Jersey City Restaurant Week 2023 — here’s where to eat this month

by newjerseyshores | Jul 17, 2023

ITA Italian Kitchen Fritto Misto
Calamari at ITA Kitchen

Jersey City Restaurant Week Summer Edition is back. Created by the Jersey City Restaurant Association, the event offers deals at a wide variety of Jersey City eateries. It kicked off on July 15th and will run through July 28th.

Created by Carmen Mendiola (Hard Grove) and Rachel Sieg (Director of the Historic Downtown Special Improvement District), the Jersey City Restaurant Association is a fierce advocate for all local businesses.

Participating restaurants for the summer edition include Amelia’s Bistro, Ani Ramen, Barge Inn, Cafe Alyce, The Franklin, and more. (You can find the full list on their website).

Each restaurant is offering its own deal or prix fixe menu. For instance, ITA Kitchen is offering a 2-course dinner (appetizer + main) for $30. You can add a bottle of wine for an extra $20, whereas Cafe Alyce is offering select salad, appetizer, and entree for $37 per person.

Jersey City Restaurant Week 2023 (Summer) — Restaurants

 

  • Amelia’s
  • Ani Ramen
  • Barge Inn
  • Boots & Bones
  • Buddy’s
  • Cafe Alyce
  • Carvao
  • Chickn’Cone
  • Chicken Delight
  • East Hudson Cafe
  • Franklin Social
  • Freetown Road
  • Harry’s Daughter
  • Hudson Hound
  • Hummus Republic
  • ITA Kitchen
  • Jersey Social
  • Just Beclaws
  • Kings of Kobe
  • Krewe of McGinley Square
  • La Bodega
  • Larsen’s Diner
  • Liberty Prime Steakhouse
  • Lokal
  • Luna
  • Pasta dal Cuore
  • Pinwheel Garden
  • Rooftop at Exchange
  • Taco Bar
  • Taco Drive
  • The Ashford
  • The Franklin
  • Tino’s
Jersey City Restaurant Week 2023 (Summer) — Light Bites
  • Baonanas
  • Bleu Coffee
  • Cali Shakes & Juice Bar
  • Downtown Yogurt
  • GTK
  • Jersey & Co. Gelato
  • Ko Cafe
  • Ma Xuxu
  • Strawberry & Me

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