All posts in I Heart JC

Love Bites!

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Especially when the bites are full of red velvet cheesecake and chocolate lavender…

If you haven’t heard yet, Garden State Food Tours is debuting this year with a very sinfully sweet pre-Valentine’s event which is sure to please!  A $35 ticket entitles you to TWO premium cocktails prepared by the ever so skilled LITM mixologists and desserts specially hand picked for our event from our favorites All Kinds of Whoopie and Milk Sugar Love. Read more…

Garden State Food Tours is the new movement in food and community!

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Hey guys!  I know I’ve been MIA, but I promise I have a good excuse!  I’ve been a little busy with a new project– I am now the Co-Owner and Creative Director of the Garden State Food Tours company!   So what is this project all about?   Read more…

A Celebration of Beer, Food, & Stories…

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I recently had the pleasure of meeting a really cool guy, with an even cooler job as a sales representative for a beverage company.  He invited me to this awesome event here in JC, hosted by Edible New Jersey and Brooklyn Brewery.  It was held at The Lighthorse Tavern last night, in the Paulus Hook area of downtown.  Read more…

Give Thanks!

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On this special day of gratitude, I would like to give thanks for my family which includes my close friends who I consider family.  I would also like to give thanks for my health and for the roof above my head, since both can be so easily taken.  Read more…

A Moveable Feast!

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For Ernest Hemingway Paris was a moveable feast.  For me this past Tuesday, my moveable feast was right here in Jersey City’s Hamilton Park.  All thanks to the new Garden State Food Tours company, with co-founder Alessia Aron a resident of Hamilton Park herself.  Read more…

The angel of food trucks <3

Here in Jersey City, we had our annual ‘All About Downtown Street Fair’.  Tons of locals come out to this event which boasts hundreds of vendors, food trucks, exhibits, art and live music.  Unfortunately I couldn’t attend this year because I had tickets to New York City Ballet’s Swan Lake (it was beautiful!).  Butttt there was just one thing that I just could not miss Read more…

There’s some new kids in town!

On my walk to the path today, I came across two new shops right on Grove and Mercer.  First one I noticed is in the old Ducky’s & Dumplings, few doors down from Marco & Pepe– it’s called ‘JC Made’.  The store front is simple, but super cute and lured me right in to check it out. As you walk in, there is the black sign pictured below, which states their mission and motto, along with their custom logo ‘I <3 JC’… Read more…
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