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Re: Battello's Closing 9/15 Until 2018 - Events Canceled
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Emergency repairs on the adjacent piers have be ongoing for the past year some of the work has been done around the clock on a 24 hour schedule.


The work on the next pier up is not the same as the work that will take place on the marina pier (once the permits are issued)

THAT pier has an electic cable connecting NJ to NYC - it has something called dielectic fluid around the electrically bits and that was leaking. The actual leak was found a few weeks ago...


Is that a brand new leak? They had a big leak last year.


Same leak - they have been removing the debris from that pier for months and finally found the leak!

Now it has to be fixed and I guess that pier needs some TLC too!

Posted on: 8/10 15:32
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Re: Battello's Closing 9/15 Until 2018 - Events Canceled
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07310 wrote:
Emergency repairs on the adjacent piers have be ongoing for the past year some of the work has been done around the clock on a 24 hour schedule.


The work on the next pier up is not the same as the work that will take place on the marina pier (once the permits are issued)

THAT pier has an electic cable connecting NJ to NYC - it has something called dielectic fluid around the electrically bits and that was leaking. The actual leak was found a few weeks ago...

Posted on: 8/10 14:29
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Re: Thirty Acres Restaurant- CLOSED
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The owner of Batello is taking over the space.


Well some of the owners of Battello...

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FWIW - they say "an anticipated opening of early winter 2016"


Around Valentine's is the latest I've heard...

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this is the third "Kitchen" restaurant in a 4-block radius. John's Kitchen on Columbus, The Kitchen at Grove, now the Kitchen Step.

does no one do market research anymore?


Ah, but only one is named after a stone outside a mansion... (Kitchen Step linky)

We'll see how the name confusion works out - some of the yelp reviews for Grove St Kitchen were obviously for some other place (which has tv screens) so the area causes confusion without the names :(

Posted on: 2016/1/23 13:02
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Re: Thirty Acres Restaurant- Jersey Avenue
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Had what I assume will be my last meal there last night, excellent stuff. Wish I had gone more throughout their lifespan, love his cooking.


You'd better plan a trip to the west coast - check out their instagram to see how things are s-l-o-w-l-y going

Posted on: 2016/1/23 11:22
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Re: The Kitchen at Grove Station (corner of Columbus and Marin)
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There was a windbreak / vestibule covering from the bottom of the steps up to the door last time I was there (~2 weeks back) guess they got given the green light for it

Also I asked about the liquor license and it's coming soon- gonna be a small bar to the left of the pastry glass thing

And they are going to do a chefs tasting early evening at the place the dishes are placed for the servers (The pass I think it is called) - I raised my eyebrows as it always seems busy there - and the Chef said early evening so everyone wins!


Posted on: 2015/4/3 3:29
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Re: Skylark Diner Newport Closed?
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Its three years since they opened - could be the lease expired or they simply didn't renew

There was a sign up (when i last passed) telling people who had turned up for a party to go to another location(!)

The Skylark on the Hudson website simply says they are currently closed


Posted on: 2015/4/3 3:22
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Re: The Kitchen at Grove Station (corner of Columbus and Marin)
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the Chef (David Viana) used to be the Chef de Cusine at Daryl in New Brunswick (until July 2013) and subsequently was at Battello until he started at The Kitchen at Grove Station

good guy !

Posted on: 2014/11/16 7:04
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Re: Mapping Jersey City's Tower-Tastic Residential Building Boom
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When we moved to JC in the mid '90s, we were told Lefrak had planning permission(?) for Newport (the Pavonia bit is now silent) which involved 11 towers on it from the PATH down to the Hoboken border...

Dunno how far they have got, but if they have less than 11... we'll see more as they believe the market can support it

Posted on: 2014/5/1 3:10
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Re: Battello Restaurant on the Newport Pier
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Menu is up on OpenTable

http://www.opentable.com/battello

tab marked, er, menu ;)

Posted on: 2014/3/11 18:09

Edited by davork on 2014/3/11 18:35:16
Reason: menu is up(!)
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Re: Michael Anthony.s closing?
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Does anyone have info on who bought Michael Anthony's?


http://www.battellojc.com




Operators
Cory Checket cory@battellojc.com
Darren Conway
Fia Berisha fia@battellojc.com
Executive Chef
Ryan DePersio
Chef de Cuisine
David Viana
Designer
Anthony Carrino


- Cory is from the Turtle Club in Hoboken
- Darren is from Pier 15 Hoboken
- Ryan is chef/Owner of Fascino in Montclair
- Fia and Dave are from daryl Restaurant in New Brunswick (two year back to back listed in NJ Monthly best 25 restaurant)

So the food and service will be good is Ryan's track record is anything to go by

They are aiming to complete the renovations by mid Jan 2014... and will be doing catering (I guess after the holidays)


Posted on: 2013/12/22 18:36
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Re: Waterside "first date drinks" locale?
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Michael Anthony's has a new owner and new chef - the old chef walked out a couple of days ago... apparently the place is being renovated for a couple of months in time for the fall...

the food can only get better...


Posted on: 2013/8/5 7:12
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Re: 1 Greene St
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1 Greene is one of the oldest condos in the area - as a result it's tax abatement was one of the first to go

we sold in 2005 and the buyer knew what the property tax was when they bought and that it was going to ***double*** a few months later

As for the maintenance costs
- when we were there, all the condos 4th floor and above got a deeded parking space which you had to pay for the valet service
- 'people' wanted 24 x 7 front desk staff - and obviously that costs money!
- that roof still isn't fixed?
- When we were leaving, the building across the street (where the green cow used to be) was causing water to penetrate the brickwork - is that fixed now?

Posted on: 2013/7/11 16:26
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