Perhaps the greatest job in the world is that of Anthony Bourdain's Samantha Brown's or Andrew Zimmern's. Imagine, all they have to do is eat, eat and eat. Well, it's actually a feature of food, place and culture. So we get to see them as they explore every nook and cranny, every corner of the globe. They have both local tours as well as international tours. Which is great because they get to feature what's to be enjoyed even at home. I bet they have already visited Central New Jersey restaurants. That's the hippest place to be when in New Jersey, when it comes to dining and night life. All the top chefs in the restaurants have their own signature dishes that patrons love, as they hop from one establishment to another. Each spot also have different events that guests can look forward to, on a nightly basis. Apart from that, there are also other establishments in the are that cater to art and entertainment, history and event provide things-to-do for kids. Of course, people can shop and dine at the same place too. What could get any cooler than that?
If you are looking for things to do in New Jersey, you do not need to have Anthony Bourdain, Samantha Brown or Andrew Zimmern as your guides. All you have to do is go online and search. You'll find out that you can take your kids to iPlay America, or altogether experience the 30th Annual Quick Chek New Jersey Festival of Ballooning with them. The family can take a stroll through the Rutgers Gardens for an Open House Festival and Wine Tasting, or go back in time at East Jersey Olde Towne Village. Apart from that, there are more to do and enjoy in New Jersey--- but never forget to taste and enjoy food at the Central New Jersey restaurants.