Major Publication Puts The Spotlight On An Awesome Small New Jersey Town
We are always thrilled when a great New Jersey town gets some national attention. It's even better when the accolades come from a well-known major publication.
This time around, the amazing New Jersey town is included in a list of 60 towns all across the nation that this publication believes is worth a trip to, according to msn.com.
The bad news for New Jersey is that only one of our towns made the list of 60, but when the list is that small, the choices could be any of the thousands of towns in America, getting even one town on the list is pretty impressive.
And the source bestowing that honor on this town is the household name, Esquire, giving the inclusion of this town even more importance.
We, here in New Jersey, know that there are dozens of towns in the Garden State that would fit nicely on this list, and it's interesting to note that the names that might come to mind are not the ones on the list.
You won't find Cape May, Smithville, Red Bank, Point Pleasant, or Spring Lake on this list, even though each and every one of them would have made excellent choices.
The New Jersey town that did make the list is a charming town nestled in the gorgeous county of Hunterdon, right along the banks of the Delaware River.
A big congratulations go out to the lovely town of Frenchtown for getting this well-deserved honor, and if you haven't been there recently, head over soon, and please support all the great local businesses in town.