Tag Archive for Jersey City

Times Critic Says New York’s Best Pizza Is in New Jersey

Source: Grub Street NY

New York City has well upwards of a thousand slice shops and pizzerias, but none of them will do for New York Times‘ Pete Wells. Not, at least, when he’s on the hunt for the city’s best pizza, which he argues is actually across the Hudson River, in Jersey …

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Pete Wells: Is New York’s Best Pizza in New Jersey?

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Source: NY Times Food

3 stars | At Razza in Jersey City, local buffalo milk and hazelnuts go into pies that can stand up to the best of the five boroughs.

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Second Blue Apron Warehouse Supposedly Plagued by Ongoing Violence

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Source: Grub Street NY

Blue Apron’s problems with workplace violence apparently stretch a little further than one California fulfillment center. Fresh off the news that the meal-kit start-up’s Bay Area warehouse isn’t all couscous and roses, the New York Post sent a reporter gumshoeing around the Jersey City facility and

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Robert Sietsema Snacks on Pav in Jersey City

Robert Sietsema Snacks on Pav in Jersey City

Source: Eater NY

If you feel like making the trek to Jersey City, Fido’s Cafe is a must! Robert Sietsema for Eater visited the Mumbai-style Irani cafe and was blown away by the vada pav, which he describes as, “a baseball-size potato fritter mounted on the tiny roll and looking like an elephant sitting on a bicycle.” The pav (or bread) comes in several varieties including the vegetarian daal fry pav and salli boti pav.

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Talde’s Jersey City Outpost Now Open

Talde's Jersey City Outpost Now Open

Source: Eater NY

If it weren’t for the fact that Dale Talde’s second location of Talde is on the other side of the Hudson, La Laterna Caffe could have some serious competition. Just last night the second location of his popular Brooklyn restaurant Talde opened up in Jersey City, according to Eater. Lanterns flutter throughout the space, hovering over tables, while a mass of them illuminate the bar.

The menu offers some new dim sum options like the McBao (that’s a bun with boneless char siu ribs and pickles) as well as Talde classics such as the bacon pad Thai and pretzel, pork and chive dumplings.

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