Gussy’s Cafe Opens An All-Day Brunch Spot in Downtown Jersey City

What’s better than brunch? Brunch all day, that’s what. And according to’s exactly what Gussy’s Cafe in downtown Jersey City offers. This charming spot run by the husband and wife team – Gus Theodosiou and Nicole Pina – opened last June and has been serving classic cafe vibes ever since. We recently took a trip to Gussy’s Cafe and couldn’t wait to share why this cafe should be on your radar — if it isn’t already. Keep reading to learn all about this community-focused cafe and how you can get discounted coffee daily (yes, you read that right).


Bayonne Food Truck Festival


Saturday, April 28 at 12 PM – 6 PM Avenue E between 22nd & 24th Streets

Are you ready for the first ever Bayonne Food Truck Festival.
Admission is FREE!!!
20+ Food Trucks
Kids Rides and Entertainment
Furry Friends are Welcome!!!
Beer and Wine Garden

Live Music:
The Nerds
The Suyat Band
And More!

List of Food Trucks:
Milk Sugar Love
Empanada Guy
House of Cupcakes
Angry Archies
Amanda Bananas
Pizza Vita
Thai Elephant
More TBA

Business News: Steak & Bake Opens


City officials and clergy members were on hand to celebrate the opening of Steak & Bake, a new breakfast and lunch spot on Kennedy Boulevard between 23rd and 24th streets. Sept. 29, 2017. (Corey McDonald at The Jersey Journal)

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held recently for Steak & Bake, a new food business on Kennedy Boulevard between 23rd and 24th streets. “It was my dream to open something like this; walking by one day I saw it was for sale and I said ‘This is it,'” said Sobhy Hanna, the owner of the new lunch spot. Keep reading at

Bayonne’s Refinery Tavern Celebrates Grand Opening

the-refinery-tavern-bayonnevia JerseyDigs – Bayonne appears to be a city on the rise with a myriad of projects planned and under construction, so it’s only natural that a few new eateries would be on the horizon to serve residents new and old.

One of the latest spots to open along the city’s main street is Refinery Tavern. The bar, which has taken up residence at the former Pair of Jacks Pub space at 812 Broadway, started serving drinks out of their front room on March 18th, just in time for Bayonne’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The 80-year old building’s ground floor was renovated into a modern space, but an effort was made to preserve the older look with the clean approach.

But owner George and his team, not content to be just a bar, have been hard at work putting the finishing touches on the tavern’s full kitchen and Break Room, which will feature an open concept that gives patrons a peek at what the chefs are up to. The space will also have formal tables for diners, a separate sound system, and another six TVs that will come in handy during big sports weekends.

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