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June, 2006

Inside This Edition: New Jersey Dining - Jersey Spin Best Of New Jersey Awards For 2006 - 2007; Jersey Shadow Review: Cloverleaf Tavern in Caldwell, NJ And Shoreguy Beach Guide for Summer 2006

 

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Jersey Spin - Best Of New Jersey Awards

2006 - 2007

Originality - Excellence - Quality

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Jersey Spin - Best Of New Jersey Awards - It is with great pleasure and excitement that we present the first annual Jersey Spin - Best Of New Jersey Awards for 2006-2007. This year 4 dining establishments were singled out for their exemplary contributions to the New Jersey dining scene. These 4 restaurants delivered a tremendously unique and pleasant dining experience in the finest tradition of New Jersey as a place of invention and culture. New Jersey is a great place full of history, intrigue and diversity and the - Jersey Shadow - and Jersey Spin are proud to salute in alphabetical order:

Attilio's Kitchen - Jersey Spin - Best Of New Jersey Award 2006-2007 original review

Indigo Smoke - Jersey Spin - Best Of New Jersey Award 2006-2007 original review

Rod's 1890's Ranch House - Jersey Spin - Best Of New Jersey Award 2006-2007 original review

Voodoo Steakhouse - Jersey Spin - Best Of New Jersey Award 2006-2007 original review

We would like to mention that although it is possible to advertise on Jersey Spin it isn't possible to request a review or enter to try and win this award. The Jersey Shadow and Jersey Spin are continuously seeking out new places to include in the pages of Jersey Spin, so chances are that if you don't see a place you know of, it will appear in time. Suggestions of places are welcome but no guarantee is made that the Jersey Shadow will check it out, but each suggestion will be considered.    Congratulations to these awesome restaurants for their originality, excellence and superior quality. - Jersey Shadow -

Summertime is outdoor time: Be sure to check out an excellent Italian hot dog at Dickie Dee's or Jimmy Buff's; a sausage sandwich from the boardwalk in Seaside Heights and a submarine sandwich from White House Subs in Atlantic City.  Summer is here and it's time to get out and enjoy a taste of New Jersey -Jersey Shadow -
 

 

    

 
Cloverleaf Tavern - Over in Caldwell is a place where folks meet up for food and drink called the Cloverleaf Tavern.  This friendly Tavern on Bloomfield Avenue has been in existence since 1933 as evident from the vintage feel to the exterior.  On this particular Tuesday night, the bar was busy and the tables were filled.  It appears that this place is known for steaks and pub grub but something called Cloverleaf Chicken caught my eye and I decided to be adventurous and try it.  This chicken was marinated in beer and spices and although it had an interesting flavor I wasn't impressed with it.  Those who like subtle flavor in their food might well love it, but I was under whelmed.  This place has a lot of character and the Caesar Salad I ordered with my meal was very good.
 
I tasted my guests cheddar burger and it was superior, as were the fries.  While I wouldn't recommend anyone who is into flavor that pops try the chicken I had, I would say the Cloverleaf Tavern is a good place to check out.  The prices are excellent and the service was good the evening I was there.  Judging by the diverse crowd, it seems like a local dependable favorite.  On a future trip I'd be a little less adventurous in my ordering and happy to stop by for a burger or try a steak or some other pub grub. - Jersey Shadow -
 
 
Cloverleaf Tavern
395 Bloomfield Avenue
Caldwell, NJ 07006
Phone: 973-226-9812

 
Jersey Spin - Local Flavor Tidbit! - Bloomfield Avenue in this part of New Jersey runs from Newark through Bloomfield, Montclair and Caldwell to name a few places as it makes its way though Essex County.  Along the way, this stretch of road mentioned on the Soprano's, has a rich colorful history and many places to eat and do business.  It's classic North Jersey for those wishing to visit or relocate.

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