Ribbon-cutting at Choripan Argentinian Grill:Â Bayonne City officials and local business leaders took part in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Choripan Authentic Argentinian Grill at 27th Street and Broadway.Â Pictured left to right: First Ward Council Member Neil Carroll III, City Council President Sharon Ashe-Nadrowski, Mayor Jimmy Davis, manager Felix Lopez, Valentina Varguez, owner Leo Novillo, and Council Member At-Large Juan Perez.
MUSIC BROADWAY BAYONNE -FRIDAY JANUARY 6th LIVE MUSIC ON BROADWAY RETURNS TO BAYONNE AREA VENUES, FEATURING TALENTED ENTERTAINERS AT SEVEN VENUES
Music Broadway Bayonne is a wonderful way to get out, go for dinner and listen to young talented musicians play while you dine. Live Music on Broadway now in its 4th week pairs local musicians with some of Bayonne’s excellent dinner venues.
Going out to dine Friday night January 6, visit one of thesse fine establishments and listen to some fantastic music
Â River View ObserverÂ Restaurant Views:
Hendrickson’s Restaurant features Old World Charm in the 21st Century
by Sally DeeringÂ Â
Â A step inside Hendrickson’s in Bayonne is like a step back in time with its dark-wood, low-lighting and in the back dining room wooden booths upholstered in dark green leather and photographs of Bayonne history on the walls. It has the feeling of a Bavarian ale house from back in the day, hearty portions of steak and chops, but Henrickson’s has kept in step with times by offering Italian, Mexican and All-American family fare. They even have a children’s menu!
Home-style Cooking, Family Fun and 30 TVs Tuned to Sports!
By Sally Deering
Â Whether you want to take the family out for some delicious home-style Italian cooking or you’re a sports fan itching to see your favorite team on a large screen TV while munching mouth-watering Buffalo wings, The Big Apple Sports Palace in Bayonne has it all – 30 Large Screen TVs, shuffleboard, pool, a Sopranos pinball machine and fabulous food at affordable prices.
Vinny Bottino and his wife, Elaine opened The Big Apple in 1976 and in 1989, their son Vinny and his wife Toni took over, expanded the space and put in a kitchen, much to the delight of their regulars. Now known as the Big Apple Sports Palace, families can enjoy home-style Italian cooking and sports fans can watch their favorite games broadcast from 30 TVs including a digital projection screen.
Continue reading The Big Apple Sports Palace, Bayonne, New Jersey
By Herb Fluke
Â Here is a restaurant Â list I will be updating every month by adding new restaurants in ourÂ Â River View Observer Print publication and here at riverviewobserver.com
Try one of these fineÂ restuarants for a delicious night out.- Enjoy HerbÂ