MONTVALE, N.J. -- The Porter House, an Irish steakhouse/cigar bar that's been a popular destination near the Rockland County border in Montvale for nearly two decades, transforms this Monday into a farm-to-table gastropub, NorthJersey.com reports .
Hearth and Tap Co. will have steak but be more affordable than its predecessor, owner Fintan Seeley tells the site .
Flatbreads and pot pies will lead the menu, he says.
There will also be no smoking in the bar area -- that's restricted to a cigar lounge, the story says.
Paul Bazzini, of Bazzini in Ridgewood and New Milford's Jersey Boys Grill, will be the executive chef, according to NorthJersey.com .
The restaurant is on North Kinderkamack Road, barely 1,000 feet from the Pearl River border.
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