7 Reasons to Take the Train to Jersey City
New Yorkers, take note: a culinary revolution is happening just a bridge and tunnel away. Jersey City, that PATH-adjacent all-star occasionally called "the sixth borough," is now home to some of the most creative cooking in the tri-state area. Lured by lower rents and larger spaces, big-city talent from the likes of Nobu and Momofuku has been quietly relocating to the coolest corner of the Garden State. Hungry straphangers feast on heritage smoked duck at a 12-seat chef’s table in the Heights, sample hand-spun truffles at a new sweets shop or carbo-load with creations by a Jersey strong James Beard favorite. Here are seven reasons to cross the river this spring.