Blueberries to tacos: South Jersey town's shift de cuisine
Long touted as "the blueberry capital of the world," this Pinelands town is rapidly gaining another distinction: taco capital of South Jersey.
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#1 Sep 29, 2012
There were Cuban, Puerto Rican restaurants and Dominican businesses in Hammonton for decades. This is just Mainstreet Hammonton running an ad for one downtown struggling restaurant. Don't ever eat from one of the Mexican food trucks..ever. The only sanitary places are Fiesta Mexicana and Las Lomas is a not too far second.
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