A lot can happen in a year – especially in the restaurant world.Since last summer, the Shore and its surrounding towns welcomed plenty of new restaurants. From wood-fired pizza and the freshest local fish to fun food trucks and the reinvention of old favorites, there is a lot on the table.Here is a look at some of the newest restaurants – it is going to be a delicious summer!In the fall of 2016, longtime chef Christopher Dutka and business partner Matthew Borowski opened this restaurant. The menu, which Dutka said will change often throughout the year, is a culmination of the chef’s years of experience – he began cooking for more than 30 years, most recently with his catering company, Christopher’s Kitchen. ”The menu is a lot of the favorites I’ve had,” he said, describing his food as creative American. “There’s a little of everything.”ON THE MENU: For appetizers, he prepares steamed buns filled with pork belly, pickled vegetables, hoisin sauce and Sriracha aioli; “They’re really good, they’ve got a lot of flavor,” Dutka said. Another customer favorite is the Cajun BBQ shrimp and grits; the grits are flavored with cheddar cheese and roasted poblanos, the shrimp cooked in lager from Beach Haus Brewery in Belmar. The… Read full this story
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