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Re: New Pinoy-owned restobar in NJ boasts of luscious food, cozy setting
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Not a huge selection, but I've seen worse. DFH 90 min, purple haze, Guinness, I think a Riverhorse, and the rest is fairly standard.

P.S. Can the Moderator combine this with one of the other threads?

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Do they have good beers?

I can get with Dogfish Head and Riverhorse. I think Thursday, for a late lunch might work. I'm still curious about WiFi, but it's not a requirement.

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Not a huge selection, but I've seen worse. DFH 90 min, purple haze, Guinness, I think a Riverhorse, and the rest is fairly standard.

P.S. Can the Moderator combine this with one of the other threads?

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Do they have good beers?

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Ha, next rounds on me!

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Me too, glad to have him back. The other day he fixed me an old fashioned using a spiced-citrus simple syrup he made, it was EXCELLENT!


And you didn't offer me a taste! (My Dogfish was well poured, though).

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did we really need a second thread about this place already?

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Do they have good beers?

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Me too, glad to have him back. The other day he fixed me an old fashioned using a spiced-citrus simple syrup he made, it was EXCELLENT!


And you didn't offer me a taste! (My Dogfish was well poured, though).

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Me too, glad to have him back. The other day he fixed me an old fashioned using a spiced-citrus simple syrup he made, it was EXCELLENT!

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Yeah, Dorian is back. He's a damn good bartender too, really knows his stuff.


Awesome! I really like him, and was sad to see him go.

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Yeah, Dorian is back. He's a damn good bartender too, really knows his stuff.

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I'm confused, Is Dorian still the bartender at this spot?

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I'll be checking the place out for lunch either probably on Thursday. Friday, with the World Cup, I'll need a place with TVs and good beer.

From the links mentioned here earlier, the beer menu at M Lounge doesn't look all that great, but given proximity, I'll give it a shot.


Does BG's have TV's?

Can't say as I've not ventured inside. I assume so as there doesn't appear to be much else to the bar. I've walked past it a hundred times with my dog and peered through the open door, but not ventured in. The closest bar that I've gone inside would be Astor Bar and the food was pretty damn good. I tend to veer in the craft beer direction and, call it a hunch, but BG's doesn't seem to be a place that'll stock Carton, NJ Beer Co or Kane.

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I'll be checking the place out for lunch either probably on Thursday. Friday, with the World Cup, I'll need a place with TVs and good beer.

From the links mentioned here earlier, the beer menu at M Lounge doesn't look all that great, but given proximity, I'll give it a shot.


Does BG's have TV's?

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I'll be checking the place out for lunch either probably on Thursday. Friday, with the World Cup, I'll need a place with TVs and good beer.

From the links mentioned here earlier, the beer menu at M Lounge doesn't look all that great, but given proximity, I'll give it a shot.

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JERSEY CITY — Discover this city’s newly-opened bar and restaurant, the only one in the Greenville-Lafayette section near Liberty State Park.

And it’s proudly Filipino-owned.

M Lounge boasts a rustic menu of international cuisine (primarily Italian, Spanish and Asian) in an elegant but casual setting for family and friends looking for some bonding or relaxation.

“I have personally hand-picked the food in our menu that you just can’t find in places for casual dining,” notes M Lounge owner and executive chef Lourdes (Chef Malou) Lozada, a San Pablo, Laguna, native who has acquired an extensive kitchen experience after completing her nearly three-year culinary arts course at the Art Institute of New York City.

“One of the secrets is that we use the best and expensive ingredients,” she confides. “The cheese we use, for example, are not your regular cheese.”

M Lounge is banking on its chicken saltimbocca, baby back ribs, grilled hanger steak, angus beef burger, beef osso buco, baked salmon, and shrimp scampi — “all cooked to perfection,” according to those who have tried them.

Even the appetizers, all from Chef Malou’s recipes, are hard to resist — particularly M Lounge’s tasty chicken wings that would “make you come back again and again,” says the Filipino Reporter’s Albert Ignacio, who was at the soft opening late May.

The bar, another major attraction, is reminiscent of a modern Manhattan bar with vintage styling. It has a decent selection of drinks, reasonably priced, that can go along with Chef Malou’s succulent fare.

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http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/ ... uscious-food-cozy-setting


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