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Dining
 
The Dish
November 2018

by Staff

Quick Bite Bulletin
Sol Sazon, a Dominican takeout restaurant, is now open in Willingboro along Route 130.

Roots Café has opened in Maple Shade at the former site of Forno Pizzeria and Grille.

Due to personal reasons, the owner of Taste of Olive will be closing the Haddonfield location for good. Two restaurants will be opening in downtown Haddonfield before the end of the year: El Nopalito, offering Mexican cuisine, and Verona Restaurant, with a menu of seasonal European dishes.

Following suit of its Moorestown location, the Pei Wei restaurant in Cherry Hill is now closed.

The fiery new Volcano Steak & Sushi restaurant opened in West Berlin’s Greenway Shopping Center.

Don Pablo’s Moorestown locati on has officially closed its doors. The chain has gone from 120 locations to just three since its original opening in 1985 with the on ly remaining New Jersey location in Deptford.   

On The Menu
A trio of cheesy pies to try this month  
By Alexis Weaver

Butternut Squash Pizza
Marino’s of Mullica Hill in Mullica Hill
Butter nut miss out on trying Butternut Squash pizza from this local piz zeria. Topped with fresh sage, this fan favorite oozes satisfaction with its sausage, brown butter ricotta and locally grown butternut squash from Grasso Farms baked into fresh mozzarella.

Kevin Pizza
MOD Pizza in Cherry Hill
It’s pumpkin-picking season, so don’t forget to pic k up this mouthwatering pumpkin  pizza. This seasonal selection is encompassed by a toothsome lineup of ingredients, including pumpkin, ar ugula,  mozzarella, Canadian bacon, Mama Lil’s Sweet Hot Peppers and is topped with a balsamic fig glaze that will have your stomach celebrating the occasion.

Mac and Cheese Pizza
LaScala’s Fire in Marlton
“There’s no such thing as too much cheese,” said every cheese lover, e ver. Mozzarella, taleggio, pecorino and fontina cheeses take this wood-fired pizza to the next level of macaroni and cheese goodness. Meanwhile the fresh herbs and bread crumbs that top the pizza exclaim for an appetizing experience.

Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 9, Issue 9 (November 2018).
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