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Re: Jersey City, NJ: 10 Reasons NYC Food and Culture Hounds Should Cross the Hudson Now
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Why Kitchen at Grove, and not 30 Acres? Or Satis for that matter?


I guess they did not pay to be in this advertisement.

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Why Kitchen at Grove, and not 30 Acres? Or Satis for that matter?

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Union Republic = Hoboken wearing a Brooklyn mask, a really nice suit and tie.


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Union Republic = Hoboken wearing a Brooklyn mask, a really nice suit and tie.

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well, jc has some fine restaurants, i think the dtjc restaurant seen is more interesting than many parts of manhattan...especilayy the established manhattan nabes


NYC is a holy god. It should never be ridiculed. Blasphemy!!! 40 lashes for you!!!
ONLY 40 lashes! why so stingy with the pleasure?

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Honestly, it's not too bad. Most of those are fine, leaving out 30 Acres and India Hill is stupid, and I don't give a rat's ass about coffee, so I've got no clue if Modcup is worth anything from ass to hole in the ground... That said, most of the list seems not awful (Razza, view, Colgate Clock).

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Posting this before reading the article or the thread. Just guessing off the top of my head that at least half of these are stupid/wrong. Let's see...

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well, jc has some fine restaurants, i think the dtjc restaurant seen is more interesting than many parts of manhattan...especilayy the established manhattan nabes

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I wonder who Bob Sommer is blowing at the HuffPo to get all of these silly Jersey City ten things articles published, along with the deep thoughts op-eds he writes for Fulop. You know the ones, where he wags his finger at people about GMO labeling, surveys for gun manufacturers, plastic bag recycling and anything else that might seem topical to suburban democrats.


If you hire a good PR person and have a healthy budget, you can get into any publication. Any.

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I wonder who Bob Sommer is blowing at the HuffPo to get all of these silly Jersey City ten things articles published, along with the deep thoughts op-eds he writes for Fulop. You know the ones, where he wags his finger at people about GMO labeling, surveys for gun manufacturers, plastic bag recycling and anything else that might seem topical to suburban democrats.

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'Lowes' theater?

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Jersey City, NJ: 10 Reasons NYC Food and Culture Hounds Should Cross the Hudson Now

Home to Liberty State Park, the iconic Colgate Clock and some of the most anticipated art and culinary projects in the tri-State area, today's Jersey City has shed its industrial identity and now oozes collaborative vibrancy. New Yorkers especially will find it easy to take the Path train just one or two stops (from Lower Manhattan) to experience inventive food, a one million square foot Kibbutz-like Art Storage/Exhibit/Workspace and that incomparable view. Here are 10 reasons that art and culture connoisseurs should head to Jersey City now.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/malerie ... nd-culture_b_6308144.html

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