**Super food fans have a new health food option. Hoboken’s Acai Ya Later has taken over production of the açai bowls at Downtown Yogurt. Açai bowls are nutrient-dense bowls created with either açai berries or dragon fruit (pitaya) as the base and then topped with various fruits, grains, and drizzles (peanut butter, nutella, agave, honey, etc). —Acai Ya Later
**French cafe Choc-O-Pain has announced that it will offer baking classes at its Jersey City and Hoboken locations this fall. (Pricing and dates to be disclosed). The French bakery will also open a new location in Hoboken at the Hudson Tea Building condos. This will be their second location in the Mile Square City. They expect to open by year’s end.
**Bambino Chef’s 4th Annual Lemonade Stand will be back this Sunday raising funds for Share Our Strength No Kid Hungry, an organization devoted to feeding children of low income families. The stand will be located outside Bambino Chef at 213 Newark Avenue and kid volunteers are needed to help out Sunday morning/afternoon. —Bambino Chef
**Jersey City Wine Fest is offering a new coupon that takes $17 off general admission to September’s Wine Fest at the Harborside. Coupon code “VINO” drops the cost of admission from $60 to $43. Offer expires Sunday, August 19. —Jersey City Wine Fest
**NJ Monthly has named Cellar 335 one of the state’s top 25 restaurants. Per the magazine, “Cellar 335 is much more than a hipster boite. Cocktails like the smoky/tangy Fightin’ Five, served in a skull mug, taste even better than they look. And virtually every dish on the menu is both a hoot and a delight, from hot mini cheddar corn muffins topped with a melting pat of togarashi-spiced butter to tamarind-sauced Duroc pork ribs topped with toasted coconut.” Also on the list are Maritime Parc, Cucharamama (Hoboken), and Ryan DePersio’s Fascino (Montclair). —NJ Monthly
(Photo: Acai Ya Later)