Several completed redevelopment projects in Downtown Newark that included retail space are now starting to see their storefronts fill up, adding some vibrancy to an area long considered a 9 to 5 business district.
The Morgan is hosting a food truck rally tonight at their leasing center parking lot. Grab a bite from some of Jersey City's best food trucks from 6-9p.m. at the corner of Bay and Marin.
A roundup of Jersey City food and drink news. Cellar 335 brings tiki cocktails to Newark Avenue, Greene Chutney Grill closed for good. Dim sum and beer garden opens in Liberty State Park, Ani Ramen coming to Newark Avenue.
Latham House starts welcoming patrons today in a “Tender Opening” , with the bar opening at 4pm and supper at 6pm. According to their website, Latham House will serve traditional American food and drink with a contemporary slant.
If you’re one of the holdouts still doubting Journal Square’s revitalization, maybe this will convince you - a Starbucks is in the works for the Journal Square PATH station.
A reader sent in a tip (thanks, Matt!) that a Krispy Kreme is moving into the old PNC Bank space at 95 Christopher Columbus Drive. According to permits in the window, the space is currently being demolished to make way for the new donut shop.
A Village staple since 2002, Madame Claude has made a name for itself by bringing delicious French cuisine and a casual, cozy atmosphere to the neighborhood. The French cafe is now reopened in the newly revitalized, historic White Eagle Hall, restored by Ben LoPiccolo Development Group, LLC (BLDG).
More retail establishments are opening up all throughout Jersey City. This edition of our retail roundup features a new German-inspired bar on Jersey Ave, a bike shop in Bergen-Lafayette, a coffee shop on the waterfront, and a bakery in the Heights.
The Jersey City Project’s annual food-centric street festival Project: EATS is taking place this weekend at City Hall Plaza. This is the third edition of the popular market that brings a rotating lineup of food tents, trucks, a bar, and more.
Several businesses are in the works and slated to pop up all around Hoboken in the coming months and while most of them will be new to the city, a popular café will also be having a much-welcomed homecoming.