Tyree’s Jersey City Guidebook

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Tyree’s Jersey City Guidebook

Food scene

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Harrys Daughter
339 Communipaw Ave
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Luna Restaurant & Bar
279 Grove St
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Son Cubano Restaurant On The Hudson
40-4 Riverwalk Place
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Haven Riverfront Restaurant and Bar
2 Main Street
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Razza
275 Grove Street
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Cellar 335
335 Newark Ave
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Neighborhoods

Sprawled out along the western banks of the Hudson River and Upper Bay, Jersey City is the Garden State’s bite out of the famed Big Apple. It’s connected to mighty New York by ferries and subways, and boasts some of the finest broadside views of Manhattan and Brooklyn in the world. You can see the Empire State rising to a peak across the waters, while the totemic likes of Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty pepper the bay. The city itself boomed to life with the industrial revolution, going from an outpost of colonial militias before the 1770s to a powerhouse of coal refineries and railroads and red-brick train depots in the 20th century. Today, that industrial core is now an image of old America, with museums and monuments to the thousands of immigrants that were magnetised to the city by its great promise of opportunity and wealth. That heritage is balanced out by the bars of party-mad Hoboken and the pretty walkways of the Hudson, making this a top spot for any traveler on the East Coast!
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Jersey City
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Sprawled out along the western banks of the Hudson River and Upper Bay, Jersey City is the Garden State’s bite out of the famed Big Apple. It’s connected to mighty New York by ferries and subways, and boasts some of the finest broadside views of Manhattan and Brooklyn in the world. You can see the Empire State rising to a peak across the waters, while the totemic likes of Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty pepper the bay. The city itself boomed to life with the industrial revolution, going from an outpost of colonial militias before the 1770s to a powerhouse of coal refineries and railroads and red-brick train depots in the 20th century. Today, that industrial core is now an image of old America, with museums and monuments to the thousands of immigrants that were magnetised to the city by its great promise of opportunity and wealth. That heritage is balanced out by the bars of party-mad Hoboken and the pretty walkways of the Hudson, making this a top spot for any traveler on the East Coast!
Hoboken is on the Hudson River. Its former industrial port now features parks such as Pier A Park, with Manhattan skyline views. The Hudson River Waterfront Walkway links several green spaces. Global eateries, bistros and bars cluster on Washington Street and riverside Frank Sinatra Drive, named after the locally born singer. The Hoboken Historical Museum has local art and history exhibits. Home of the famous Carlo's Bakery.
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Hoboken
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Hoboken is on the Hudson River. Its former industrial port now features parks such as Pier A Park, with Manhattan skyline views. The Hudson River Waterfront Walkway links several green spaces. Global eateries, bistros and bars cluster on Washington Street and riverside Frank Sinatra Drive, named after the locally born singer. The Hoboken Historical Museum has local art and history exhibits. Home of the famous Carlo's Bakery.
Weehawken, which is the western terminus of the Lincoln Tunnel, is located on the western shore of the Hudson River along the southern end of the New Jersey Palisades across from midtown Manhattan. The township is bordered by Hoboken to the south, the Hudson River to the east, West New York to the north, and Union to the west. Why would NYers want to move to Weehawken? First, Weehawken offers “the best views of Manhattan on this side of the River,” Shahanian says. “This is true from Weehawken Bluffs, all along Boulevard East and on River Road.” Another thing that makes Weehawken so desirable is its proximity to Manhattan. “It is a straight shot to the Lincoln Tunnel by bus, and buses go back and forth through the tunnel at all times,” she says. Commuters also have the option of a ferry, or they can take the Light Rail to the Hoboken PATH station. Many also like the fact that Weehawken has less of an urban feel than New York City and nearby Hoboken and Jersey City. Local officials have long opposed the high-rise construction to preserve the township’s beautiful Manhattan views.
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Weehawken
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Weehawken, which is the western terminus of the Lincoln Tunnel, is located on the western shore of the Hudson River along the southern end of the New Jersey Palisades across from midtown Manhattan. The township is bordered by Hoboken to the south, the Hudson River to the east, West New York to the north, and Union to the west. Why would NYers want to move to Weehawken? First, Weehawken offers “the best views of Manhattan on this side of the River,” Shahanian says. “This is true from Weehawken Bluffs, all along Boulevard East and on River Road.” Another thing that makes Weehawken so desirable is its proximity to Manhattan. “It is a straight shot to the Lincoln Tunnel by bus, and buses go back and forth through the tunnel at all times,” she says. Commuters also have the option of a ferry, or they can take the Light Rail to the Hoboken PATH station. Many also like the fact that Weehawken has less of an urban feel than New York City and nearby Hoboken and Jersey City. Local officials have long opposed the high-rise construction to preserve the township’s beautiful Manhattan views.

Sightseeing

You need to get tickets in advance to be able to walk up and down! The tickets are free.
Vessel
You need to get tickets in advance to be able to walk up and down! The tickets are free.
Little Island, a new, free public Park pier within the larger Hudson River Park, opened to the public on May 21, 2021, providing New Yorkers and visitors from around the world with a unique green space unlike any other in New York City. Planned in partnership with the Hudson River Park Trust, Little Island was funded primarily through Barry Diller and the Diller-Von Furstenberg Family Foundation through an extraordinary philanthropic gift to the Hudson River Park. The pier is open daily, and its hours are currently as follows: Little Island is currently open from 6:00 AM – 11:00 PM Please be advised timed entry will be required from 12:00 PM – close from May 12 – September 19, 2022 on Thursdays – Sundays and Holidays. https://hudsonriverpark.org/locations/pier-55-little-island/
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Little Island
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Little Island, a new, free public Park pier within the larger Hudson River Park, opened to the public on May 21, 2021, providing New Yorkers and visitors from around the world with a unique green space unlike any other in New York City. Planned in partnership with the Hudson River Park Trust, Little Island was funded primarily through Barry Diller and the Diller-Von Furstenberg Family Foundation through an extraordinary philanthropic gift to the Hudson River Park. The pier is open daily, and its hours are currently as follows: Little Island is currently open from 6:00 AM – 11:00 PM Please be advised timed entry will be required from 12:00 PM – close from May 12 – September 19, 2022 on Thursdays – Sundays and Holidays. https://hudsonriverpark.org/locations/pier-55-little-island/
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Westfield Garden State Plaza
Garden State Plaza
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Newport Centre
30 Mall Drive West
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