Updates on food & drink happening around Jersey City. Van Hook Cheese to open, a sneak peek at Atlas Public House's menu, 9th and Coles is up for sale, Ani Ramen to open soon.
Long time local fixture, Grimaldi’s Pizza will close one of its two Hoboken locations at the end of August.
A building that formerly housed a waterfront restaurant with spectacular river views will soon be reimagined into a new event and eatery space, a welcome development that will fix up one of the few remaining Hurricane Sandy-damaged structures along Hudson county’s coastline.
A reader sent us a tip that the popular NYC healthy lunch chain, Just Salad, is coming to Newport.
Jersey City. Home of Ellis Island, The Statue of Liberty, Exchange Place, Journal Square, waterfront views of the NYC Skyline, birthplace of Martha Stewart, and now home of the HARBORSIDE CRAFT BREW FEST!
Hoboken’s storefronts don’t seem to stay vacate for long these days and some of them will soon be filled with a wide variety of new establishments, along with the return of an old favorite.
A new cafe has opened, and another is planned, for a street in Newark’s Central Ward that has recently seen significant development.
Dullboy, the Grove Street cocktail bar that opened in early 2015 following Park & Sixth’s closing is now for sale.
After hearing rumors for awhile, we finally have some confirmation. It looks like the Rainbow clothing store at 145 Newark Avenue will be closing. The space won’t remain vacant for long, though, as the proprietors of Hoboken hotspot 1 Republik will be taking over the space.
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.