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The 50 eateries participating in Hudson Restaurant Week this winter

Posted January 24, 2018 at 11:22 AM | Updated January 24, 2018 at 11:23 AM
By Patrick Villanova | The Jersey Journal

Foodies rejoice! Hudson Restaurant Week is back for its winter installment, with dozens of local eateries participating.

Launched 13 years ago, Hudson Restaurant Week is a bi-annual celebration of Hudson County's restaurant scene during traditionally slow months of the year -- January and July.

Twelve new restaurants are taking part in this winter's event, which started Monday and runs through Feb. 2.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... u.html#incart_2box_hudson

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Hudson Restaurant Week Winter 2018 Listings Over 20 from Jersey City
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Over 20 restaurants from Jersey City make up the Hudson Restaurant list for 2018

http://riverviewobserver.net/2018/01/ ... kwinter2018listings11500/

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At a glance they all look pretty good. Maybe not an amazing deal, but a decent one if you were planning to get dinner. All the restaurants I checked appear to be $40 or less for 3 course dinners.

Pasta e Vino for example is $35 for:
Appetizer ($9-10)
Entree ($14-19)
Dessert ($9-12)
Glass of wine ($8)

So going off their menu price, that's $40 - $49, or for restaurant week it's $35. Not mindblowing, but still pretty good, if you're picking the right things. Somewhere between 10-30% off.

I imagine most of the restaurants are similarly discounted.


edit: took a look at VB3 (aka Villa Borghese III. super confusing having two names, I didn't even know what it was at first).

Lunch $19 for Arancini ($11) + Smokehouse Burger ($15) so you save $7 on the meal. Not too bad.

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The only one that stuck out to me was the Ruth's Chris Steakhouse $20.00 lunch. My wife and I have never spent less than $150+ tip in there for dinner, albeit with wine included. The Lobster bisque and desert alone are more than $20 if you order off of the menu.

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Is it just me, or does anyone out there think none of these offerings are really of any good (not even great) value for the money?

wtf? knowing those restaurants, I could eat better off a la carte than getting the set menu at those prices.

I thought the point of these is to get people to come and sample what they have to generate more business.

Let me know if anybody thinks there's a good deal in any of those restaurants

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