Kitchen Step in Downtown Van Vorst Section of Jersey City
The Friendly Crew at Kitchen Step
By Sally Deering
In the heart of the Downtown Van Vorst section of Jersey City, the Kitchen Step bistro offers Progressive American cuisine in an open and airy space that’s down to earth with natural wood tables, eco green banquettes and paintings of leaves and tree branches hanging from the dining room ceiling.
General Manager Kenneth Rosado and the staff at Kitchen Step go the distance when it comes to customer service, which is evident when the 60-seat eatery fills up during weekend brunch with customers clamoring for dishes like the Nutella Swirl Pancakes and Truffle Eggs Benedict with Smoked Salmon.
Porterhouse, Filet Mignon, New York Strip – these juicy cuts of meat are always a winner with the fine-dining lunch and dinner crowd and lucky for Jersey City, there’s a new steak house offering prime cuts in an intimate, sophisticated setting.
Liberty Prime Steakhouse on Montgomery Street in downtown Jersey City is in walking distance of both the Grove Street and Exchange Place PATH stations. The double-decker restaurant is fashioned with dark wood tables and chairs set in cozy nooks and crannies throughout and a roomy barroom that invites lively conversation as you kick back and relax.
At the recent Grand Opening on January 18th, of Razza Pizza Artigianale in downtown Jersey City (L to R) Councilman Rolando Lavarro, Jr; Council President Peter Brennan; Dan Richer (Owner); Jersey City Mayor Jerramiah Healy; Paul Silverman; Fred Shandler (Owner); Peter Klapper (HDSID); Councilwoman-at-Large Viola Richardson and Pedro Martinez a cook at the restaurant.
Razza is located at 275 Grove Street (across from Jersey City’s City Hall)- (201) 356-9348