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Re: Rainbow to be replaced by Hoboken restaurant group responsible for 1 Republik
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Look around. Plenty of options right now that no more are really needed.

Luckys
VB3
Hopscotch
Grove Square (coffee shop by the PATH)
PJ Ryan's

Not to mention the larger places with less TVs (Porta, Southhouse).

I also prefer something about more creative. A music hall, A food hall akin to Berg'n as someone mentioned (what carino provisions could have been), or a real BBQ by the pound place (what Hamilton pork should have been).

Posted on: 2016/8/7 13:57
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Re: Chick-fil-A, on the way!
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This thread is ridiculous.

Went by today. Delicious as expected and great customer service. Got very busy during lunch - around 12:30. If i HAVE to go the mall, at least I know I can get me some Chik-fil-a while there.

Posted on: 2015/11/17 0:44
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Re: Downtown Jersey City businesses take on local farmers market
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Looks like the Heights may be benefitting from all of this DTJC food truck nonsense. Last night I saw three of them parked up on a corner on Palisade Ave near Riverview Park. One was Incrediballs but I couldn't tell what the others were.

Sadly there wasn't a food truck in sight at the Friday night thing at Grove PATH.

DTJC get your shit together. https://www.ij.org/food-truck-freedom.

Posted on: 2015/3/28 14:17
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Re: LoLo loved ones love organics-- what is this place?
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Looks like it's called The Squeeze. Two locations in Manhattan (another planned for Chelsea Market) and one in the Williamsburg area.

http://thesqueezejuice.com/about/contact-us/

Posted on: 2015/3/27 0:32
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Re: Talde and Carrini provisions open?
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I talked to one of the proprietors about a seafood counter and he said maybe in time. When they have seafood on the menu in Osteria, the restaurant in the back, they may also sell that menu at one of the counters. However, don't take my word for it; let's see what they decide to do. It's the first day so they are probably just feeling everything out. By the way, the place looks fantastic.

I think this place will do really well. These guys really know how to run a joint. Check out their backgrounds on the Pork Slope restaurant's web site.

http://www.porkslopebrooklyn.com/team/

Posted on: 2015/1/23 18:57
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Re: Old building on Newark may fall. Street Closed
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It is from that digging. I was standing near some reporters who were explaining it to anyone who was around them. Said that construction crew dug too deep and hit something that impacts thou foundation of the Hard Grove building.

I was thinking the same thing re: hard grove suing.

Posted on: 2014/10/15 0:01
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Re: Jersey City marketing campaign: ‘Make It Yours’
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I haven't seen this posted anywhere on this thread. A promotional video!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uazk21-BImU

Love or hate the campaign, it's a good video.


Posted on: 2014/10/12 14:57
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Re: Laptops, watches stolen during Jersey City home burglary, police say
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This may be the most poorly written article I have ever read.

It mentioned "according to police" at the end of every sentence and twice in one paragraph. That paragraph was only two sentences long!

It stated the dollar value of $2800 twice, for some reason. It also had to include that the husband was 57 years old but didn't mention the ages of the wife or mother.

Wow...

Posted on: 2014/9/7 22:42
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Re: Where should you live in New Jersey?
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I got Hoboken too. If you had anything in there about living in or near a big city or anything about walking you probably got Hoboken.

Someone from NJ.com responded to a commenter on that article and said they were limited in how many options they could have:

"Red Bank, Maplewood, Cherry Hill, Wayne, Cape May, Hoboken, Flemington and New Brunswick were the possible results. We were limited to eight responses, unfortunately. We tried to pick a variety of towns from different parts of the state."

Posted on: 2014/7/24 22:13
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Re: Razza Pizza Artigianale
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I am bumping this thread up so you all can see this neat video about Razza's bread and butter plate. It's seriously one of the best things on the menu, even at $4.

The video looks great too and Dan Richer has a great personality.

http://eater.com/archives/2014/07/17/ ... over-bread-and-butter.php

Now go get some!

Posted on: 2014/7/20 18:39
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Re: BIG Fireworks - BIG Festival - Liberty State Park on July 4th!
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Hey everyone- I found a map-and there is bike parking!!!!

http://instagram.com/p/p_5aS7hLtT/

Posted on: 2014/7/4 13:01
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Re: PATH currently suspended 12/20 8:45 AM
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I often hear people say the PATH is unreliable but I disagree. I would imagine it isn't any less reliable than the MTA Subway system. I don't take the MTA subway often so if has gotten better in the past few years I stand corrected. I think we think its less reliable because there are only three ways to get into Manhattan but unless you are in Manhattan, many of the other borrows only have a few ways to get in also.

Yes this morning sucked [badly] but really its generally pretty reliable during rush hour. Weekends and late nights are a different story but that is the same with any major subway system.

Posted on: 2013/12/20 16:09
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Re: What's going there?
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Anyone know what's happening with the old Fenny Pharmacy on Newark Ave near Grove? I saw some workers cleaning up in there while I was on the way to the PATH.

I don't know the exact number of the building. As most probably know, Fenny Pharmacy moved a few months back from this location to one a few doors down closer to the PATH station.


Posted on: 2013/7/19 14:13
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Re: PATH iPhone App
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You can turn the sounds off. When you have the app open, go to More at the bottom right, then Settings. You can uncheck the one or both sound options.

Quote:

elsquid wrote:
Only thing I don't like about CooCoo is that when you open it, it makes that cuckoo clock sound, which is a tad obnoxious in public. I mute my phone now before using it.

Posted on: 2013/7/15 17:10
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Re: PATH iPhone App
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I use CooCoo. What isn't simple about it? I go from Grove to 33rd every day. When I check it its always on that search, and if I want to reverse it, I just click the reverse route button. It also saves your previous searches.

I used to love http://nynj.net/ but whoever maintains that has not updated it since Sandy altered the PATH schedules.

Posted on: 2013/7/14 21:40
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Cracked street on Jersey and Newark
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Why hasn't the city repaired this yet?

Two or three weeks ago I noticed the brick path in the southern street in this intersection had a few broken bricks. You could see the broken of bricks pushed off close to the curb. Yesterday I noticed the shape of the broken bricks has gotten bigger.

These bricks make an otherwise crumby looking Newark Ave look nicer. Can we get on this already before it just becomes another gaping hole in the street?

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Posted on: 2013/3/15 2:47
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Erie Street Market & Tel.Co Lofts (8 Erie Street)
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How is it that no one is talking about this?

This is exciting stuff!!!

http://www.jerseycityindependent.com/ ... -ribbon-at-8-erie-street/

This Friday, March 15, at 10am, HGTV’s Kitchen Cousins will cut the ribbon at 8 Erie Street, marking the beginning of the renovation of the former police station into Erie Street Market & Tel.Co Lofts.

Local boys (and actual cousins) Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri, more widely known as the Kitchen Cousins, bought the building in 2012 with plans to revitalize both the building and the neighborhood. The building, formerly used by the Jersey City Police Department was originally the first NY/NJ Telephone Switching Station in New Jersey, hence the name, Tel.Co Lofts.

Tel.Co Lofts will be chic industrial rental lofts from the second floor up. Sixteen residential lofts of varying floor plans based on sized and location comprise the entire top of the building; individual spaces range from 765 to 1640 square feet.

The ground floor, however, will be a space unlike any other in the area. The floor plan is a year round gourmet marketplace with public access to an open-air courtyard known as Erie Street Market. There will also be other businesses moving into the space, including a restaurant. Unfortunately for investors, all other commercial spaces are spoken for, with details pending.

Today, Brunelleschi Construction (Carrino, Colaneri, Carrino’s father Alfonso, and Zach Simon-Curry) is thrilled to have completed the clean out of the space, and look forward to Friday’s ribbon-cutting as a way to celebrate the renovation process. Jersey City’s mayor, Jerremiah Healy will also participate in the ceremony. Attendees will be given a short, guided tour through the space so they can see how the project will lay out.

Also forthcoming from the Kitchen Cousins: An iPhone/iPad app which gives users step-by-step DIY instructions, renovation calculators, tips, storage space for personal project photos and information, and a social section where users can “ask the experts.”

JCI will provide ongoing coverage of the Kitchen Cousins progress – stay tuned.

Posted on: 2013/3/13 1:26
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Whats happening between Duane Reade and Dunkin Donuts at the Grove PATH station?
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Been here for a little over two years and its been vacant the whole time. But recently it looks like there is some activity there. Seems like prime real estate if you ask me but maybe its too much money and therefore vacant.

Posted on: 2012/3/1 0:38
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Re: Value Plus on Newark Ave btw Erie and Grove
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And offices in Milano's is a complete waste of space. There is absolutely no way these office will bring people walking on the streets, checking out restaurants and bars and whatever.

This is why the addition of Barcade is great. Nothing else around here like it...great space, craft beers and an innovative idea that has worked very well in Brooklyn.

Posted on: 2011/4/19 23:16
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Re: Value Plus on Newark Ave btw Erie and Grove
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Rainbow shop is no better than the shit store that was there before. This is also a half assed Rainbow shop. At least the ones in Manhattan dont look like complete dumps.

Should have been a TRADER JOE's. Would have brought in everyone in and around JC as well as the Hoboken crowd.

Closest ones are the one in Edgewater which even people in Hoboken find it a pain to get to and the one on 23rd and 6th in Manhattan.

Posted on: 2011/4/19 23:14
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