Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Community News: PS Wine Bar Class, Graze and Braise New Menu, Lighthouse Fundraiser, and More

Jersey City

  • PS Wine Bar is hosting an introduction to natural wines, "What is Natural Wine?", featuring seven wines, information, and fun. The class is this Thursday, 10/11, from 7-9pm. Tickets are $50/person. 
  • Jersey and Co. Gelato has started offering hot drinks as we move into the colder weather. Right now, they're offering hot chocolate, a pumpkin spice latte, and a chai latte, along with their regular coffee menu, all made in-house. 
  • Mordi's Sandwich Shop is now selling Fat Man Cookies, a new business based in Jersey City with a focus on making different styles and flavors of crinkle cookies. 
  • Graze and Braise has launched a new fall menu with some new additions like a mushroom burger, sesame orange chicken, Thai turkey meatballs, and more. 
  • The Kitchen Step has started a new Saturday Cypher tasting menu. Every Saturday, they will have a new six course menu with suggested cocktail pairings available along with their regular menu. 
  • Tea NJ will be slowly rolling out more items to their vegan menu soon, available in-store and for delivery. 
  • The Jersey City Wine Fest is this Saturday, 10/13 at Harborside, 200 Hudson Street. There will be wines from all over the world as well as food from vendors like Mozzarepas, Angry Archies, Pizza Vita, Waffle It & Co, Bang Cookies and more. The event runs from 6pm-9:30pm and tickets are $70. Designated Driver tickets are $15. 


Outside Jersey City
  • On Tuesday, 10/23, join The Lighthouse in Hoboken for a fundraiser offering cocktails, light fare, and live music. The suggested donation is $50 and the money raised will go towards providing housing and other resources for refugees and immigrants recently released from detention centers in the surrounding area. 
  • Tony Boloney's has started carrying Sicilian slices. They're serving them at both their Hoboken and Atlantic City locations. 
  • The Division of ABC (Alcoholic Beverage Control) announced that it would suspend it's controversial ruling on limiting how many events and what kind of activities could happen at tasting rooms of craft breweries until they could investigate and work with the necessary stakeholders further. The initial ruling limited the amount of events a craft brewery could have in their space, the number of "themed" or activity nights they were allowed, and how many off-site events they could participate in, based on the argument that craft breweries shouldn't be allowed the same privileges as bars; however, the restrictions put in place were considered excessively prohibitive, amounting to nothing more than legislative red tape and would likely lead to a negative impact on the craft beer industry. 

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