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973-467-8882 https://www.par440.com At Par 440 Restaurant and Lounge on the East Orange Golf Course in Shorts Hills. You can indulge in a wide variety of fresh foods. Like brick oven pizza or sushi prepared fresh by a master sushi chef. Relax and enjoy a cocktail at the bar with friends and coworkers during happy hour or Watch the big game on one of 17+ large screen HDTVs. Host a private party. Or join the fun on the weekends with dinner and live entertainment.

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ABOUT US

Uncorked Wine Shop and Lounge brings you a Manhattan-style experience in your own backyard. We are an upscale retail wine shop with a complete service bar. Our retail section has a vast variety of wines from all regions, including organic wines. In addition, we offer a selection of champagnes and splits for your dining out pleasure.

Our bar wines by the glass are highly rated and we also have an extensive array of cocktails and specialty drinks. Our friendly bartenders strive to create and serve the perfect cocktail.

We invite you to relax with your drink in our very comfortable lounge area, where you can cozy up on our sofa or our plush leather chairs. Our outdoor patio serves as a relaxing setting in the beautiful outdoors, where you can leisurely enjoy your special wine, beer, or cocktail. Please view our menu section.

We periodically sponsor wine tasting events. These events help to introduce new wines and educate our patrons.

If you are considering a gift for a holiday, special event, or a friendly gesture we have gift certificates at any denomination available. Gift bags are available also if you choose your gift bottle.

New Jersey’s Best Bar Competition selected Uncorked as one of the top Five Best Wine, Whiskey, Martini Bar for 2015.

We welcome your visit!

OCEAN COUNTY COLUMBUS DAY CONCERT

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Grant Avenue, Seaside Heights, NJ 08751, USA

Julian & Dominique 4:30PM-5:00PM The Italian Festival is a 3-day event on Grant Ave. It includes food, snacks, entertainment, crafts, merchandise and children's activities.

The Columbus Day Parade is held on Sunday on The Boulevard. It includes bands, floats, groups and organizations, mummers and antique cars.

Both events feature guest performers, direct from Italy.

Julian & Dominique will be performing on Friday October 14th 6:00-10:00 The event is free admission. There will be food vendors, beer, wine and other items available for purchase. We also have kid rides, games and a basket auction that is happening the whole week of the festival which is Tuesday October 11th - Saturday October 15th.

Please RSVP a must! 8:00pm seating! http://www.ilsognonyc.com (718) 356-7800

ABOUT US Welcome to Il Sogno "the dream" Ristorante Italiano. Located in Staten Island, we serve only the finest authentic Italian Cuisine. Il Sogno is known for our superior cuisine and our personable staff. Our goal is to provide you with a world-class and special dinning experience every time you visit. Let us serve you in our elegant yet relaxed atmosphere. Whether you are looking to have a romantic dinner for two or a fully catered event, Il Sogno Ristorante can accommodate you so that you are fully satisfied. Make your dining dreams come true at Il Sogno.

Hours of Operation: Closed Monday, Tuesday to Friday 12pm to 10pm, Saturday 12pm to 11pm, Sunday 1pm to 9pm.

Every Wednesday Lobster Special

Mosaico Restaurant (908) 233-3553 www.mosaico22.com

The owner of Mosaico, Guatemalan Rudy Carrera, has designed the restaurant with an open kitchen and decorated it with mosaics, attractive lighting, and polished wood floors; screens with colored-glass panes divide the dining area from the kitchen.

Walking in through the Mediterranean archway conjures up images of the Tuscan coast. An open kitchen surrounded by colorful mosaic tiles greets you after a warm welcome by the attentive staff. The aromas of Italian cuisine pervades the room and moves you to a quiet Italian countryside where the chianti flows freely to wash down baskets of bread and trays of antipasta. The dining room is large and comfortable and supported by beautiful wood beams running the width and length of the room. The centerpiece of the room is a large wall filled with stained glass lit by candlelight. The side of the room is lined with open, authentic wood framed glass doors that lead to a private dining room.

Chef Louis Romero, previously the chef at Echoqua, in nearby Springfield, has a light hand with both classic and modern Italian dishes. The menu is comprehensive, with a few specials added each day.

Mosaico Restaurant (908) 233-3553 www.mosaico22.com

The owner of Mosaico, Guatemalan Rudy Carrera, has designed the restaurant with an open kitchen and decorated it with mosaics, attractive lighting, and polished wood floors; screens with colored-glass panes divide the dining area from the kitchen.

Walking in through the Mediterranean archway conjures up images of the Tuscan coast. An open kitchen surrounded by colorful mosaic tiles greets you after a warm welcome by the attentive staff. The aromas of Italian cuisine pervades the room and moves you to a quiet Italian countryside where the chianti flows freely to wash down baskets of bread and trays of antipasta. The dining room is large and comfortable and supported by beautiful wood beams running the width and length of the room. The centerpiece of the room is a large wall filled with stained glass lit by candlelight. The side of the room is lined with open, authentic wood framed glass doors that lead to a private dining room.

Chef Louis Romero, previously the chef at Echoqua, in nearby Springfield, has a light hand with both classic and modern Italian dishes. The menu is comprehensive, with a few specials added each day.

Mosaico Restaurant (908) 233-3553 www.mosaico22.com

The owner of Mosaico, Guatemalan Rudy Carrera, has designed the restaurant with an open kitchen and decorated it with mosaics, attractive lighting, and polished wood floors; screens with colored-glass panes divide the dining area from the kitchen.

Walking in through the Mediterranean archway conjures up images of the Tuscan coast. An open kitchen surrounded by colorful mosaic tiles greets you after a warm welcome by the attentive staff. The aromas of Italian cuisine pervades the room and moves you to a quiet Italian countryside where the chianti flows freely to wash down baskets of bread and trays of antipasta. The dining room is large and comfortable and supported by beautiful wood beams running the width and length of the room. The centerpiece of the room is a large wall filled with stained glass lit by candlelight. The side of the room is lined with open, authentic wood framed glass doors that lead to a private dining room.

Chef Louis Romero, previously the chef at Echoqua, in nearby Springfield, has a light hand with both classic and modern Italian dishes. The menu is comprehensive, with a few specials added each day.

973-467-8882 https://www.par440.com At Par 440 Restaurant and Lounge on the East Orange Golf Course in Shorts Hills. You can indulge in a wide variety of fresh foods. Like brick oven pizza or sushi prepared fresh by a master sushi chef. Relax and enjoy a cocktail at the bar with friends and coworkers during happy hour or Watch the big game on one of 17+ large screen HDTVs. Host a private party. Or join the fun on the weekends with dinner and live entertainment.

https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g46819-d12838767-r521979886-Par_440_Restaurant_Lounge-Short_Hills_New_Jersey.html#

(Please RSVP limited seating!) Mosaico Restaurant (908) 233-3553 www.mosaico22.com

The owner of Mosaico, Guatemalan Rudy Carrera, has designed the restaurant with an open kitchen and decorated it with mosaics, attractive lighting, and polished wood floors; screens with colored-glass panes divide the dining area from the kitchen.

Walking in through the Mediterranean archway conjures up images of the Tuscan coast. An open kitchen surrounded by colorful mosaic tiles greets you after a warm welcome by the attentive staff. The aromas of Italian cuisine pervades the room and moves you to a quiet Italian countryside where the chianti flows freely to wash down baskets of bread and trays of antipasta. The dining room is large and comfortable and supported by beautiful wood beams running the width and length of the room. The centerpiece of the room is a large wall filled with stained glass lit by candlelight. The side of the room is lined with open, authentic wood framed glass doors that lead to a private dining room.

Chef Louis Romero, previously the chef at Echoqua, in nearby Springfield, has a light hand with both classic and modern Italian dishes. The menu is comprehensive, with a few specials added each day.