The Cuban Hot spot in Jersey City
Hard Grove Cafe in Jersey City is one of the great hang out spots to check out if you are ever around the Downtown area and want to satisfy your spanish food cravings.
The restaurant is located across from PATH station at Grove street. There is outdoor and Indoor sitting available and a bar area inside. The food is tasty and prices are reasonable. On some occasions, it might take some time for the food to come out, but when it comes out, your taste buds will be fully satisfied.
Suggestions to try are the roast pork, roast chicken with rice and beans, and the salads. The drinks are very good as well.
The interior designs are cultural in reflecting the Cuban heritage and the vibe is friendly. I've been to this place quite a few times, and each time, the staff have treated us well and the service has been attentive.
Check out their Website for any updates regarding promotional flyers and special discounts. Come here during breakfast, lunch or dinner and see the variation in the menu choices they have to offer.
Saturday, October 1, 2011
The Cuban Hot spot in Jersey City
Here emerges a brand new young talent, Victor Silva a.k.a. Lil Vicious. A nine-year old break dancer with fresh athletic moves and cool swagger. He practices his sets in NBK Studio every week in Downtown Jersey City. With the help of his mentors from NBK Studio, he has been able to refine his moves and sharpen his style. If you see him dance, you can feel his passion for breaking through his dancing. His dancing demonstrates a great deal of skill and potential in becoming one of the top Bboys in the future. I have had the privilege to interview him and getting some insight on his thoughts on breakdancing, school, practice, and inspiration.
Victor has been breaking for a couple of years and continues to get better all the time. He enters competition in the east coast regularly and engages in numerous dancing performances. He enjoys skating in his free time and loves eating popcorn. He is working on balancing his time properly between school and breakdancing.
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Poetry is a unique tool that allows writers to channel thoughts into words in expressing views, emotions, beliefs, and life experiences. It is also a powerful forum in showcasing the importance of freedom of speech.
Emotions released by the poets were passionate and honest, as some words were spoken with anger as these poets fully invested their souls into their poetry.
The topic mainly focused on the current state of our economy, government, world issues, rights of the people and the truths left out by the mainstream media.
Arts were also displayed by local artists such Dru Cruz, Marukh, Angel Perez, Ruler, Ramsey Oh, Coalition of Activists, Jamie O' hara.
The Activist Poetry Slam 2 were organized in collaboration with the JCPM.org, Truth-Media.info, WearechangeNewJersey.com, and WeareChangeNYC.org.
Anthony Reyes(Owner of Late For Work LLC) talks about his company and the new t-shirt design.
"There is no need to rush, as long as you make it in time for happy hour."
"Work is the cause of Stress, Happy Hour is the Solution" - Anthony Reyes
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Friday, September 30, 2011
Did you know there are a couple of great restaurants in Liberty State Park? Maritime Parc is one the restaurants located inside Liberty Sate Park, it's a great find nestled in Jersey City, opened only about a year ago.
It has indoor and outdoor seating, a spectacular view of the Marina boats and New York City Skyline, great unique indoor design and the staff is friendly and welcoming, adding up to a wonderful dining experience.
Though not everything is perfect, sometimes service goes awry such as forgetting desserts, taking longer time to bring out the food, but the service staff is quick to rectify the mistake. The quality and presentation of food is quite good, flavor combination is satisfying to any palate. Pickled plate with corn, apple and grapes for bread dipping is a refreshing start to a meal.
The interior design of the restaurant has a modern feel with clean horizontal lines. A 350-bottle wine display, Chef's table with views of both the open kitchen and the Marina, are all the unique elements of this restaurant.
Ever pass by the Path Train entrance by Grove Streer at Downtown area on Fridays? Before reaching the plaza, you would be drawn by the beats of the music, as you get closer, you will find live music bands, different vendors selling various products, food and other types of family entertainment. This event is called Creative Grove Undersiege, produced by Sirelo Entertainment.
As Creative Grove Undersiege took on last Friday's event, CUDA Culture (Community for Urban Dancing Arts) joined in the fun along with other local groups, performers, musicians and promoters. Break dancers demonstrated their brilliant athletic moves to the music of the DJ and the beats of the percussionist. This event takes place on the last friday of the month beginning from April to September.