It’s not just residents moving to Jersey City, companies are moving across the Hudson in droves. Just this week a report came out that four companies are moving over 1,200 jobs to Hudson County. And those are just the big ones that make headlines, many smaller companies are relocating here too.
Barcade is planning to open a bar in Downtown Newark. The bar, which serves a wide variety of craft beers, sandwiches, and burgers, is known for the dozens of vintage arcade video games at each location.
Local food startup, Whealth, is bringing their goods to Journal Square, where they plan to open their second location in the new Journal Squared tower.
Tons of outdoor space, a simple menu of fresh tacos, cocktails on tap, and a room full of piñatas coming soon at Gringo’s on Coles Street in downtown Jersey City.
Just in time for fall and Oktoberfest, Jersey City’s craft brewery is now open on Wednesdays and later on weekends.
The Caribbean-fusion restaurant on Communipaw Avenue had a soft opening last week, and expects to open formally very soon.
The Cuban restaurant has cancelled plans to open on Grove Street in Jersey City. The owners are instead bringing their concept to Summit Avenue.
A Pasticceria café serving savory and sweet options is set to open this summer on the ground floor of a new Grand Street building.
Journal Square will soon be home to an outpost of a Bayonne Mexican restaurant.
The German grocery chain will open a location on Route 22 next month.