Bleu Coffee Opens in Jersey City; Other Dining News

Plus: Chucktown BBQ arrives in Atlantic City, while Highland Park's beloved kosher eatery closes after 16 years.

Two hot lattes in blue mugs and an iced coffee beverage in a clear glass
Bleu Coffee sources its beans from all over the world. Photo: Courtesy of John Magtlas, Bleu Coffee Inc.


Bleu Coffee, Jersey City

Now open in the Powerhouse Arts District in Jersey City, Bleu Coffee is serving up strong coffee and fresh pastries. Bleu sources its single-origin coffee beans from small farms and co-ops all around the world, highlighting an array of unique flavors.
56 Beacon Way; 201-565-2758

Chucktown BBQ, Atlantic City

A new barbecue restaurant just joined Atlantic City’s restaurant scene. Located inside the Tennessee Avenue Beer Hall, Chucktown BBQ offers Carolina-inspired barbecue favorites like pulled pork, brisket and ribs. It’s only open Friday through Sunday, and the menu items sell out fast, so be sure to arrive early to satisfy your cravings.
133 South Tennessee Avenue

Uncle Louie G, Norwood

Stop by Uncle Louie G’s new location in Norwood for treats like Italian ice, ice cream and milkshakes. Vegan, dairy-free and sugar-free options are available.
521 Livingston Street; 201-834-4258


Park Place Kosher, Highland Park

After serving kosher shawarma, ribs, burgers, hot dogs and sandwiches to the Highland Park community for 16 years, Park Place Kosher has shuttered. An announcement on Facebook did not cite a specific reason for the closure.
120 Raritan Avenue; 732-565-1234

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