Want smoke free dining?

Patronize smoke free restaurants.

New Jersey Group Against Smoking Pollution (GASP) is happy to provide you with this directory.

Tell restaurants you want smoke free dining.

Tell them:
More than 80% of New Jerseyans are nonsmokers. The Surgeon General and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have concluded that tobacco smoke pollution causes disease, including cancer and heart disease, in nonsmokers. It's good business to provide a pleasant environment but foolish to overlook tobacco smoke pollution, which assaults customers with every breath.

Ask your legislators in Trenton to make all restaurants smoke free.

Restaurants are required to be sanitary and safe. Of course they should be smoke free. This is not a pipe dream. Almost 100 cities and counties in eight states, including Los Angeles, with 7,000 restaurants, and Wake County in North Carolina, a major tobacco growing state, plus the state of Vermont, have laws requiring restaurants to be entirely smoke free. (These laws are being passed at the rate of one a week.) New Jersey's restaurant law is the weakest in the nation.

Join New Jersey GASP

Support the only New Jersey citizens' action group working for smoke free dining. Annual membership is $20, tax deductible. GASP will support you with alerts on pending legislation and new editions of this directory.

This directory is published by the New Jersey Group Against Smoking Pollution. New Jersey GASP would be delighted to hear of other restaurants to include in future editions. New Jersey GASP also publishes:

Group Against Smoking Pollution
105 Mountain Avenue
Summit, New Jersey 07901
908 273-9368 FAX: 908 273-9222

New Jersey GASP is a nonprofit educational organization whose goals are to secure smoke free air for nonsmokers and to ensure tobacco-free lives for children. Founded 1974.

Thanks to local units of the American Cancer Society, New Jersey Division, and members of New Jersey GASP for assistance in collecting the information listed in this directory.

New Jersey GASP gratefully acknowledges partial funding to produce this directory from