Pinsetter Bar & Bowl in Camden’s neighboring town of Pennsauken has found a way to pay back the laid off police officers and firefighters of the City of Camden for their years of service by offering guest bartender spots on Wednesday nights during the month of February starting on the 9th.
From 6:00PM to close the bowling alley will host one laid off serviceman or woman giving them the opportunity to raise funds for their family, friends, and fellow ex-coworkers by working behind the bar for all who come out to support the cause, Pinsetter Pays Back.
Each Pays Back night features $2 bowling games, with $1 directly toward both service unions as a charitable donation, $2.50 bottle beer specials, raffles, and a portion of the gratuity raised at the bar during Pinsetter Pays Back will go directly to the laid off police officer or firefighter working the event each night. Pinsetter Bar & Bowl pledges to give each of the services’ unions a check to help avoid such extreme layoffs in the future.
Call the bowling alley at 856-665-3377 or email email@example.com regarding contributing to or participating in the cause. Check out the event invite on Facebook and spread the word!
I know it’s over the bridge in Philly but I have been dying to check PYT out for their specialty burgers (Cheesesteak Pretzel Bun Burger anyone?) and shakes laced with bourbon or Kahlua among other selections. At 50% from Groupon.com why not?! Check it out here!
Gov. Christie signed into law Wednesday, measure S-1179 which designates baked goods and other food products made with “Jersey Fresh” ingredients as “Made With Jersey Fresh.”
Hopefully the promotion of local products using the popular “Jersey Fresh” name, established in 1983, will give a boost to our home state’s farmers and entrepreneurs.
Keep a look out for the label next time you shop.
A Holiday Gift for One Lucky Local NJ Restaurant. JerseyBites.com is listing a sweepstakes for Jersey Shore restaurants to win a food photography prize pack. Check it out if you need some help with your restaurant’s website and print media images.
Half off deal for Sapori in Collingswood good for today. Already bought mine. Don’t get left out!
- Authentic Italian food from Palermo-born chef.
- Fine Print: Expires May 5, 2011. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Not valid 2/14 or 4/24. Valid only for dinner. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Tax and gratuity not included.
Classic Cake is assisting local high schools in their support for Unified for UNIFAT. A portion of January’s proceeds for each specialty cupcake sold (flavors like Red Velvet and Chocolate Strawberry Shortcake) will go toward providing education for children in Uganda.
Cherry Hill–Short Hills Town Center, 480 Evesham Rd. Washington Twp–100 Hurffville-Cross Keys Rd., Sewell
Zombies Invade the Pines takes place at Six Packs Pub, 4180 White Horse Pike, Egg Harbor City, on Saturday January 8th from 7pm to 2AM. The event is hosted by South Jersey-based film company Graffiti Playhouse for its new zombie horror movie, Blood Lodge, featuring one of our favorite Soprano wise guys, Vincent Pastore. Entrance is $20 for general admission and $15 for zombies. The night includes a buffet, drink specials, live bands, the chance to meet cast members, and for the best-dressed zombie–a role in the movie to be filmed March 14-20 in Stowe, Vt. prizes. More info at www.graffitiplayhouseproductions.com.
1738 Cooper Street
Deptford, NJ 08096
- Rustic & contemporary Italian cuisine
- Brunch Sat & Sun, 11:30am – 2:30pm
- Sunday, happy hour all day
- Mon, Tue, Wed, 3:30 – 6:30, three course dinner ($19.95)
- Monday night, 4 course meal for $25.00
- Expires 5/1/2011
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Mention “Snowflake” today and you get a gratis coffee or hot chocolate with purchase. The Pop Shop will be open until 9pm tonight and while you stop in for your beverage why not hang around for Pop Quiz Trivia in the Party Room at 7:30?