The 30 Best New Restaurants

In July, they brought in veteran chef Bryan Gregg, who first made his mark at Escape in Montclair. There may not be a protein Gregg doesn’t cook exceedingly well. Moreover, he embellishes them well, serving scallops with cabbage and smoked apples, pork tenderloin with parsnips and spiced cranberries, and tender venison au poivre with red cabbage and figs.  Read more…

North Jersey’s best new restaurants of 2019

Restaurants with top-notch chefs have opened in the past 12 months, making eating out in the region a lot more thrilling. From restaurants helmed by a young rising star to one with an established culinary whiz, dining out in North Jersey has become that much better, thanks to these 11 spots. .  Read more…

Meatless for Lent? Here are 17 restaurants with great seafood dishes

And the Lenten season is the perfect time to lean into a love of seafood. Traditionally, Catholics abstain from eating meat on Fridays during Lent, which runs this year from Feb. 26 to April 12. But fish is still on the table for Friday dinner.

Here are 17 restaurants that serve fantastic seafood to get you through the seven Fridays of Lent.  Read more…

Restaurant review: At Café Chameleon in Bloomingdale, change is a (very) good thing

When I returned to dine at Café Chameleon, a hyper-seasonal contemporary American restaurant in Bloomingdale, the menu had completely changed. The visits were a mere six weeks apart….I was delighted to discover that the new dishes were just as good, if not better, than the previous ones.  Read more…

The best dishes we ate in December

Chef Bryan Gregg, known for his cooking at Escape in Montclair, won the 2015 Jersey Seafood Challenge. His winning dish? Scallops. So of course we had to try the scallops at recently opened Cafe Chameleon, where he now heads the kitchen.   Read more…

The 19 most popular New Jersey bars of 2019, according to Yelp

Locally sourced ingredients make Café Chameleon’s food stand out, perfect for enjoying with wine at the restaurant’s bar.   Read more…

The 23 New N.J. Restaurants You Need to Eat at this Fall

Good news, New Jersey: Bathing suit season is over and eating season is upon us! Fortunately for us, there are a ton of new restaurants across the state to help in this endeavor.  Read more…

Bryan Gregg is chef/partner at Cafe Chameleon in Bloomingdale by

Bryan Gregg, who closed his small, farm-to-table BYOB restaurant Escape in Montclair three years ago, is heading the kitchen of four-month-old Cafe Chameleon in Bloomingdale.    Read more…

Orin Swift Wine Dinner at Café Chameleon by New Jersey Monthly

November 28 (Thanksgiving) is a busy day at home. Let November 20 be a day—at least a dinner—of hands-free indulgence. Bryan Gregg of Café Chameleon is cooking four courses to pair with four wines from the award-winning Napa Valley winery Orin Swift.    Read more

New Café Chameleon Chef Introduces Local, Seasonal Menu by 

Though Café Chameleon has only been open in Bloomingdale since April, it’s already making some big changes. In particular, Executive Chef and Partner Bryan Gregg is now on board; and he’s hard at work rolling out an all new menu for the restaurant.    Read more

Bryan Gregg is the New Chef and Partner at Café Chameleon by Boozy Burbs

Bryan Gregg is the new Executive Chef and Partner of Café Chameleon located in Bloomingdale, New Jersey.    Read more…

Chef Bryan Gregg Back in New Jersey by Food & Wine Chickie

I was thrilled to learn that Bryan Gregg is the new Executive Chef and Partner of Café Chameleon located in Bloomingdale, New Jersey.    Read more...

Café Chameleon
60 Main Street
Bloomingdale, NJ 07403
Phone: 973-850-6969

Dining Room Hours:
Thursday – Sunday: 12pm - 8pm

Lounge Hours:
Thursday – Sunday: 12pm - 8pm