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Re: For anyone interested in obtaining a Concealed Carry Permit
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You know, I agree with you most of the time, but not on this. From 1979 I've lived in Pittsburgh, Oakland, NYC and JC for a total of 37 years, and never once have been in situation where I wished I had a gun in my pocket.


Same. (LA, Houston, NYC and JC for me.) We should make mental health services available to people who are so fearful they need to have a gun strapped them to make it through their day.


Seriously, what a nut job.


Ad hominem herb. You know what they say about anecdotal evidence. That said, the other evidence tends to agree with you as well.

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Re: Thanks, Jersey City Heights
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Keep fighting the good fight. Took downtown quite a while, the Heights is at least 5 years behind.

Posted on: 6/7 8:41
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Re: Marco & Pepe Sold
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It's not my first message, I closed my old email account.

My husband would only eat burgers from Marco and Pepe or Lighthorse tavern. He has been complaining about Marco and Pepe closing and I don't feel like trekking over to Lighthorse all the time so I was looking for other places and making him try other burgers. He will eat the ones at Burger. Leftbank is ok by me but he is picky and this is driving me crazy. I never noticed that place and apparently it's been by Torico's for a year.


I couldn't help but think, if your husband wanted a ground cow sandwich so badly, why not just make it? I know you will come up with a list of reasons why it's not feasible, I just could not help but think it. Doesn't get easier.

Posted on: 5/13 13:57
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Re: Citing chain store ban, Jersey City aims to block new CVS
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Well said.

Posted on: 5/12 14:18
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Re: Woman Beaten After Confronting Teens at Hamilton Park
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That's a shame.

Posted on: 3/3 9:50
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Re: TALDE JERSEY CITY
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Permits on the front of Bell & Grey reference adding a kitchen to the space as well as installation of a "BBQ table."


Hibachi, hot pot, korean bbq...?

edit: must be Kbbq, since it specifically mentions BBQ.

Posted on: 1/16 21:00
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Re: Curbed Cup: Greenpoint vs. Jersey City
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Nice to see it beat out Greenpoint.

Posted on: 12/16 11:23
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Re: Tractor trailer crashes into gazebo in Hamilton Park
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Time for those concrete pillars at the park entrance north/south. They can keep it open east/west for vehicular movement for those little food things they do.

Posted on: 12/9 8:58
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Re: Leonard Gordon Park planning meeting details?
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jerseymom wrote:
This might provide some background:

By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
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on December 06, 2016 at 7:50 AM

Leonard Gordon Park, located in the Western slope just north of Manhattan Avenue, may be the city's most unusual park.

It's not just the bison and bear statues that make the 5.6-acre, century-old park distinctive. Its steep hills also set it apart, making it a perfect spot for sledding when snow comes, even if the slopes cause rainwater to drain into little pools and in nearby homes. Its nickname is "Mosquito Park."

The park, named after a soldier who served in the Union Army during the Civil War, is also at the center of a tug-of-war between two community groups that have been bickering over how the city should spend $700,000 earmarked for renovations.

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Thanks a lot, that does fill me in. What a way to hold a neighborhood hostage! It's jarring to see the difference between Riverview-fisk and gordon park, natural advantages of riverview notwithstanding.

Posted on: 12/8 11:01
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Re: Leonard Gordon Park planning meeting details?
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I'd love to hear it any recap as well. How do I get involved? Any actionable steps? It's the forgotten park, really.

Posted on: 12/7 22:23
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Re: Need a car blocking my driveway towed
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I didn't follow up with this thread, but thanks for those numbers. I ended up googling a local tow truck company, Truchan. I was referred to the local police department, who referred me to JC parking authority.
They picked up after 2 rings and sent a car over in 15 minutes. They ticketed the car.
My next step after that was to call Truchan, to have the ticketed car towed. It didn't come to that, as the person moved their car.
The car was legitimately blocking my driveway and I couldn't enter.

Posted on: 12/7 22:16
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Need a car blocking my driveway towed
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What number do I call?

Posted on: 12/6 20:11
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Re: Pet Shop"lift" Bar
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Do you even lift bro?

Posted on: 12/1 22:50
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Re: Blue Lotus
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I discovered that Blue Lotus has been sold, and will be reopening as an Indian restaurant. The new owners are tbe folks who run the Indian in the Newport Mall food court.

Robin.


Uhh...? Huh.

Posted on: 2016/11/27 20:55
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Re: Blue Lotus
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tern wrote:
Blue Lotus 'Closed for Renovations', another restaurant bites the dust in that spot.

The food was great, best Indian I have had in Jersey City, but prices were high.

Robin.


Usually code for: failed health inspections. Good, as that place is pretty sus.

Posted on: 2016/11/25 23:01
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Re: Can Anyone Recommend an Affordable/Decent Real Estate Attorney???
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What are the prices you can expect to pay? I see differences from all the 'down' at 750 to up to 1250, have even seen 1450. In the scheme of things, not much difference when shelling out hundreds of K for a purchase, but it seems crazy to pay 100% more for a lawyer when the results are identical.

Posted on: 2016/11/25 8:44
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Re: Square One
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We're back to this again? Get it? Get itzsdlkjzf

Posted on: 2016/11/24 9:58
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Re: STARBUCKS: HOMELESS SHELTER (Grove)
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Gee the OP better not venture up The Square after Feb 2017 he/she will have a stroke. The new Starbucks will have plenty of room for the homeless inside and out. (Happy Thanksgiving)


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JJ 6/24/2016 : “The Journal Square Starbucks would be 2,079 square feet on the PATH hub's ground level, adjacent to the new PJ Ryan's Squared. The 10-year lease would bring in $1.4 million total for the Port Authority. Starbucks is committing to spend nearly $600,000 renovating the space.

The average Manhattan Starbucks is 1,600 square feet.

The proposed lease indicates an opening date of around Feb. 1, 2017. Starbucks would be allowed to be the only retailer in the transportation center whose primary purpose is to sell coffee, a provision Starbucks required before committing to open a store there, and would not affect existing businesses.

Starbucks would be allowed to use 1,600 square feet adjacent to its proposed new store as outdoor seating without paying additional rent.”


Interesting bold line they are shutting out future coffee shops.


What are the borders of the 'transportation center'? Would hate to see even JSQ look like Anytown USA

Posted on: 2016/11/23 12:29
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Re: Dolma Restaurant
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Good. I hope ppl think its closed all the time so it's not as busy when i go.

This place is great hidden gem. The food, everything on the menu is superb.


I hope it's packed and gets the recognition it deserves. It's delicious and I hope business picks up.

Posted on: 2016/11/22 10:33
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Re: Dolma Restaurant
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What is this phenomenon where every restaurant I want to go to is closed on that particular day? It's closed today :*

Posted on: 2016/11/21 17:00
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Re: Armed Robbery - Liberty Ave Near Journal Square - 7am
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The mugger was described as being in his teens or his 20s. I wonder if there were any other descriptors? That's a very broad brush.

Posted on: 2016/11/16 11:58
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Re: Midnight Market down on the water front last night....
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I had some FOMO, not so much after reading this. when is the next time?

Posted on: 2016/11/6 18:02
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Re: What's going there? (Heights edition)
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The new storefront from my OP has been done for a while, and for rent here. I'm amazed such a careful restoration was done without a tenant in mind! If there was a way to post a photo, I would, but here is the rendering - if you've been by it and/or have heard if anyone is considering opening a business please share!
http://www.loopnet.com/Listing/188752 ... anklin-St-Jersey-City-NJ/


Looks good...but that lack of foot traffic and lack of parking. Give a shout if you see anything more desirable.

Posted on: 2016/11/3 21:30
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Re: The Hutton Bar & Grill
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Very pleased to have this charming cocktail, wine + dining spot in the Heights. Visited last evening and came away with many reasons to return, including great quality, fair prices and warm hospitality.

Tried the bacon popcorn, octopus, beet salad, lobster risotto, roast chicken, some cocktails, wine and left room for a nice selection of desserts (apple tart and warm donuts!). Everything was well seasoned with plenty of menu options, depending on your appetite and dietary needs.

On a rainy Sunday evening, it got us out of our own kitchen and into something special. Very happy to have The Hutton in the neighborhood!


Great to hear this! I had a neighborhood bar downtown and that is the one thing that has been sorely lacking in the Heights (for me).

Posted on: 2016/11/3 21:23
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The Hutton Bar & Grill
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Formerly Monaghan's Tavern, located at 225 Hutton Street, Western Slope of the Heights.

Have yet to try it but decided to start a new thread because the old thread was asking about 'what was going to replace monaghan's tavern.'

Yelp reviews look good, and looking forward to a spot with a little less...character than Ringside Tavern. Spotting Mike Tyson there occasionally: not worth the imminent implied violence ("What're you looking at?")

Posted on: 2016/10/28 12:16
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Re: Jersey City will get two ‘ultra-luxury’ condo towers
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Jersey City will get two ‘ultra-luxury’ condo towers

Park and Shore recently broke ground and will bring a total of 429 residences to the Hudson River waterfront

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As rent-burdened New Yorkers continue to flee across the Hudson to Jersey City, a new residential project that will further alter the already-changing Hudson River waterfront is now underway. An "ultra-luxury" condo helmed by Strategic Capital, the real estate investment arm of China Construction America, is now in the works.

The development, named Park and Shore, will consist of two distinct buildings offering units of various sizes and (pretty high) prices. The first, 75 Park Lane, will rise 37 stories and contain 358 apartments ranging from studios through three-bedrooms, along with some penthouses. The second building, Shore House, will be adjacent to 75 Park Lane and will feature "the industrial style found in Tribeca and Brooklyn," whatever that means (presumably, Edison bulbs and exposed beams and, well, you get the drill). There will be significantly fewer units, with just 71 one- and two-bedroom apartments. Both buildings will offer amenities that include swimming pools, fitness centers, children’s play area, spas, game rooms, golf simulators, co-working areas, and more.

Despite its Jersey City location, the development will have Manhattan price points, with one-bedrooms beginning at $650,000—a significantly higher number than the city's current median home price of $320,000. A press release notes that the development presents an opportunity to "buy Manhattan quality in Jersey City,"

Woods Bagot, who conceived New York City’s Baccarat Hotel, is the project’s architect and interior designer. Sales for Park and Shore are expected to launch in early 2017.



I hope they're done with construction before the crash! Would love to pick up a 2 bed for a discount.

Posted on: 2016/10/28 12:11
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Re: Monaghan's tavern
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Psyched to check this out this weekend. Not much to do around here after moving from downtown. Anyone care to make a new thread to hype it?

Posted on: 2016/10/26 22:31
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Re: Dullboy cocktail bar
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The only bar in JC that should be on that list is on West Side Ave.


Why ? What is the name of this great place ?


He's probably referring to New Park Tavern, a cop bar. I've been, it's better than ok. Nice place to smoke outside in the back if you're into that thing, good bar pies and such, cheap beers.


Bar pies? I haven't been in since summer, they're serving pizza??


No, they're not, I made a mistake. I meant burgers, but bar pies came out instead. Cheeeese.

Posted on: 2016/10/16 16:40
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Re: 555 Market gone!!!
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I remember browsing through their cabbage. Bugs started pouring out from between the leaves. I jumped into the air and ran out. Haven't been back in 3 years.

Posted on: 2016/10/12 15:51
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Re: Dullboy cocktail bar
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The only bar in JC that should be on that list is on West Side Ave.


Why ? What is the name of this great place ?


He's probably referring to New Park Tavern, a cop bar. I've been, it's better than ok. Nice place to smoke outside in the back if you're into that thing, good bar pies and such, cheap beers.

Posted on: 2016/10/7 14:37
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