The "digital" restaurant will soon start serving a diverse menu of what they dub "fine take-out."
A gourmet burger franchise will be opening their latest location on the ground floor of a Journal Square office building.
The Jersey-born business, who have been open for a few months in Lincroft, will be bringing their second location to the Mile Square City.
The restaurant group will soon start serving customers out of two suburban New Jersey storefronts that are both located near train stations.
Third and Vine, a wine and cheese bar on Third Street in downtown Jersey City, is closing.
Two former bar owners from Manhattan just opened a contemporary American restaurant in Princeton, where they now call home.
First Watch, a chain serving breakfast and lunch, and Starbucks Coffee are planning new locations within the Clover Square complex in Mercer County’s Hamilton Township.
The salad chain will be celebrating their first New Jersey location by donating one meal for every customer purchase on opening day to local organizations.
An Italian bake shop will be bringing their third brick-and-mortar storefront to Downtown Jersey City.
The Manhattan eatery, which initially opened in 1996, will be launching their first location across the Hudson River and bringing their authentic Thai cuisine to a Downtown storefront.