NEW YORK CITY’S WATTLE CAFÉ OPENS NEW LOCATION AT 351 MARIN IN DOWNTOWN JERSEY CITY

MAY 5th, 2022, JERSEY CITY—An Australian-inspired wellness health brand known for creating food with whole ingredients has opened its third location of Wattle Cafe at 351 Marin Boulevard in Jersey City’s Powerhouse Arts District. Wattle takes American classics and puts a healthy spin on them. The menu can be tailored to meet customers’ preferences ranging… Continue reading NEW YORK CITY’S WATTLE CAFÉ OPENS NEW LOCATION AT 351 MARIN IN DOWNTOWN JERSEY CITY

Newell Creative Kitchen Space Opens in Hoboken

Newell Brands is opening its first kitchen space in Hoboken writes Hoboken Girl. The Atlanta-based company recently announced the launch of Newell Creative Kitchen, its first-ever multi-purpose, brick-and-mortar kitchen space that will serve many purposes. Read on to learn more about Newell Creative Kitchen in Hoboken.

Best Brunch in Jersey City — a local’s guide to your weekend eats

Whether you’re nursing a hangover or searching for the perfect breakfast sandwich, we’ve created a list of restaurants offering the best brunch in Jersey City right now writes JC Upfront. These hand-picked spots are taking Bennies and waffles to the next level. Generous portions, a laid-back atmosphere, and reasonable prices make these eateries our top… Continue reading Best Brunch in Jersey City — a local’s guide to your weekend eats

Speedys JC is a new craft burger shop in Paulus Hook

Speedys JC is a new craft burger shop located at 84.5 Morris Street. (It’s across the street from Bistro La Source). Co-owner, chef, and Jersey City resident Juan Bautista has created a menu that’s both affordable and doesn’t skimp on quality. Speedys signature burger, for instance, is a Pat LaFrieda-based burger ($9.95) served with white… Continue reading Speedys JC is a new craft burger shop in Paulus Hook

Outdoor Dining & What to Expect

One of the things that came out of the COVID-19 pandemic was outdoor dining. As simple as the concept is, it brought along optimism for having a social life again. From the warmer months to the colder months, outdoor dining has been something we’ve all enjoyed, and it’s been great for restaurants to continue to serve customers.… Continue reading Outdoor Dining & What to Expect

Canard Cafe Bar Opening March 19th in Jersey City Urby

Canard Café Bar, a French-inspired café and lounge known for serving unparalleled coffee, freshly baked croissants, and homemade desserts, is opening a new outpost on Saturday, March 19th in Jersey City Urby, located at 200 Greene Street. Canard Café Bar was founded by Sebastien Muller, Director of Operations for Le District, the premier French market… Continue reading Canard Cafe Bar Opening March 19th in Jersey City Urby

Your Ultimate Guide to Outdoor Dining in Hoboken + Jersey City

One of the best pandemic pivots has been the abundance of outdoor dining reports Hoboken Girl. Even venues that didn’t have a dedicated patio or deck have gotten creative with outdoor space, and we’re here for it. For locals here in Hoboken + Jersey City, they have rounded up a growing list of restaurants with… Continue reading Your Ultimate Guide to Outdoor Dining in Hoboken + Jersey City

Jersey City’s Sátis Bistro Set to Take Over John’s Pizzeria Space

The expansion application for Sátis Bistro calls for the addition of “premises located at 212 Washington Street, Units #1, #2, and #3, with the expansion premise being Unit #3.” The proposed added space is along the Sussex Street side of the building and formally housed a John’s Pizzeria location reports Jersey Digs. Full story here.

Galeria Café Reopens in Jersey City Heights After Being Closed for a Year

Galeria Café is back in business reports Hoboken Girl! After being closed for a year, it reopened in a new location in The Heights and is bigger in size. It even has a party room in the back. Known for selling tasty coffee and empanadas, Galeria has expanded its menu and pastries.  Click here for the… Continue reading Galeria Café Reopens in Jersey City Heights After Being Closed for a Year