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Dig Makes New Jersey Debut in Bridgewater

Photo courtesy of DIG

Dig, the New York City-based, chef-centric eatery beloved by New York’s office and residential populations for its high-quality, scratch-cooking meals, has crossing the Hudson River for the first time, opening its first location in New Jersey at The Village at Bridgewater Commons in Bridgewater Township.

“We’re delighted to bring DIG to New Jersey,” said Troy Fischer, senior general manager of Trademark Property Company, manager of Village at Bridgewater Commons and the adjacent enclosed shopping center Bridgewater Commons. “So many of our guests are already familiar with its fine, quick-service offerings because they work in New York City. Now, they can get that quality and convenience close to home.”

Dig is committed to shopping from local suppliers (those within 300 miles of its restaurants) and even has leased a farm in Orange County, New York, to provide quality ingredients at an affordable price and to support small farms. Its seasonal menu is scratch-cooked. Menu highlights include everything from composed market plates like the Classic DIG (charred chicken, roasted sweet potatoes, charred broccoli w/ lemon, brown rice w/ garlic aioli) to house-made focaccia club sandwiches.