Little Ferry is a borough in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 10,626, reflecting a decline of 174 (-1.6%) from the 10,800 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 811 (+8.1%) from the 9,989 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Little Ferry
4.5 based on 96 reviews
We enjoyed an Excellent Tapas style Luncheon.
Tony(Mgr.) treated us like old/new friends and waiters were always vigilant to our whims.
We ordered and shared 5 different tapas favorites. They were all outstanding.
Best Escargot, sauteed octopus, garlic shrimp, oysters, potato crisps, I have ever enjoyed in NJ. Fresh, Hot and Deliciousious.... (yummy)
NYC quality and service at NJ comfortable prices.
Many loyal and local clients.
My opinion(level 90) is ...so far....Segovia is the only 5 star restaurant in NJ.
4 based on 199 reviews
Segovia where enticing cuisine, inviting ambiance and impeccable service effortlessly combine to create a rich and authentic Spanish dining experience. Our menu is based on only the finest seafood and meat and the freshest seasonal produce, all meticulously prepared and pleasingly presented. Our talented chefs add a fresh, modern approach to traditional favorites creating a menu perfectly balanced between rusticity and refinement. Family owned and operated for more than three decades, it is our commitment to the true spirit of hospitality that has earned us a place in the hearts of our very loyal customers. We invite you to let us be your hosts again - or for the first time. We look forward to welcoming you soon.
Love this restaurant for so many reasons. First the quality of food is excellent but the quantity of food is overwhelming. Most of the time when I go I have to take some home for leftovers.
The atmosphere is inviting and I love the culture of it all. The waiters are professional and helpful.
The sangria which you can get in pitchers might alone be the reason to go.
It’s just a few miles down the road from MetLife Stadium on a road that I never even knew existed until a few years ago because of this restaurant.
If you go into a giant or Jets game and you’re not tailgating and need a bite, give this place a chance ...you will not regret it.
4.5 based on 159 reviews
If Cuban food is your thing then this is the place. All of the typical dishes are here and they're cooked to perfection. The Ropa Vieja is top on the list followed by the churrasco. Great home made empanadas with several typical of fillings. It's a bring your own bottle and the sangria is definitely worth an order. Prepare for a nice night out but make a reservation especially on the weekends because this place fills up quickly.
4.5 based on 207 reviews
They're famous for their crumb cake- and it may be the world's best.
We also love the Rainbow Cookies- they are also one of the best we've ever had!
Numerous other cookies & pastries we have had are excellent!
On the negative side we don't love the spice cake or the small hand-held fruit pies- but maybe we just don't care for these items in general.
4.5 based on 113 reviews
Probably eat in Amarone once or twice a month. Very consistent service, excellent menu and accommodating hosts (Nick and Nick). Kind of quiet, but nothing wrong with that.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
This place was recommended by my sister in law and it has been one of the best experiences in the restaurant experience. First the staff from ownership to busboy super friendly. Food outstanding as well deserts. Prices very reasonable and food portions are very good. Has parking and BYOB. Pls if u are in the area this place it's a MUST go.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
Welcoming atmosphere, nice service, huge selection of dishes and a great variety of beer choices if you're into that. I had the Kale and Roasted Brussels Sprouts Salad with Shrimp and I can't wait to go have it again! Yes, the salad was THAT good! The Buffalo chicken wings had great taste, though I prefer the skin more crispy.
4.5 based on 95 reviews
Gyros, Mousaka, Spanakopita, and all other things Greek, for the best casual Mediterranean dining experience in Northern NJ. BYOB!
Great food, really nice terrace to have dinner. Staff was so friendly. Moussaka was so tasty and the salads/entrée are good. We will come back for sure.
4.5 based on 116 reviews
During the summer season and again in the Fall we bought various ice cream flavors here. Even though the ice cream was quite good the "stone-cold" arrogant attitudes displayed toward us soured our appetites. Observing the impatience and anger of the employees when children changed their mind shocked me. If they hate their jobs that much why not hire new employees ? Moreover, the portions on an Ice Cream Sunday are too small given the high prices. Why are the tables unsanitary knowing that families bring children to sit down for cakes and sweets ? With so few tables available one expects cleanliness but even the floor was sticky. There are cleaner places in Bergen County serving fine homemade ice cream where customers are accorded greater respect. We'll return during Summer 2018 to see if there is any improvement.
4.5 based on 202 reviews
Cafe Matisse’s mission is to provide our patrons with a fine dining experience in an elegant yet casual, convivial atmosphere. We strive to address every detail and exceed expectations to create an experience that is truly a departure from the ordinary. Chef Owner Peter Loria’s hand crafted dishes are presented in either a three or a four course grazing menu option. We look forward to providing you and your guests with a special evening to remember! Nestled in a renovated circa 1898 firehouse, Café Matisse’s elegant dining room is adorned with Matisse silhouettes and bejeweled chandeliers. Our European courtyard, complete with romantic water features, is open each summer season from May 15th through October 15th.
It's been over a decade since I dined at this restaurant, just too expensive for frequent visits. Intimate setting, nice ambiance, quiet without being stuffy. Our waiter was friendly and knowledgeable, the wine service was impeccable as four of us celebrating a birthday drank our way through three bottles. You have to appreciate the very limited menu choices as a tradeoff for quality to enjoy dining here. The 2-savory, 1-sweet prix fixe was definitely enough food, and I can recommend the fried artichoke and the crab cake; my friends also raved about the duck, the sirloin, and the tuna; each dish had many other side tastes and different items to accompany them. Food was original, and there were bursts of several tastes and flavors and textures on every plate, but curiously, the presentation of each was the same, a pile of circles in the middle of the plate. Both the duck and the crab cake had an onion ring circling the main protein. The server not only did not know which diner had ordered which dish, he could not identify which dish was which, making for confusion. At this price point, I expect the sang-froid and precision of a seasoned diner waitress, at least. I applaud that no one tried to remove a plate until all of us had finished, halleluljah someone still trains servers for that. Then we ordered coffee, and one of us asked that hers not be served until after dessert, the French custom, and that it be served hot. That request was honored, but no one asked when the rest of us wanted ours; I expected my coffee to arrive with dessert and was disappointed it wasn't. Worse was that having chosen a $9 hazelnut cappuccino, I was expecting unsweetened hazelnut-flavored coffee; instead it was clearly flavored with a hazelnut syrup that was sickeningly sweet. A bit of a disappointment to end a festive occasion. Call me a prickly fuss budget, but at over $100 per person, I want perfect everything. We were pre-disposed to have a great time, and we did, but it was carried more by our celebratory mood than by the experience, at least for me.The 10% cash discount was an unexpected plus.
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