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Hudson County Restaurant Week Starts Monday

Restaurant Week is right around the corner, and there are tons of new eateries on this year’s list.


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So you’re due for a dinner date, but you’re still on a post-holiday budget? Hudson Restaurant Week is the perfect time to try a new (or fave) spot for less. It’s happening January 22 to February 2.

It’s super simple: All you need to do is check the list of 47 participating Hudson County restaurants and mouthwatering prix-fixe menus (all reasonably priced), choose your date spot and make a reservation. New restaurants added to the list this year include Cooper’s Block Pub (Kearny), Piggyback Bar (Jersey City), Del Frisco’s Grille (Hoboken) and Talde (Jersey City).

Local faves that are participating once again include Stewed Cow (Hoboken), Liberty Prime Steakhouse (Jersey City), Molos (Weehawken), Haven (Edgewater), City Perch (Fort Lee) and Fire and Oak (Jersey City). Jersey City’s Liberty House Restaurant, voted as NJ’s best date night locale by our readers last summer, is also featured on the list. Most restaurants have their prix fixe menu details on the Restaurant Week website.

Some venues offer lunch and dinner, while others only offer dinner. Dates and times vary based on the restaurant, but prices range from $20-40 a head, not including drinks, tip or tax. While making a reservation isn’t a must, it’s a good idea since tables full up pretty fast.

 

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