Target Portrait Studios are operated by professional photographers who aim to help you capture special moments. Target's studios can be decorated for most any type of shoot, whether you're celebrating a mom-to-be, a graduation, or an upcoming holiday. Subjects also have the opportunity to choose their own backdrops or props, and they can even bring in their favorite toy or invisible friend. The customization doesn't end with the shoot, though?digital files can be personalized with borders, designs, and quotes and then printed in a variety of sizes.
The seas have been the frontier of some of humanity’s greatest travels and the source of some of its most delicious food. Savor Restaurant's chefs celebrate the sea’s diversity of flavors with a robust menu of oceanic treats. At their raw bar, they prepare fresh shellfish such as oysters or clams on the half shell for consumption in their naturally briny juices. They augment the flavor of other seameats, searing Atlantic salmon in sherry wine sauce or baking tender cod with fresh herbs and roasted potatoes. Savor's culinary crew also a crafts a number of authentic pasta dishes, including wild mushroom ravioli and seafarer-friendly zuppa di pesce, served with clams, mussels, shrimp, scallops, and eye patch.
According to legend, Elias Atrum—a recluse dubbed "Old Eli" by area townsfolk—first farmed the grounds in the 1800s. When locals began disappearing, the authorities’ investigation pointed toward Eli’s farm, where they stumbled upon unspeakably gruesome sights. Now, every October, the farm fills with the sound of screams and Eli’s maniacal laughter.
Creepy Hollow’s Atrum Farm tells the gruesome story surrounding the locale, tracing Eli's grim descent and the carnage that he left in his wake. New this year, Paranoia—a second trail—lures intrepid guests through more of the haunted grounds, highlighting the sinister presence that lingered long after the mad farmer disappeared. This trail maintains a petrifying mood made all the more unsettling by strobe lights, fog machines, and loud noises. For easily frightened guests, Creepy Hollow includes a relaxing moonlight hayride through some of the 1,000 acres of farmland and a 5-acre, family-friendly corn maze. The staff also keeps teeth from chattering with concessions such as hot dogs, hot cider, and hot chocolate.
Since 1967, the Mandreucci Family has lured in diners with the scent of bubbly margherita pizzas, sopressata sandwiches on semolina bread, and chicken, sausage, and shrimp mingling with rich sauces on plates of pasta. Tan brick and colorful murals of wholesome Italian ingredients surround families and couples as they twirl linguini around their fork tines or munch on slices of vodka-penne pizza, a specialty pizza topped with vodka sauce and diced ham. During catered events, guests can avoid eye contact with an old lab partner by preoccupying themselves with fresh fruits, antipasti, penne pomodoro, lasagna, and veal.
The Pino name has been a Highland Park mainstay since the inaugural Pino's grocery opened nearly 100 years ago. Its current incarnation is Pino's Gift Basket Shoppe and Wine Cellar, a specialty outfit that purveys wine, beer, liquor, and gift baskets. Here, customers can sample craft brews and internationally sourced wines at the newly opened tasting bar or take home an elegant gift basket of edible goodies, such as artisan salsas, tapenades, and popcorn.
A featured business in the New York Times, Alan's Orchard is an indoor market committed to better serving the community and environment by stocking their aisles with organic produce, free-range poultry, and grass-fed beef, among the assorted products of local farmers and artisans. Unlike pickles that try to sneak pandas past customs, the unsuspicious Picklelicious fresh pickles (pint $4.99, quart $6.99) are one of one of many vegetables plucked from New Jerseyan soil that complement sandwiches on bread from Baker's Bounty ($2.99-$4.99 per loaf). Cheese chasers can corral curds by the quarter-pound with a selection of organic cow cheeses ($4.99), mixed milk cow and sheep cheeses ($5.99), and pure sheep cheeses ($6.49) from Valley Shepherd and Cherry Grove.