Chef Joe Andes put together a menu of European, Asian, French, and Italian all with an American twist. With 25 years of experience under his belt, Chef Joe Andes has had plenty of time to perfect his dishes. A little known fact is Chef Joe Andes actually has no culinary schooling. Starting his career as a dishwasher at the age of 16, Chef Joe Andes knew cooking was in his blood and his passion carried him all the way to the top working under many top notch chefs. Chef Joe Andes' resume isn't too bad either...15 years as Executive Chef for Ala Carte Restaurants, as well as Executive Corporate Dining and at The Bridgewater Manor. At the Bridgewater Manor he has to prepare for parties from 25 to 2,500 people. Stop in for lunch or dinner...and walk out singing "I feel prickly, oh so prickly!
Thanks to Greco Photography you can now take a virtual tour of Prickly Pear Restaurant.
Are you feeling prickly? How would you like to learn from a professional chef how to prepare, season and cook a four-course dinner? And then right then and there, enjoy that dinner with a couple of friends…Once a month Prickly Pear Restaurant hosts a cooking class at 6:30PM right here at Prickly Pear Restaurant in Hackettstown. The cost is just $45.00 per person. Bring a bottle of wine, a friend or two and have a great night… [more]