In advance of the partial re-opening of New Jersey’s restaurants, both cities are implementing plans to assist eateries in keeping patrons safe while expanding sidewalk and street dining areas.
Jersey Digs has confirmed the re-brand of a large Cuban restaurant near the city’s PATH station, which will be converted into a tequila bar set to feature retractable windows.
The closing of Trulio’s Meat Market last year left a big gap in the streetscape of Park Avenue, but a new business is slated to open later this year following a gut renovation at the property.
The three-bed, two-bath home offers plenty of space and charm plus a private backyard.
The City Council will be voting tonight on a resolution that would declare almost five acres of prime real estate as ripe for possible redevelopment.
A pair of property-owning companies are taking the city to court hoping to throw out changes that could allow three new developments to rise near the city’s train station.
Equity Residential has proposed replacing a parking lot and leasing center with a new mixed-use building that would rise next to green space that’s currently under construction.
A seafood and raw bar coming to one of the Mile Square City’s most famous corners has officially been given a moniker and new images give locals a glimpse into what’s coming to the property.
The Shanghainese restaurant is selling combo meals via contactless delivery and will be matching all food donations customers make to hospital workers.
Jersey City will be holding their second remote council meeting this week and two Hoboken boards are switching to a virtual format as restrictions on group gatherings remain in place.