Like most great cities, Jersey City is constantly adapting, growing, and improving. In that process, there are some new additions to our city worth checking out!
Bwe Kafe, a coffee shop with a social mission founded in Hoboken, recently opened their Jersey City location at 140 River Drive South. Bwè Kafe partners with world renowned coffee roasters La Colombe Torrefaction, to serve the highest quality beans, directly sourced from farms all over the world and brewed using perfected extraction methods. Working hand-in-hand with their mission to support the youth of Haiti, all coffee blends served at our coffee shops contain delicious Haitian beans, bursting with unique notes and fresh flavors.
Dark Side of the Moo, well-known for their exotic meats, opened their first brick and mortar location in the Heights this past weekend at 52 Bowers Street. With fleets of food trucks in Hoboken and Jersey City, their new restaurant is a welcome addition. Specializing in exotic meats and Americana with a twist, they work closely with the local community to source organic produce and find suppliers who use sustainable, ethical farming practices. Their game meats never use antibiotics or growth hormones, and are either farm or pasture raised, never receiving animal based feed.
And keep an eye out for a couple other places soon to open: Grind Coffee, 360 Communipaw Ave in Bergen-Lafayette is expecting to open December 1st, and The Cheesecake Factory, at Newport Mall, is set to have their Grand Opening on December 8th.