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Cuisine Type: Deli food, bagels, and baked goods
Most popular offering: Lunches
Kid-friendly: Yes
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Alcohol: None
Number of Tables: 5–10
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Established: 1998
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes

Q&A with Joe, Owner

In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
We offer a full menu that spans breakfast, lunch and catering. We also offer daily and holiday specials.

What is one of your most popular offerings? How is it prepared?
Our fresh authentic water bagel topped with cream cheese, sliced smoked salmon, onions, tomato, and capers

Décor can say a lot about the type of food a restaurant serves. How does your décor inform or reflect your culinary practice?
Our restaurant is bright and inviting, and features TV and WiFi.

986 Main St

Cuisine Type: Alcohol-infused donuts and desserts
Established: 2013
Reservations: Not offered
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Parking: No parking
Most popular offering: Alcohol-infused donuts
Kid-friendly: No
Alcohol: Full bar
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No

75A Lake rd

The family that owns Valley Cottage Deli & Catering whips up just the right food for any occasion—whether that occasion is a laid-back brunch with friends or graduations or communions. Diners can stop into the eatery for pancakes, omelets, and waffles in the morning, or gourmet Boar's Head deli sandwiches and home-made salads at lunch. Chefs cater all types of events with hors d'oeuvres, Italian entrees, and desserts that they prepare onsite. And food isn't the only thing they bring to events; they'll also rent out chairs, tables, dinnerware, and party gear such as popcorn machines and 6-foot charcoal grills.

499 Kings Hwy
Valley Cottage,

Chef Chanelle Watson has a talent that most superheroes would envy: she can turn liquids into (delicious) solids. At Chanelle's Heavenly Treasures, some of her most popular desserts are liquor-infused cakes and cupcakes, all of which are inspired by cocktails. The Patron cupcake, for example, features a tequila-infused cake and tequila frosting, and is garnished with a slice of lime. Other intoxicating concoctions include a Hennessey and Coke variant—decorated with Hennessey-infused chocolate buttercream and drizzled with a Coca Cola reduction—and mimosa, made with a Grand Marnier and champagne-infused orange cake, and topped with Grand Marnier buttercream and crystalized sugar.

These cocktail cupcakes might seem ultra-modern, but Chanelle's baking style skews traditional. She makes all of her gourmet desserts from scratch—that means no added preservatives, stabilizers, or dust from a sugar plum fairy's wings. The only extra ingredient added is a personalized touch, whether it's a sorority logo on a cake pop or your favorite type of cookie in an edible bouquet. And for custom orders, Chanelle always schedules a dessert planning session with her clients, and follows up with them after they've received—and devoured—their confections.

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2 Claremont Gardens

Bedford Gourmet’s sumptuous prepared foods and deluxe groceries fill stomachs with fine ingredients in the form of gourmet cheeses, snack delicacies, coffees, teas, prepared meals, and more. The delicacy depot prides itself on its selection of more than 100 cheeses, including the award-winning Rainbeau Ridge variety, which is produced in Bedford Hills (starting at $16.95 per lb.).

652 Old Post Rd

Allendale's seasoned skillet wielders sizzle up a menu of breakfast dishes and, according to New Jersey Monthly magazine, some of the best soups, salads, and sandwiches in the state. Awaken sluggish appetites with a selection from the bevy of breakfast spreads, such as the Truck Driver ($7.95)— two eggs, toast, and pancakes, with a choice of bacon, sausage, ham, or CB radio—or the homemade corned-beef hash ($8.25). Or quell the moans of afternoon stomach gnomes with a hearty helping of Kyle’s Famous pulled pork—slow-roasted succulence marinated in a signature barbecue sauce and enswathed between the soft ends of a roll slathered with its pre-fame friend, coleslaw ($7.95). Served on a wide variety of breads, rolls, and wraps, Allendale Eats! sandwiches are made with Boar’s Head brand meats and cheeses, including the Virginia ham ($5.45) and eggplant parmigiana hero ($6.95). Like a vegetable chef's washing machine, Allendale Eats! rotates soup flavors, offering up classics such as chicken noodle ($2.95 for a small cup) and distinctive delicacies such as potato leek, and crab and corn chowder ($3.95 each for a small cup). For junior noshers, a children’s menu slings out a slew of mini meals, such as a chocolate-chip pancake served with bacon and orange juice ($4.95), and the grilled-cheese sandwich served with a cookie and a drink ($4.95). A new, ever-changing dinner menu adds nightly pasta, entree, and dessert specials to the mix.

101 W Allendale Ave