Ribbon -Cutting Ceremony at the One Located on ground floor of the residential and retail tower at 110 First Street, restaurant adds new dynamic to Downtown Jersey City’s dining scene
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop cut the ribbon to officially open the new Jimmy John’s sandwich shop in downtown Jersey City on September 13, 2017. Photo by Jennifer Brown/The City of Jersey City
Left to Right: Jimmy John’s employees Kai Roberts, Donte Carter, Jimmy John’s Franchisee Joe Brendel, Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop, and Jimmy John’s employees Ellis Bruce and Sean Evers.
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (Sept. 13, 2017) — The unique lifestyle offered at The One became even more desirable today, when Jimmy John’s Sandwiches celebrated the opening of its first Jersey City location on the ground floor of the luxury residential and retail tower at 110 First Street. The popular restaurant, which marked the opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, adds a new dynamic to Downtown Jersey City’s renowned dining scene, and represents another example of the convenience enjoyed by residents of The One, which is situated in the Powerhouse Arts District neighborhood.
By Ricardo Kaulessar Photo by Ricardo Kaulessar Jersey City can sometimes be two Jersey Cities – the city with the tony reputation of being a mini-Manhattan and the city where people are overlooked and living in desperation on the margins.
The second Jersey City is those areas are usually seen as crime ridden and to be avoided as much as possible. However, there have been reminders recently by residents that those sections of New Jersey’s second largest city are deserving of respect and attention. Continue reading Not Just Talking the Talk but Walking the Walk→
Step inside Blue Moon Mexican Café on Montgomery Street in downtown Jersey City and you’re transported to a warm and inviting Mexican ‘courtyard’ with large comfy booths and tables under the warm glow of paper lanterns strung across the dining room and an upstairs balcony of tables that overlook this sexy, spacious restaurant.
On a snowy afternoon right after the Christmas holiday, I stopped in to meet Carlos Ortiz, who owns and manages Blue Moon Mexican Café with his brother Jose Ortiz. Together with their sisters who help with accounting and marketing and their mother who helped with the overall design, the Ortizes – who are originally from El Salvador – have created a warm and relaxed eatery with a terrific menu of Mexican dishes. Continue reading Casual Dining in a Beautiful Mexican ‘Courtyard’ “Life is a Fiesta…Eat it Up!”→
Stacks Pancake House & Café Filling Void Among Trendy Restaurant Scene in Hoboken
HOBOKEN, N.J. (January 11, 2010) – The much-anticipatedpancake house,Stacks Pancake House & Café, finally opened its doors on December 11th in Hoboken on trendy Washington Street drawing record crowds and endless lines on the weekend. Filling a void of offering pancakes for dinner, as well as other reasonably-priced American comfort cuisine, Stacks is bringing families, Hoboken professionals and the late-night bite crowd together to enjoy delicious food in an upscale, trendy atmosphere. Stacks serves 22 different varieties of pancakes, as well as omelettes, salads, sandwiches and burgers, plus milkshakes, floats and coffee drinks. Stacks replaces Junior’s Papaya, which closed in 2009. Continue reading NEW UPSCALE PANCAKE HOUSE OPENS IN HOBOKEN – DRAWS RECORD CROWDS→
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