The back door to The Riverside Inn swung open, and Anne Bergin made a beeline for the owner.
“Hey, sweetie pie,” she said, wrapping him in a hug and planting a kiss on his cheek. She headed to the bar, where she has been a regular for 40 years, and immediately began chatting with the man next to her.
At lunchtime on Wednesday, the small restaurant in Cranford was packed with more than a dozen people who stopped in for fresh roast beef or a prosciutto sandwich. Some people came in work boots, others in sneakers and still others …read more
Source: NJ.com Union