New Restaurant Speedy’s Now Serving Burgers and Bowls in Jersey City

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Speedy’s has officially opened their doors in the Paulus Hook neighborhood of Jersey City. Image courtesy of Speedy’s.

A long-vacant space nestled in Jersey City’s Paulus Hook neighborhood has sprung to life with a new fast-casual lunch and dinner concept.


Speedy’s has officially opened their doors at 84.5 Morris Street inside a storefront just off the road’s intersection with Washington Street. The arrival has been a long time coming, as the cozy space has been dark for over half a decade since Paulus Hook Pizza closed up shop back in 2015.

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Disco fries. Image courtesy of Speedy’s.

Claiming to serve the “freshest, fastest, juiciest, tastiest burgers in town,” Speedy’s menu focuses on burgers and bowls. Selections of the former include a traditional Pat LaFrieda burger blend, a Cajun Chicken variety, a steelhead salmon version with avocado, cucumber, cilantro, and spicy sesame aioli, or a Cubano burger that adds pulled pork, ham, Swiss cheese and pickles to the mix.

Bowls on the menu at Speedy’s include a classic Caesar, quinoa, or salmon poke variety. A field greens bowl includes candied walnuts and a balsamic vinaigrette, while Speedy’s Greek bowl blends feta, olives, and stuffed grape leaves.

Speedy’s also features a few unique sides for a quick-serve joint that include house-cut “disco fries” or vegetarian nachos with soy chorizo. The restaurant is open for pick-up and delivery through their website and includes some limited seating for those wishing to stay awhile. Their hours run from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. daily and they can be followed on Instagram account at the handle @speedysjc.

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