About Me


Food Finder and Taster

Welcome to Jersey City Eats, a food blog dedicated to exploring and sharing all the great and diverse dining to be found around Jersey City.

I've lived in Jersey City since 2007 and started the blog in 2013 because I loved the variety and diversity of food available in town, but found that there wasn't much information available, so I decided I would start. If you love something, why not share it?
If you have any questions or recommendations, please email me or follow me on twitter.


All thoughts, pictures, information, etc. are the opinions and property of the author. No reviews are paid for. Please do not use my pictures or content without credit or permission.


11 comments:

  1. Just want to thank you for posting all the happenings in JC! I follow your posts religiously!

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    1. Thanks so much, I really appreciate that! Glad it's helpful.

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  2. I am on the board of an organization tasked with helping small businesses in Jersey City. What is the best way to reach you?

    Eric Fleming

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  3. Do you know what happened to that place Monty's that was supposed to open a long time ago on Newark ave?

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    1. Believe it or not, it's still being worked on.

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  4. I love your blog! I am new to Jersey City so it has been very helpful:) Do you have any recomendations of where to watch the football games on Sunday in downtown JC?

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  5. Hi! I love the blog! Do you have any recomendations of where to watch the football games on Sunday in downtown JC?

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    1. Thank you so much! I'm glad it's been helpful. As for where to watch games - most of the bars around here do end up playing something, but we don't really have that many dedicated sports bars. Your best bets would be The Citizen, HopsScotch, Brightside Tavern (pretty sure they have the biggest screens), O'Hara's, PJ Ryan's (original location, not the one in Journal Square) and White Star. I hope that helps!

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  6. East Village Asian Bistro has a sign in the window stating "Restaurant for Sale". What's up with that? Did it ever open?

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    1. It did! For about a week....

      Not quite sure what happened there.

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