Category: Hospitality

The Spirit of Small Business: Riverview Wine and Spirits

The Heights of Jersey City is a burgeoning community atop the New Jersey Palisades. Once regarded as merely the cheaper residential neighbor to Hoboken, The Heights is now a destination of its own but with a distant familiarity. It has the culture of NYC, the positive energy of LA, and ‘all the grit, salt, and

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Dante NYC Launched APERItiki Menu At Moby’s

Dante NYC and Moby’s, two iconic eateries, partnered up in July to bring Hamptonites the best of summer sipping style. Moby’s recently returned for its eighth season in East Hampton. In adapting to unprecedented pandemic times, the location at 341 Pantigo Road includes an indoor lifestyle market, extensive to-go offerings (check out this adorable Italian

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Love Coffee, Love People

Since the mid-1600s coffee shops have been cultural hubs for connectivity, a place to unwind and think. As the centuries have rolled on the technology may have changed but the allure of a cozy café remains prevalent. Hybrid Coffee + Kitchen is the newest coffee shop to open in the Jersey City area, at 110 Cambridge

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Spotlight: Antonella Bertello

This article first appeared in The Independent Newspaper. Read more about #EverythingEastEnd here   The Baker House 1650 celebrated its 15th summer under the ownership of Antonella Bertello. She originally purchased the property as a 1031 exchange (redo and resell) but couldn’t let it go. When the doors officially opened to the public on Valentine’s

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Maserati To Montauk

  This article first appeared in The Independent Newspaper. Read more about #EverythingEastEnd here Maserati: it’s not a car, it’s an experience. I’d never driven a car with an MSRP reaching six figures. Purchasing my 2011 Hyundai, straight from the showroom post-college graduation, was about the biggest sense of automotive accomplishment I’ve achieved. So, when

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