It seems like such a cool idea for alfresco dining. “Igloos” — clear plastic domes that protect diners from wind, rain and, if heated, the cold, are popping up all across the nation. In North Jersey, you can find these giant-sized (they regularly seat from four to six, perhaps eight people) bubbles at Blossom Restaurant in Palisades Park, Fig and Lily Garden in Morristown, Biergarten in Asbury Park and, until last week, El Tango Argentine Restaurant in Moonachie. To read the full story.
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