Monday, April 2, 2018

Community News: Marketplace JC Opening Day, Graze and Braise New Spring Menu, and more

Jersey City

  • A manager at Domino's on Communipaw Ave was attacked by two on-duty cops over a problem with their pizza delivery. The attack was caught on security tape and the two officers have been suspended without pay and face criminal charges.
  • A burlesque show scheduled to run at FM had to be cancelled at the last minute after city attorneys threatened the restaurant with fines and penalties for violating local obscenity laws. The decision has been unpopular with the local community and further action is pending. 
  • Marketplace JC is having their Opening Day at Magnolia Landing next Saturday beginning at 12pm. They will have live music, lots of local vendors, and pop-up food stands including Eemas, Moffle Bar, Taste of Poland, PJ Ryan's, and more. 
  • Graze and Braise has come out with a new spring menu featuring several vegan options and all gluten-free. 
  • Join Barcade this Wednesday for Bock Beer Night which will help raise funds for the "Bring Back the Kids" 2018 project which benefits Harsimus Cemetery and helps bring goats to the cemetery to help with eco-friendly week eradication. 
  • This is the last week for Zeppelin Hall's Chili-Mania. It runs through this Sunday, 4/8.


Outside Jersey City

  • The owners of popular local barbecue chain Red White and Que Smokehouse are selling all but the original location of their restaurants to their business partners. Their first location in Kearny will remain as Red White and Que while all the others will be renamed. 

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