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Had to google this place...only found their FB page which had some pretty terrible looking food...which I think they posted themselves...

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No Hope in Dope?

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I tried the food.
I was reminded of an expression I heard often from my sainted grandmama in her futile attempt to make me behave politely.


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The name in my opinion is just ridiculous. C'est la vie

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I'm looking forward to checking it out. Hope it lives up the the name.
good luck.

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Hard to take you guys seriously with such a cornball name....I'm going to "the dopeness" for dinner.....it just doesn't work.


This.

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Hard to take you guys seriously with such a cornball name....I'm going to "the dopeness" for dinner.....it just doesn't work.

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WE TOOK OFF THE CORKING FEE!!! SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE!!:))) REMEMBER STAY DOPE!


Geez Louise what is with the all caps?

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WE TOOK OFF THE CORKING FEE!!! SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE!!:))) REMEMBER STAY DOPE!


We did it!!!!!

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WE TOOK OFF THE CORKING FEE!!! SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE!!:))) REMEMBER STAY DOPE!

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Has anyone even been charged a corking fee here? People are already boycotting and up in arms when no one even knows what's up. At least wait to bitch until after you get charged, not because you read it on the intertubes. I plan to check it out, and if I see a corking fee on my bill, I'll simply ask for it to be removed.

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Agreed with dahood, welcome to JC and best of luck to The Dopeness.

I will def stop in and check out the new spot.

A bunch of rats and haters on this thread that have nothing better to do than b*tch and criticize.


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Dopeness you are welcome to JC. I will def give it a try. I think the name is pretty cool!

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39 posts and not one from someone who has eaten there - is this a record?


No comments on the food? Perhaps there's one teetotaler that likes Mexican cuisine?


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Man, you guys are harsh. I for one welcome the new place to the neighborhood. We should be embracing young, creative people who are trying something new in Jersey City instead of taking their entrepreneurial spirit to Brooklyn.

Hopefully they'll get rid of the corkage fee but this board is sounding pretty negative towards a new business.


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"Sounds like a relation to drugs to me, such as doping. The new term is more of an inner city ghetto slang as in "thats dope" "

Your old is showing, Heights.

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Is the name a drug reference? Could attract a bad crowd.


LOL you must be an older kat...

Dopeness: Adjective used to describe the niceness, or awesomeness of a person, place or a thing.

Sounds like a relation to drugs to me, such as doping. The new term is more of an inner city ghetto slang as in "thats dope"

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39 posts and not one from someone who has eaten there - is this a record?

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Is the name a drug reference? Could attract a bad crowd.


LOL you must be an older kat...

Dopeness: Adjective used to describe the niceness, or awesomeness of a person, place or a thing.

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OMGZ cork fees are illegal!!!1one

as if all of you always have obeyed ever law ever.

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Is the name a drug reference? Could attract a bad crowd.


Well, maybe the owner (Jonathan Webb Scanlon) can chime in, as he did earlier in this thread. But, based on his other endeavor (Seminomadic) that could very well be right.

I can see that this guy is making an attempt to make it big, and obviously he must be passionate about what he is doing (clothing line, modeling, restaurant, etc) so I really hope he can accept all this feedback and make the most of it. Based on the pictures of the food, I *want* to try out this place. I just won't do so until this BYOB corkage fee nonsense is addressed.

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Can't be worse than Jordan's lounge, which needs to have additional age restrictions to keep their customers under control.

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Is the name a drug reference? Could attract a bad crowd.

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Who Cares. Taqueria is Rude, Orale is to expensive,
Dopeness is charging a fee. really who cares except this
dopey site. Meanwhile the Taq, and Orale laugh all the way to the bank. Don't go there, Go there ! Either way you won't be missed.

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I suspect The Dopeness is either close to obtaining their liquor license (they aren't cheap) or they are simply oblivious to this:

The State of NJ Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control says that non-licensed restaurants could be permitted to allow customers to bring their own alcoholic beverages (BYOB) for consumption with their meals:

Unless there is a local ordinance prohibiting it customers of an unlicensed restaurant may be permitted by the ownership of the restaurant to bring and consume only wine and beer. The restaurant can supply glasses, ice, etc., but may not impose a cover, corkage or service charge. Also, under no circumstances may spirituous liquor be permitted. There may be no advertising whatsoever of the fact that wine or beer may be permitted. Additionally, the owner may not permit wine or beer to be consumed during hours in which the sale of these products is prohibited by licensees in that municipality, nor allow consumption of beer or wine by persons under the age of 21 years or by persons who are actually or apparently drunk or intoxicated. (N.J.S.A. 2C:33-27).

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It was my understanding that Madame Claude's does not have a liquor license and therefore complies by not charging an opening fee.

Perhaps The Dopeness can fill us in on their current liquor license situation. At the very least, if they do lift this minimal fee or are required too they will likely win some of you over.


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81905, let's be clear. It is illegal for BYOBs to charge a fee. It is perfectly legal for restaurants WITH liquor licenses to charge a corkage fee. Maritime Parc and Madame Claude are both complying with the law. There is no "perhaps" or notion of following another restaurant's lead. It's the law.

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I was not aware that they did not have a liquor license so that could be an issue for them. Perhaps they can follow Madame Claude's lead and not charge this fee.

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Case in point, Maritime Parc in Liberty State Park charges a $30 bottle opening fee for all 750ml bottles brought in. No limitations and still a fair deal if you are with 4 people.


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Semantics people!

New Jersey has a large number of BYO restaurants, and by law they cannot charge a corkage fee. Restaurants with a liquor license, however, can charge you to open your own bottle.

I have seen these charges in New Jersey in the $30 range.

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