“It’s important for me who is at the table with me; the moment when everyone speaks to each other and everyone listens. If there’s good food, it’s much better.” -Andrea Borelli
Happy New Year!
We hope you’ve recovered from all the holiday celebrations because we’ve got plenty of New Year’s parties and event’s planned right here at Anthony’s. Our Last Article found us discussing our favorite holiday drinks, and we promise if you visit a few of them in the New Year, you won’t be disappointed. You can read about our favorite Libations, right HERE.
As the New Year starts rolling, we wanted to remind you that we could host, and cater any event small or large. Our menu is designed to be shared, so let us cater your next corporate or private event!
What are your plans this February 14th? Once you find your Valentine we hope you’ll join us at Anthony’s for a special Chef curated menu that is sure to delight all the senses. Stay tuned to our website, and Facebook pages for more details in the coming weeks.
“When I eat with my friends, it is a moment of real pleasure, when I really enjoy my life.” -Monica Bellucci.
Part of our passion is sharing the communal aspects of our restaurant and specially crafted menus. Eating Local isn’t just about a movement, it’s about how we view the best possible way to live, inviting others to our proverbial kitchen table. A handful of times a year, we get together with SJ Hot Chefs, and create an incredible restaurant week, that we get to share with thousands of people. We couldn’t think of a better way to start the New Year than by creating a smaller version of that restaurant week. We proud to introduce you to our first:
Taste of the Town 2016
We are excited to partner with Classic Asia, Elements Café, Kunkel’s and Local Links. Between our restaurants, there is nearly 100 years of farm-to-table cuisine history and we are so excited to share our carefully crafted menus with each and every one of you!
Chef Fred brings his experience in non-traditional American cuisine, with carefully crafted farm-to-table restaurants. You can read an interview we did with him HERE.
The Kunkel Family have run Kunkel Seafood and Steakhouse since it’s inception. The Kunkel’s have been in the restaurant business since 1979, starting out with a small spot for lunch that they lived above, raising their kids in the business, and teaching them what living locally meant from an early age. You can find out more about their fantastic restaurant by heading over to KunkelRestaurant.
Classic Asai is a staple in Haddon Heights for authentic Chinese cuisine, excellent service, and friendly hospitality. Classic Asia takes the historical roots of their food and mixes it with modern flare and only the best ingredients. You can head over to Classicasiahaddonheights for more information.
Local Links Market Cafe is a locally sourced farm-to-table cafe in Haddon Heights. Their insistence on fresh ingredients has given them a great reputation in the community. You can visit their website Locallinksmarketcafe to check out their menu and list of unique catering opportunities.
Chef Anthony is thrilled to be partnering with these two remarkable restaurants to bring Haddon Heights something really special. From January 26th through January 29th, we will be featuring an exquisite 3-course menu for just twenty-five dollars.
You can view our full menu Here.
The history of three-course meals goes back centuries, and we’re proud sharing our latest menu with you right here at Anthony’s. You can reserve our spot by clicking Here. Don’t forget that Anthony’s is BYOB, so feel free to bring in your favorite bottles of wine, or beer for dinner, and we also sell Amalthea Cellars wine, which we have been partnering with for years.
We hope you’ll join us for this special four-day menu, we promise it’s one that will delight all the senses. It’s a great way to end the first month of the New Year, and start what’s bound to be an exciting 11 months to follow!
Have you ever wondered why people eat out or have multiple course meals? Next week we will dive into the history of restaurants and more.
Stay tuned to our Facebook page for updates, and send us a message to connect!