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Vegetarian Indian at Sapthagiri Worth a Trip to Jersey City

Visiting Jersey City's Newark Avenue is a treat; the steeply-pitched street is lined with dozens of restaurants and a handful Hindu temples, and strands of multicolored lights hanging from the street lamps and power lines lend the area a festive air. The atmosphere alone is worth a trip; the excellent food at Sapthagiri is just one more reason to go. More

An Afternoon Tour of Jersey City with Executive Chef of The Dutch, Jason Hua

"Am I really going to live in Jersey City?" Jason Hua, the executive chef at The Dutch, asked himself before moving from Manhattan. But after spending a day across the Hudson river in New Jersey's second most populous city, with its Brooklyn-resembling tree-lined streets and sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline and Ms. Statue of Liberty, you'll start to understand why. Especially when you get to eating. More

Sugar Rush: Feed Your Soul Cookies

A bakery automatically gets my approval when they sell pumpkin desserts year-round. The Jersey City-based cookie cafe Feed Your Soul doesn't care if it's not November—the pumpkin pie flavor is just one of 25 fun ones they bake, and... More

Kenyan Street Food in Jersey City

Thanks to the Orange Democratic Movement, Kenyan immigrants have taken residence in Jersey City, and Robert Sietsema approves of the mandazi (a sweet fritter commonly sold on Nairobi streets) that they've brought with them. Available for $1 at Mallory Coffee... More

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