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Are you looking for a great restaurant to visit
in the New Jersey area? Whether you’re a
local or planning a trip to New Jersey soon,
there are plenty of restaurants here that are
worth your time. Here are my top six choices
for places to eat in New Jersey.
If you like Spanish food, you must
visit El Cid next time you’re in New
Jersey. El Cid is a gourmet
restaurant where you can enjoy
authentic-tasting foods from Spain.
Although the atmosphere is
upscale, you don’t need to dress up
or make reservations to visit El Cid.
You can even bring the kids with
you if you’d like!
Greek City in Ramsey, NJ
Greek City is the destination for
classic Greek food. You can find
the most traditional of Greek dishes
here, many of which are served in
individual clay pots. And for more
good news, if you don’t have time
to eat in, the entire menu is
available for take-out!
Novelli in Wayne, NJ
Who doesn’t love a great Italian restaurant? Novelli
serves excellent Italian cuisine and offers a superb wine
selection to complement it. You can check out their entire
menu on their website and make reservations to ensure
you have a table waiting for you.
La Isla in Hobokenr, NJ
La Isla is the place to visit if you want a
taste of traditional Cuban food made from
fresh, authentic ingredients. The
restaurant has been a staple in the
community since 1970 and has achieved
“local cult status,” according to La Isla’s
website. You’ll love the large portion sizes,
the relaxed atmosphere, and incredible
This place is a Sushi-lovers dream!
Kenko Sushi was voted one of
Yelp’s Top 100 Places to Eat in 2017,
and it’s not to be missed! Kenko
Sushi is known for its “high-quality
fusion Japanese food.” Be aware,
though, they are closed on Sunday
and Monday, so be sure to visit
Tuesday through Saturday.
If you prefer American-style food, Jimmy Geez is the
place for you. This sports bar is a great place to get
some wings or a good, old-fashioned burger. They
have plenty of fun events to keep you entertained,
and of course, you can always stop by to cheer on
your favorite sports teams with the other patrons.
No matter what kind of cuisine you prefer, you can
find it in New Jersey. I hope you take the time to visit
some of these destinations soon!
Bryan Dunst is a financial
advisor and a foodie in his
To view more food blogs
visit his website.