Our advertisers make Edible Jersey possible. Be sure to thank them by supporting their businesses. Tell them you saw their ad in Edible Jersey.


THE DESSERT PLATE | This sweet spot has been committed to baking from scratch and serving organic coffees since 2001. Stop in and enjoy the friendly, old-fashioned bakery atmosphere! 34 East Main Street #1, Somerville, 908.722.9881.

JUDITH’S DESSERT BOUTIQUE | Judith’s sells southern-inspired desserts baked from scratch. Their lemon, hummingbird, coconut, carrot and red velvet cakes are available at farmers markets and the Hatchery at Cherry Hills Whole Foods. 609.751.1154.

MUELLER’S BAKERY | A full-line retail bakery offering fresh, quality products made from scratch. Situated in a historic seaside town; top-notch service. 80 Bridge Avenue, Bay Head, 732.892.0442.

SQUIRREL & THE BEE | A grainless bakeshop and café, Squirrel & the Bee features delicious gluten-free, refined sugar-free, dairy-free and paleo products. 515 Millburn Avenue, Short Hills, 973.376.4888.

WILDFLOUR BAKERY/CAFE | With 100 percent gluten-free kitchens and ingredients, Wildflour bakes fresh breads, pastries and cakes. Their cafe menu is vegetarian with plenty of vegan options. Breakfast, lunch and catering. 2691 Main Street, Lawrenceville, 609.620.1100.


YOGI TEA | Over 100 exotic herbs and botanicals from around the world combine to create sweet and spicy herbal teas. Yogi caffeine-free teas leave you with a sense of well being and delight. Available at local retailers and online.


BOWMAN’S HILL WILDFLOWER PRESERVE | This preserve offers 134 protected acres, hiking trails, educational programs and more. Plants are propagated on site from local germplasm and are available for sale at our Native Plant Nursery. 1635 River Road, New Hope, PA, 215.862.2924.

JETTY | Jetty is a surf/ lifestyle apparel company that also operates the Jetty Rock Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to community. Check out its largest event, Hop Sauce Festival, on June 3! 509 N. Main Street Unit #3, Manahawkin, 800.900.6435.

LUNA PARC | The Luna Parc Atelier Foundation is an official nonprofit with the mission to facilitate creativity in all people, especially creative youth, by demonstrating the creative process through actual hands-on activity. 22 Degroat Road, Montague, 973.948.2160.

MORVEN MUSEUM | This national historic landmark showcases the rich cultural heritage of the Garden State through exhibitions and special events, including Morven in May: A Celebration of Art, Craft and Garden, May 6-8. 55 Stockton Street, Princeton, 609.924.8144.

PALMER SQUARE | Located across from Princeton University, Palmer Square boasts a unique collection of shopping and dining right in the heart of downtown. Enjoy the area’s best at this enticing shopping enclave. 40 Nassau Street, Princeton, 609.921.2333.

PHILLY FARM AND FOOD FEST | The Philly Farm & Food Fest is one of the country’s biggest and best single-day food festivals and a perfect way to kick off the spring harvest season. Join them on April 8 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

THE PRINCETON ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL | This annual event takes place March 27-April 2 and is sponsored by the Princeton Public Library. Additional special events are held throughout the year. 609.924.9529.


BLUE MOON ACRES | A 63-acre certified organic farm, Blue Moon Acres focuses on sustainability and soil biology. The result is fresh, delicious food. Visit their charming on-farm market for fresh produce and more. 11 Willow Creek Drive, Pennington, 609.737.8333.

BOBOLINK DAIRY & BAKEHOUSE | Renowned for farmstead cheeses crafted from the milk of grass-fed herds, Jonathan and Nina White also produce artisanal breads. Visit to tour and buy or shop online. 369 Stamets Road, Milford, 908.86. GRASS.

CROSS COUNTRY NURSERIES | Located in rural Hunterdon County and growing organic chile plants since 1993, this husband-and-wife team also offers organically raised eggplant, pepper and tomato plants. 199 Kingwood-Locktown Road, Stockton,

FOSSIL FARMS | Fossil Farms offers the finest ostrich, buffalo and other all-natural, farm-raised game meats. High-quality, organic products without hormones, antibiotics, medications or preservatives. Buy online or at their store. 81 Fulton Street, Boonton, 973.917.3155.

GRIGGSTOWN FARM | In 1975, George and Joan Rude started Griggstown Farm. Today, the farm raises and processes poultry right on the premises. Visit their farm market for superior quality poultry, pies and prepared foods. 484 Bunker Hill Road, Princeton, 908.359.5218.

RIDGE AND VALLEY CATTLE FARMS | Beef cattle grown and raised in Sussex County with products sold to quality restaurants and individuals. Also support local food pantries and kitchens. Call for price list and brochure. 973.713.2927

ZONE 7 | Named after our growing zone, distributor Zone 7 delivers fresh, organic and sustainable ingredients from local farms to restaurants and grocers. For more information, contact Mikey Azzara at 609.896.0190.


BURLINGTON COUNTY FARMERS MARKET | Jersey fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, prepared foods, flowers, crafts, entertainment and more. Farmers Market Saturdays, May 20-October 28, 8:30am- 1pm. 500 Centerton Road, Moorestown, 856.642.3850.

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN JERSEY CITY FARMERS MARKET | This market boasts over 25 vendors serving up tasty treats from fresh fruits and vegetables to freshly baked empanadas to homemade mozzarella. May through December, Monday & Thursday, 4-8pm at the grove PATH plaza, 201.547.3554.

RUTGERS GARDENS FARMERS MARKET | Since 2008, the market has provided a variety of products grown and produced locally, such as meat, cheese, vegetables, poultry, and baked goods. Regular market begins Friday, April 21, 11am- 5pm. 112 Ryders Lane, New Brunswick, 732.932.8451.

SUMMIT FARMERS MARKET | Fresh produce, coffee, granola, breads, mushrooms, nuts and berries and so much more. Saturdays, 10am-2pm, Calvary Episcopal Church, Summit, 908.277.6100.


BAY HEAD CHEESE SHOP | This popular shop has served the community for over 40 years. Enjoy a variety of domestic and imported cheese, various dips and hors d’oeuvres, and homemade quiche and soups. 91 Bridge Avenue, Bay Head, 732.892.7585.

BLACK RAIL COFFEE | Black Rail is a family-friendly coffee shop, featuring Intelligentsia for their coffee and espresso. They also offer a variety of teas, gourmet sandwiches and pastries. 800 Jackson Street, Hoboken, 201.222.7400.

BÜRBELMAIERS | Housemade savories created using old-world techniques and modern sentiment, from various sauces, spreads and pickles to their savory pies filled with anything from smoked chicken to bacon-cheddar burgers. 69 Main Avenue, Ocean Grove, 732.774.3674.

HOBOKEN FARMS | Hoboken Farms offers an expertly curated selection of locally baked artisan breads, fresh mozzarella cheese, pasta and meats at 30 weekly farmers markets, as well its delectable selection of sauces. 800.854.4644.

JOE LEONE’S | A beloved retail destination, Joe Leone’s Italian Specialty Store & Catering offers an expansive array of imported Italian groceries, homemade breads, fresh mozzarella, gift baskets and prepared dishes. 510 Route 35 South, Point Pleasant Beach, 732.701.0001. 527 Washington Boulevard, Sea Girt, 732.681.1036.

MUIRHEAD FOODS | Muirhead’s all-natural fine food products, including chutneys, jellies, fruit butters, mincemeats, cooking sauces, vinaigrettes and mustards enhance baked products and daily meals. Gift packages available. 800.782.7803.

TASSOT APIARIES | Family-run Tassot Apiaries specializes in raw, local, chemical-free, high-quality honey, as well as pure beeswax items. Shop at their honey farm (call ahead), farmers markets or online. Buzzing Acres Farm, 54 Rick Road, Milford, 908.264.4504.


BASIL BANDWAGON NATURAL MARKET | Since 1993, Basil Bandwagon has been offering the very best in sustainable and organic food and products. A shopping destination for health-conscious consumers. 276 Route 202, Flemington, 908.788.5737 38 Old Highway 22, Clinton, 908.735.3822.

DELICIOUS ORCHARDS | With the charm of a country food market, Delicious Orchards offers the best in meats, cheeses, pies, produce and more. Their gift boxes make an ideal gift. Route 34 South, Colts Neck, 732.462.1989.

PANGAEA NATURALS | This health food market has a mission to provide the community with sustainable, local, natural, fair trade and organic foods at fair prices. 657 East Bay Avenue #11, Manahawkin, 609.597.0017.

SICKLES MARKET | A family tradition of quality since 1908, Sickles Market offers gourmet and specialty foods and fresh produce as well as a garden center and fresh flowers. Gift baskets, too! Harrison Avenue off of Rumson Road, Little Silver, 732.741.9563.

WEGMANS | Devoted to helping their customers eat well and named fourth best of the 100 Best Companies to Work for 2016 by Fortune magazine, Wegmans has seven food market locations throughout New Jersey.

WHOLE EARTH CENTER | A natural foods and organic grocery store, Whole Earth Center offers a wide range of produce, grocery items, baked goods, nutritional supplements and an eat-in deli. 360 Nassau Street, Princeton, 609.924.7429.


BLUE RACCOON HOME FURNISHINGS | Blue Raccoon features made-in-America farmhouse dining tables, upholstery and accessories. Interior design services available. Open seven days a week. 6 Coryell Street, Lambertville, 609.397.5500.

JUST JERSEY | Offering a wonderful gift selection for any New Jersey resident or fan, Just Jersey sells gift boxes, upcycled goods, specialty foods, housewares, handcrafted jewelry, natural body care and other unique gifts. 163 South Street (at Elm), Morristown, 973.590.2820.


CHERRY STREET KITCHEN | Welcome to New Jersey’s newest commercial kitchen for chefs and food entrepreneurs! New, modern, convenient loading, attractive area near Route 1/ Route 206. See you soon! 1040 Pennsylvania Avenue, Trenton, 609.695.5800.


THE NATURE CONSERVANCY NEW JERSEY CHAPTER | The Nature Conservancy has been working to protect the lands and waters of New Jersey for people and wildlife since 1955. 200 Pottersville Road, Chester, 800.628.6860. 

NOFA-NJ | Northeast Organic Farming Association. A nonprofit supporting sustainable food and agriculture by providing educational programs and assistance to farmers, gardeners and consumers interested in the organic food movement. 334 River Road, Hillsborough, 908.371.1111.


12 FARMS RESTAURANT | By partnering with local growers 12 Farms secures fresh, local and organic-when-possible ingredients to cook for their customers. Their menu changes to reflect each season. 120 North Main Street, Hightstown, 609.336.7746.

ALTAMAREA GROUP | Chef Michael White and the Altamarea Group bring Osteria Morini, Nicoletta Pizzeria, and Due Mari to New Jersey for guests to enjoy Italian dining at its best.

ASBURY FESTHALLE & BIERGARTEN | This venue, along with Hoboken’s Pilsener Haus ( and Asbury Park’s The Bonney Read (, ranks among NJ’s favorite spots for great brews and food. 527 Lake Avenue, Asbury Park, 732.997.8767.

BRICK FARM TAVERN | Fine dining in the heart of Hopewell dedicated to authentic farm-to- table cuisine. The tavern boasts proteins from its sister farm, an on-site brewer and distillery, and seasonal produce. 130 Hopewell-Rocky Hill Road, Hopewell, 609.333.9200.

CODA KITCHEN & BAR | Offering inspired dishes with locally sourced and organic selections. Enjoy the large selection of local beers or original cocktails in this sophisticated, contemporary neighborhood restaurant. 177 Maplewood Avenue, Maplewood, 973.327.2247.

EMILY’S CAFÉ | The menu at this casual, bistro-style eatery includes daily soups, quiche, salads, paninis and more. The café also offers Small World Coffee, authentic Italian espresso and delicious house-made desserts. 9 North Main Street, Pennington, 609.730.1010.

THE FROG AND THE PEACH | This culinary gem offers inspired food and an impressive wine list. The inviting bar and private and corporate event services are added highlights. 29 Dennis Street at Hiram Square, New Brunswick, 732.846.3216.

HARVEST RESTAURANTS | Beginning with Trap Rock Restaurant & Brewery (opened in 1996), Harvest Restaurants has grown to ten unique eateries in New Jersey, all offering outstanding seasonal fare sourced from local ingredients. 973.656.1881.

THE MILFORD HOUSE | Formerly The Milford Oyster House, The Milford House is under new ownership and features a menu of savory seafood and classic American comfort food with an international flair. 92 Water Street, Milford, 908.995.9411.

NOMAD PIZZA | Nomad Pizza proudly features locally grown organic produce and delectable wood-fired, brick-oven pizza. Two locations in NJ, plus a restored 1949 REO Speedwagon food truck. 10 E Broad Street, Hopewell, 609.466.6623. 301 N Harrison Street, Princeton, 609.285.5187.

TERRA MOMO RESTAURANT GROUP | The Terra Momo Group offers dining experiences with the theme of earth, food, wine and an enjoyment of life through restaurants like Kingston’s Eno Terra, Princeton’s Mediterra and more.

WINBERIE’S RESTAURANT & BAR | Traditional American restaurant in the historic Summit Opera House. Local craft beer and freshly prepared cuisine at moderate prices. Eat, drink and dine with us. 2 Kent Place Boulevard, Summit, 908.277.4224.   


GREEN MEADOW WALDORF SCHOOL | Located on 11 beautiful acres, this school is dedicated to Rudolf Steiner’s inspiring curriculum of innovation and discovery. Nursery-grade 12; also a newborn-age 3 program. 307 Hungry Hollow Road, Chestnut Ridge, 845.356.2514.

PRINCETON WALDORF SCHOOL | Through a rich curriculum integrating the academic, artistic and practical, this school guides children toward self-knowledge by awakening their warmth of heart, clarity of thought and strength of purpose. 1062 Cherry hill Road, Princeton, 609.466.1970.


GARDEN STATE WINE GROWERS ASSOCIATION | The Garden State Wine Growers Association is the statewide advocacy and promotional channel of the New Jersey wine industry. Cream Ridge, 609.588.0085.

HAWK HAVEN VINEYARDS | Located in beautiful Cape May County. Relax in the vineyard with a glass of wine paired with a gourmet cheese plate. Live music events on select dates. 600 South Railroad Avenue, Rio Grande, 609.846.7347.

HOPEWELL VALLEY VINEYARDS | Blending old world fl air with new world style, this winery brings the Tuscan winemaking experience to the beautiful Hopewell Valley. Enjoy tastings, live music and mountain views. 46 Yard Road, Pennington, 609.737.4465.

JERSEY CIDER WORKS | Made exclusively from fresh-pressed apples, their Ironbound Hard Cider has a perfect balance of sweetness and acidity with just a hint of metallic funk. No added sugar. No added sulfi tes. Gluten free. 360 County Road 579, Asbury, 908.940.4115.

SHAWANGUNK WINE TRAIL | Shawangunk Wine Trail is home to 15 uniquely diverse wineries nestled between the Shawangunk Mountains and the Hudson River, just 60 miles north of NYC.

ST. FRANCIS WINERY | St. Francis Winery consistently produces luscious, elegant, fruit-driven wines that best interpret the richness and distinct varietal characteristics of Sonoma, California’s unique, diverse terroir. 707.538.9463.

STOCKTON FINE WINES & SPIRITS | Located along the Delaware River, this shop has developed a new reputation for service and an eclectic beer, wine and spirits selection at great prices. 17 Bridge Street, Stockton, 609.397.0587.

TROEGS INDEPENDENT BREWING | With year-round and seasonal brews, their lineup features hoppy ales and captivating lagers as well as wheat beers and Belgian-style ales. Troegs can be purchased in shops across the state.

Comments are closed.