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Re: Selling gourmet yet healthy pre-prepped and portioned meals at Farmers Markets
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Maise wrote:
You need to actually cook the Blue Apron meals. While they are very tasty recipes, I have found that it can take 45-60 minutes to actually prepare them.

TotalTheatreLab - What you are asking for sort of exists already. Check out Munchery.com - I started using them a few weeks ago and am blown away - the meals come refrigerated and you heat them up in the oven or microwave. They have a good mix of healthy options every day and the food has been delicious.

Use this code to get $10 off your first order - http://munchery.com/invite/99C6BXZ4 - (full disclosure, I get $10 too).


I got a flyer about the munchery and the website looks interesting, meals look great! My only concern is where is the food actually being prepared? I'm imagining someone's kitchen (I've heard those horror stories of take-out in NYC not really being prepared where they say they are)

Posted on: 2016/5/10 13:57
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Re: Best BYOB places in Downtown JC
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bodhipooh wrote:
Good topic, and one that is often full of incorrect information.

BYOB in NJ has some quirks, some good, some odd, some bad.

The one great quirk: no corkage fee! A restaurant that allows BYOB CAN NOT legally impose a corkage fee, or any other fee related to the BYOB privilege. So, no cover fee, no service fee, no fee at all.

The odd quirks: State law permits only wine and malt alcoholic beverages (beer) to be consumed. That means you are not allowed to bring in distilled alcohol, so rum, vodka, gin, whiskey, etc. Another odd quirk, even if a restaurant allows BYOB (see next paragraph) they can NOT advertise their policy. So, strictly speaking, the only way to know if a restaurant is BYOB is to inquire, or to find out from someone else.

Bad quirks: BYOB is not universally available across the state. In other words, even though state law allows it, it is up to each locality to legally allow it. Even a city allows it, it is up to each restaurant to decide whether to allow their patrons to BYOB.


Is this definitely true? My boyfriend and I were planning to go to Satis for dinner Friday night so I looked @ the menu online and it says there is a $25 corkage fee which I found pretty steep. They also have a full bar so I was a little confused about what was going on. If they are byob still I would love it if it's against the law to charge a corkage fee-make my dinner bill a lot cheaper!

Posted on: 2016/4/19 16:59
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Therapist/Psychologist
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Looking to see if anyone has recommendations on therapists or psychologists in JC or Hoboken. Ideally someone who deals with general anxiety. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Posted on: 2016/4/6 17:00
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Re: Looking for a General Practitioner
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I will certainly look into all suggestions! Thanks so much!!

Posted on: 2015/9/17 19:00
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Looking for a General Practitioner
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Need a good general practitioner. Does anyone have any recommendations? If in the downtown it would be an added bonus but willing to travel for a good MD!

Thanks!

Posted on: 2015/9/16 18:39
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Re: What's up with the construction at Monmouth & 6th St?
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moobycow wrote:
I think it's Monty's second location.



Posted on: 2015/9/1 14:24
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Re: Coles & Pavonia-What the heck is that thing
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Thank you! Should've known JC List was all over this by now!

Posted on: 2015/8/31 18:25
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Coles & Pavonia-What the heck is that thing
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Has anyone seen on the corner of Coles st. & Pavonia -a flower pot with a long fabric pole hanging out of it? It's been there all summer and I have no clue what it is. Its been driving me crazy.

Is it art? Is it garbage? Anyone else notice it?

Posted on: 2015/8/31 17:22
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movie shoot in Hamilton park
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Anyone know details of the movie shoot in Hamilton park today? I saw all the trailers and craft services set up this morning! Interested to learn what they are filming...

Posted on: 2015/4/21 13:26
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Brunswick & 10th Street-What's going on there
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I Live in the Hamilton Park area, I noticed in the back end of Brunswick near 10th street (behind the park across from the Storage Building) some sort of building is going up. Anyone know whats being built there?

Posted on: 2014/12/18 18:30
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Re: Cleaning Service
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wrensdad wrote:
I was using a cash only guy, but he disappeared one day, with my keys and some some cash I had in the house.

So I switched to MaidinJC.com They've been doing a great job. On time, cleaned the apt spotless, girls were super nice, even offered some tips (clean your toothbrushes in the dishwasher to disinfect them).

I like that the owner lives here in town and is a real company with insurance, bonding, etc. After my prior experience, I'll be more careful on who I give my keys to.


-Looking for a professional cleaning company here in town. Would you recommend Maid in JC? I've had similar issues with cleaning companies...

Posted on: 2014/10/14 18:27
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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frankm wrote:
Is there any merit to this?

"Whole Foods, the gourmet grocer legions of avid fans have been hoping would soon open a Jersey City branch, will occupy the bottom two floors of the new tower being constructed at the Grove Street PATH station."

http://www.newyorkssixth.com/

Can anyone confirm or deny this?


Fingers crossed that it is!

Posted on: 2014/10/2 20:47
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Re: Ahris Kitchen: Korean food in downtown Jersey City
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icecreamarsenal wrote:
Our Kickstarter is live!
Please, check it out:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2 ... jersey-city-ahris-kitchen


So excited! Live in the neighborhood and this is just what Hamilton Park needs. Counting down the days. First time donating to kickstarter, you guys deserve it!

Posted on: 2014/9/26 18:51
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Re: Hamilton Park BBQ Festival Saturday 9/27 NOON-8PM
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Do you have to purchase tickets? Or do you pay per booth?

Thanks!

Posted on: 2014/9/26 18:05
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Apartment Rental Search Website
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Looking for an apartment to rent in town, are there any other websites besides Craigslist that post up to date rental listings in JC?

Thanks!

Posted on: 2014/3/17 17:32
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