey. All artists exhibiting work are residents of New Jersey and their art work reflects different aspects of New Jersey including its beaches, landmarks, food, history, pop culture and more.

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“Pork Rollin'” by Jodi Walker

Featured artists for this exhibit are: Marina Ahun, Ron Brown, Robert Cashion, Chiara Chandoha, Denise Croft, Lauren Curtis, Richard Earl, Chris Ernst, Alex Flannery, Colleen Gahrmann, Corey Hudson, Mariya Kovalyov, Medha Kulkarni, Brian Lav, Zig Mantell, Diane Metz, Maria Mijares, Scott Modrzynski, Tina Morrison, Nancy Ori, Frank Parisi, June Ponte, Charlene Rieger-Velli, Howard Marc Steiman, Carol Taylor-Kearney, Erica Vojnich, Alan Walker, Jodi Walker, Claudia Waters, Grace Zambelli, and Michael Zambelli.

Trenton Makes, The World Takes

“Trenton Makes, The World Takes” by Marina Ahun

To learn more about the artists and the curator, visit

For more information about this program and exhibit opportunities at Arts Guild New Jersey visit and join our mailing list or contact us at: or by phone at (732) 381-7511.

About Arts Guild New Jersey:

Arts Guild New Jersey is a non-profit center for the arts located at 1670 Irving St. at Seminary Avenue in the Downtown Arts District of the City of Rahway.

Arts Guild New Jersey presents a yearly program of fine art exhibitions as well as three semesters of multi-week art classes for adults, teens and children, one-day workshops for adults, summer art workshops for kids and teens, and a variety of secondary art and cultural events, such as lectures and seminars.

The Art exhibits at the Guild focus primarily on the presentation of works by notable emerging New Jersey artists. We feature a wide range of mediums (painting, prints, photography, mixed media collage, construction/assemblage, sculpture, etc.) and a broad range of styles from photo realism to complete abstractions. Our exhibits aim to present an overview of current or enduring trends and directions in the contemporary art of New Jersey’s arts community.

It is the mission of Arts Guild New Jersey to present high level arts programs for the benefit of residents in Central and Northern New Jersey. We promote a broad range of the arts and the value of the arts for all people. Since 1999, the Guild has provided an increasing range of art events, activities and programs for a multi-county audience.

Address: 1670 Irving Street, Rahway, NJ 07065
Contact: (732) 381-7511 or info
Like them on Facebook Arts Guild New Jersey and Follow on Twitter @ArtsGuildNJ

To find out more about the downtown Rahway Arts District
Facebook: Rahway Arts District
Twitter: @Rahwayarts

Events to Check Out This Weekend – March 27th – 29th, 2015

New Jersey Isn’t Boring Art Exhibit – Open Until April 16

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This Sunday, I will be curating the first New Jersey Isn’t Boring art exhibit! The exhibit will be held from March 22nd – April 16th, 2015! It is FREE to attend! The event features over 30 NJ artists whose art work all represent New Jersey. If you can make it, that would be amazing! There will be food and beverages provided.

Dates: Now – Thurs, April 16, 2015 (Closed Easter Sunday)
Times: Monday – Thurs 10am to 4pm; Fri 10am to 2pm, Sat & Sun 1pm to 4pm
Address: Arts Guild NJ, 1670 Irving St, Rahway
Cost: FREE

New Jersey Jewish Film Festival - Now – March 29

Founded in 2000 by Caren and Herbert Ford, the New Jersey Jewish Film Festival has become one of the premier Jewish cultural events in the state. Enthusiastic MetroWest audiences anticipate the annual festival that offers the best of Israeli, American and international films of Jewish interest. As the festival has grown, so too has the number of high caliber Jewish-related films.  We promise a roster of first-run offerings that are nothing short of remarkable and, best of all, you can see enjoy them close to home! These are films that have not been shown in commercial theatres or on television. We also offer post screening discussions with the insightful speakers and commentators, including scholars, actors and directors. In addition to its two-week spring run, the festival offers several film programs at other times of the year, including the Reel Series and extra!. The festival offers many exciting opportunities to explore the breadth of the Jewish experience through cultural events that enrich the lives of thousands.

Rutgers Geek Week – March 23 – 28

Geek Week is an annual week of events celebrating all things “geeky” at Rutgers University. From tabletop and video gaming, to music, cosplay, academic panels based on gender and ethnic diversity, and more, Rutgers Geek Week has been nationally recognized by organizations such as ACPA and San Diego Comic-Con, and featured guests such as Chris Hardwick, Nick Offerman, and Tory and Kari of Mythbusters. By focusing on the students and their passions, Geek Week seeks to make meaningful differences in students lives by providing opportunities for them to find community, be accepted, and gain exposure to non-familiar topics and experiences in geek culture.

Dates: March 23rd – 28th, 2015
* See websites for addresses and costs

Hudson County CASA 9th Annual Wine Tasting – March 27


More than 90 wines selected by Cork Wine & Spirits will be featured at the tasting and accompanied by delicious foods and desserts by Battello. The night will also include a VIP tasting of premium spirits, an exciting silent auction, cork pull, and free valet parking! Proceeds from this event support CASA’s advocacy work on behalf of Hudson County foster children.

Date: Friday, March 27, 2015 – 6:00pm to 10:00pm
Address: Battello; 502 Washington Blvd, Jersey City, NJ
Cost: $85-$95. Get tickets HERE

Country and Wine @ Natali Vineyards – Mar 28

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On March 28th Natali Vineyards will be hosting a Country & Wine Event from 1-6pm. Put on your dancing shoes and join us under the tents and in the vines. We will be serving sangria by the glass, tastings and wines by the glass or bottle. We are lucky to have Nashville Don and Sark as our live entertainment for the day. As always we will have local vendors on hand.

Date: Saturday, March 28, 2015; 1pm to 6pm
Address: Natali Vineyards; 221 N. Delsea Drive (Rt. 47 N), Cape May Court House
Cost: Free Admission

Cork and Pork – March 28

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12 New Jersey wineries will come together at the Renault Winery Resort & Golf. All the wineries will have new wines and the latest vintages for you to sip, savor and enjoy. Renault’s talented chef will have an array of pork inspired treats for you to purchase. For more information and to purchase tickets visit

Dates: Saturday, March 28th, 2015; Noon to 4pm
Address: Renault Winery; 72 N. Bremen Ave. Egg Harbor City, NJ
Cost: $10 in advance, $15 at Door.

Beers on the Boards – March 28

Date: Saturday, March 28th; 12:30pm to 9:30pm (2 sessions)
Address: Martells Tiki Bar; 308-310 Point Pleasant Boardwalk, Point Pleasant Beach
Cost: $55 GA, $25 DD. Get Tickets Here

Surati Holi Hai 2015 – Festival of Colors - Mar 28


HOLI, the festival of color, is one of India’s most popular festivals. It is celebrated at the beginning spring where people lovingly smear color on each other and celebrate with music, dance, good food and drinks. This year, again, Jersey City’s SURATI for Performing Arts, is excited to bring to the people of the tri-state area and beyond, its 7th annual Holi event.The event will be hosted outdoors Exchange Place and Grundy Pier, Jersey City and will be FREE to the public. The event will start at 12 Noon and go to 6 pm. There wlil be booths selling art and craft and jewelery, food and beverages as well. (Rain date: Sunday, March 29).

Date: Saturday, March 28th, 2015; Noon to 6pm
Address: Exchange Place – Grundy Pier; Montgomery & Hudson Sts., Jersey City
Cost: Free

Adult Easter Egg Hunt @ Four Sisters Winery – Mar 28 & 29

Two Seatings at 1pm and 3:30pm. There is a kid in all of us! Come and hunt for the eggs placed all around the farm and have some fun just like you use too. Each egg has a surprise, some with candy, some with a special prize and a few with tickets to one of our upcoming events. A formal wine tasting gets you in the mood for the hunt and a informative wine cellar tour concludes your day. Light refreshments will be served. Limited seating so reserve your tickets now.

Dates: March 28th, 29th and April 4th, 2015
Address: 783 County Route 519, Belvidere, NJ
Cost: $10 in advance by calling 908-475-3671, $20 at door

Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market - March 29


The Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market is a punk rock-inspired flea market that takes place three times per year. We include vendors selling everything from vintage clothing, original artwork, antiques, silkscreened posters and handmade jewelry to handmade tshirts, vintage toys, vinyl (of course) and numerous other interesting curiosities and unique collectibles.

Dates: Sunday, March 29; 10am to 5pm
Address: Historic Roebling Building; 675 South Clinton Ave, Trenton, NJ
Cost: $4


Castle Point Anime Convention – March 29

Castle Point Anime Convention is created and organized by the members of the Stevens Anime Club and will be held on the campus of Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey. Castle Point Anime Convention is just minutes away from New York City and is easily accessible by PATH, NJ Transit, ferry, and bus. Castle Point Anime Convention aims to promote anime, manga, and Japanese culture as well as providing a fun experience for attendees.

Date: March 29, 2015, 9AM to 10PM
Address: Stevens Institute of Technology; 599 River St, Hoboken, NJ
Cost: $15. Get Tickets HERE

Comic Art Con – March 29

NO COMIC BOOKS! No fan boys! No hustle and bustle of the big cons! This is a gathering of Comic Art collectors in a friendly venue to buy, sell, trade, network and talk about comic art . . . and only comic art! Vendors and collectors gather from all over the country for what is truly a comic art collectors dream – a jammed packed room with wall to wall comic art. If you collect comic book art then this is the convention for you!

Date: Saturday, March 29th, 2015; 10am to 4:30pm
Address: Empire Meadowlands Hotel; 2 Harmon Plaza, Secaucus
Cost: $10, children free

Brewery Review: Lunacy Brewing Co in Magnolia, NJ


I am very quickly checking off  visiting a lot of breweries all around New Jersey! Good thing I recently became a NJ Craft Beer Member!

This past weekend I got to go to three breweries in one day! My first stop was the Lunacy Brewing Co, which is located in Magnolia, NJ. If you’re driving around looking for it, it’s across the street from the Lowe’s in town.

The tap room is located in a warehouse, and the area itself is very cozy. They have couches, tables, and a bar where customers can hang out and drink.


They had 6 beers on tap, which you can try a “shorty” size for $2 a piece, two of the more limited beers were $3. I tried 5 out of the 6 beers.

Beers I tried while I was there:


– Lunacy IPA
– Moon Howler Pale Ale
– Chocolate Peanut Butter Stout
– Sanitarium Double IPA
– Beautiful Baby’s Belgian Blonde Ale

The beer I did not try was a coffee stout, which is not really my thing. My friends loved it though!

My favorite beer was the Belgian Blonde Ale, so I ended up taking home a 32oz growler (which has already been finished by the time this post has been published).

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All and all, it’s a great brewery with a great staff! I definitely plan on going back. They also had a lot of great merch, including t-shirts which can be seen here:


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Be sure to check them out! Details are below!

About Lunacy Brewing Co:


Address: 214 Davis Rd, Magnolia, NJ; (609) 379-5862
Hours: Friday: 5 PM – 10 PM; Saturday: 12 PM – 8 PM

Check out more info on their Website!

Like them on Facebook, Follow on Twitter @LunacyBrewery & Instragram

Diner Round Up – The Sunset Diner in Ocean Twp

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The Sunset Diner in Ocean Twp (or Wanamassa depending on who you ask) is a great little diner in the center of tons of shopping. It is also 3 minutes away from Kane Brewing in case you are looking for a meal and a beer.

The diner itself is bigger than it looks for the outside, but it is still  a pretty small diner.  Blink and you could miss it! Although it was the morning Sunday rush, we luckily got a table very quickly. The staff is very friendly there.

Their prices are extremely affordable. It’s probably one of the most affordable diners I’ve ever been to.

I ended up getting a Mediterranean omelet that was basically a gyro omelet, which is pretty cool. It had feta, onions, tomatoes, and a choice or chicken or beef gyro. It also came with pita instead toast which I found delightful.  Plus it came with a side of tzatziki sauce!

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The diner is a definitely a local hang out and seems to get a ton of repeat business . You should see their pictures of celebrities who have dined there! It’s cute, it’s cozy and most importantly their food is great (you should see their desserts!). I definitely recommend it!

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Address: 3315 Sunset Avenue, Ocean Township, NJ
Phone: (732) 775-0080

Diner Facts:
24 Hours – No
Parking Lot – Yes, it’s in the back. Plus street parking
Liquor License – No
Salad Bar – No
Homemade Desserts – Yes

7th-annual Global Fund for Women Benefit @ Maxwell’s Tavern, April 11, 2015

11018646_798585680214845_8256637712476692414_nPress Release:

The 7th-annual Global Fund for Women Benefit will be held at the newly renovated Maxwell’s Tavern in Hoboken, NJ. We are thrilled to be back at this historic location on 11th and Washington. Completely redesigned with a brand new stage and sound system, this room is a great place to see a show.

Taking place on Saturday April 11 2015, the show — which is a fundraiser for Global Fund for Women — will feature performances by Valerie Reaper & The Keepers, clueLess, Sylvana Joyce & The Moment, and The Back Room Deal. There will be a raffle for some awesome prizes being donated by local Hoboken businesses and be sure to come early for dinner.

Hosted by Stephen Bailey, founded by Nelson Pla and presented by Clueless Events, the GFW Benefit Concert Series continues to raise money and  awareness for the work of Global Fund for Women in a fun, entertaining way.

Global Fund for Women is an international network committed to a world of equality and social justice. Founded in 1987, this nonprofit organization defends women’s rights by making grants to support women’s groups. They promote the economic security, health, safety, education and leadership of women and girls worldwide.

Event Details:globalfundforwomen
GFW2015 Concert to Benefit Global Fund for Women
Saturday April 11, 2015, 8:00PM
Maxwell’s Tavern (1039 Washington St Hoboken NJ 201-653-1703)
$10.00 Cover (proceeds to benefit Global Fund for Women) – Get Tickets HERE

Live Performances by:

– Valerie Reaper & The Keepers
– clueLess
– Sylvana Joyce & The Moment
– The Backroom Deal

Hosted by:
Stephen Bailey

Local businesses will be donating prizes for our annual raffle. Details to come.

For more information click HERE