‘Your Move’ Modern Dance Festival, November 28th
Your Move is New Jersey’s award-winning annual modern dance festival, designed to support inventive choreographers from New Jersey, New York and beyond. We have presented over 160 companies spanning 12 states and three continents. Now in its 9th season, Your Move is co-presented by Art House Productions and Friends of the Loew’s and co-produced by … Read More
Liberty Science Center ‘After Dark’ series of parties continues on the 15th
Bring your friends to an after-hours adventure at Liberty Science Center! On the third Thursday of every month, guests 21 and over are invited to explore the building and enjoy drinks, food, music, exhibits, dancing, and more. Our next LSC After Dark party is Murder at the Museum! lsc.org Read More
A new gourmet grocer opened up on Newark Ave called Olivia
Downtown residents have a new grocery store to shop at. Sandwiched between LITM and Pasta e Vino, Oliva opened last week inside the former Tendershoot Farms space at 138 Newark Avenue. The grocery store is similar to New York’s Garden of Eden chain carrying a mix of everyday staples such as milk, fruits, veggies, and … Read More
A new axe-throwing venue just opened called Tomahawks
Move over, hot yoga. There’s a new sports facility in town where residents can get primal as they hurl axes onto wooden targets. Located at 7 Sherman Avenue, Tomahawks is the Heights’ first axe-throwing emporium. Owner Chris Cotto — who also operates neighboring Jersey City Archery — just opened Tomahawks’ doors last month. JerseyCityUpFront.com. Read More
A reminder that the Farmer’s Market runs until December
The Historic Downtown Farmers’ Market began in 2008 with less than 10 vendors and has exploded into a phenomenal market with over 25 vendors serving up tasty treats from fresh fruits and vegetables to freshly baked empanadas to homemade mozzarella. Our market goes from May to December every Monday and Thursday from 4pm to 8pm. … Read More
Jersey City Beer Fest – November 17th
Harborside’s Waterfront Property will be hosting an eclectic local variety of superbly fermented beer and cider in all styles combining the best elements of a Beer Garden with the staggering array of choices found only at a Craft Beer Festival. Guests will enjoy craft beer samples for the entire evening paired with live entertainment, Food … Read More
New Restaurants to Try in Jersey City
Jersey City has a growing range of food options, offering everything from Cuban cuisine to Japanese ramen. With so many great options, it can be difficult to know where to start. Not to worry! We’ve handpicked the best new restaurants in Jersey City for you to check out: Menya Sandaime 570 Washington Blvd. (just steps … Read More
Why Jersey City is the Best Alternative to Manhattan
A few months ago, CNBC.com published an article dedicated to why Jersey City is a great alternative to Manhattan. After reading this story, we’ve decided to put together our own list that highlights why Jersey City is the best place to live. 1) The PATH train, the ferry and the NJ Transit light rail allow … Read More
Best Food Trucks in Jersey City To Try Before The End of Summer
The eclectic mix of culinary options in Jersey City are hard to miss, especially the wide variety of food trucks. Summer is the best time to enjoy what the Garden State has to offer. So, we’ve rounded up the best food trucks in Jersey City for you to check out: Angry Archies – This family-run … Read More
Best spots to watch the 4th of July fireworks in Jersey City
In case you didn’t know, Jersey City is the place to be on the Fourth of July. If you’re lucky, you can catch the Annual Macy’s 4th of July fireworks show from one of Jersey City’s many great vantage points. We heard that this will be the largest Fourth of July fireworks display in New … Read More
Event Recap: Challenges and Opportunities of Designing and Building in Jersey City
This past week, 99 Hudson hosted its first architecture and design-focused panel event. Moderated by Zach Edelson, digital editor of Metropolis, the discussion focused on the challenges and opportunities of designing and building in Jersey City. Panelists included Ming Wu, design principal of Perkins Eastman, the architecture firm behind 99 Hudson and Matthias Hollwich, principal … Read More
Best places to walk around Jersey City
According to a recent story by Jersey Digs, Expedia just listed Jersey City as one of the 10 most walkable cities in the U.S. Right in the heart of this burgeoning neighborhood is 99 Hudson, which offers residents access to spacious parks, eclectic dining and entertainment options, a beautiful waterfront scene and not to mention … Read More