Thomas and Dean Maroulakos, the brothers guiding 5 gastropubs in North Jersey, will open The Parkside Social — their sixth place — on April 20 in the place that employed to household Ariane Kitchen area & Bar in Verona. The cafe will serve New American delicacies as well as common cocktails, specialty cocktails, wine and beer.
The brothers, who personal Cowan’s Community in Nutley, The Barrow Home in Clifton, The Vanguard in Harrison, Franklin Social in Jersey City and Gus’ Previous Phrase in Wooden-Ridge, bought the position from Ariane and Michael Duarte in the drop of previous year. The Duartes, who moved from Verona to Brick, these days very own a catering company called CulinAriane, the name of their to start with restaurant in Montclair.
“We primarily built cosmetic improvements,” Thomas claimed. Though the layout hasn’t been improved, he claimed, the brothers have set up paneling, a new back again bar, a corked ceiling and a stone fireplace in a facet 30-seat eating home, dubbed The Oak Place. “It has a genuinely welcoming rustic experience to it,” Thomas claimed.
The menu, which, Thomas reported, will test to keep the forms of dishes Duarte served, will include things like a lot more burgers than AKB had as well as sandwiches and dishes from “each individual of our establishments,” he claimed.
Will it aspect Duarte’s pork chop — a thick juniper-treated chop that was so well-liked she could hardly ever get off the menu? “No,” he claimed, “but we will have a 16-ounce pork chop.”
The Parkside Social will also present a margarita, the most well-known cocktail by significantly that the Duartes served. “We are finalizing the recipe,” he mentioned.
The chef is Rob Stephan, who joined the staff before long following the business opened The Barrow House in 2016 and now serves as Skopos’ culinary director.
Esther Davidowitz is the food stuff editor for NorthJersey.com. For much more on where by to dine and consume, please subscribe now and indicator up for our North Jersey Eats e-newsletter.
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