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New Jersey hasn’t been the focal point of much foodie attention these past few years. Outshined by large neighboring cities like Philadelphia and NYC, it’s hard for us little guys to attract the eyes we merit!
It’s been particularly difficult for New Jersey’s hideaway rivertowns, like Frenchtown, to attract their well-deserved tourists. But things have been looking up for Frenchtown in the past few months – drastically.
The floodgates seemed to have opened to foodies when hip eateries began popping up in sequence. With Early Bird Espresso serving the best craft coffee brews for miles and Pulp Cafe + Juice Bar dishing out farm-to-table eats and Picnic By The Canal food-to-go baskets, passersby began to take notice and opt to hang out a minute.
Though Frenchtown has long been a noteworthy stop for the bike enthusiasts taking the canal path on a cool summer day with bikes from Cycle Corner of Frenchtown, we’re now fostering the hype and hoping to attract even more traffic by offering foodie adventures. Delaware River Tubing, recipient of the the NJ Governor’s Tourism Award, has begun offering artisan eats (for the meat and gluten free crowds too!) with their trips down the river. Vegans + omni-foodies alike have been known to delight in this physical and food intensive adventure.
So next time you’re considering a bike trip up canal or a drive along the tree lined route from downtown New Hope, stop by this laid back retreat and let your tastebuds thank you later.
Pulp Cafe + Juice Bar 2 Race St, Frenchtown, NJ 08825 | (908) 996-5253 | Picnic By The Canal available by request
Early Bird Espresso 33 Bridge St, Frenchtown, NJ 08825 | (908) 628-3183
Cycle Corner of Frenchtown 52 Bridge St, Frenchtown, NJ 08825 | (908) 996-7712
Delaware River Tubing 778 Frenchtown Rd, Milford, NJ 08848 | (908) 996-5386 | Tickets Available at DelawareRiverTubing.com and at the counter of Pulp Cafe
At Pulp we serve wonderful vegetarian and vegan food. But you may have noticed that our food is also organic and locally-sourced. This is because our ethos extends beyond creating a high-quality product. We want our work to matter. We want to build community around food and minimize our environmental impact on the way.
So we support projects that invest in sustainability as well.
Our friends at the EOMA 68 Project are doing just that. By building a modular, micro computer the are single-handedly dismantling consumer culture.
Help fund their campaign by visiting their crowdfunding platform
- Truly Free: Everything is freely licensed
- Modular: Use the same Computer Card across many devices
- Money-saving: Upgrade by replacing Computer Cards, not the whole device
- Long-lived: Designed to be relevant and useful for at least a decade, if not longer
- Ecologically Responsible: Keeps parts out of landfill by repurposing them
A tiny computer with a CHEAP and easily replaceable outer shell? That’s what we’re talkin’ about!
No more planned obsolescence!
No more consume + dispose culture!
No more landfills leaking mercury & lead into the local ecosystem!
And only $50 when you need a new computer!
Our owners have personally backed the campaign ending on August 28, 2016. Help our friends fund sustainability NOW