Union City is a city in Hudson County, New Jersey, United States. According to the 2010 United States Census the city had a total population of 66,455, reflecting a decline of 633 (−0.9%) from the 67,088 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 9,076 (+15.6%) from the 58,012 counted in the 1990 Census. As of the 2010 Census it was the most densely populated city in the United States, with a density of 51,810.1 per square mile.
Things to do in Union City
5 based on 122 reviews
We tried the famous Roast Beef sandwich on a Thurs., it did not disappoint.....the dipping juice was yummy. Be sure to try the fresh mozzarella...they will offer you a sample...it is to die for ! Everyone working in the shop are so nice and friendly...service with a smile. Parking in the back for a few cars. We ate our food at nice park...Columbus Park nearby.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
We came here for dinner and had a good experience overall. Food was good, service was okay. For appetizers we ordered fried calamari, which was very good and mushrooms stuffed with crab and lobster, also very tasty. I had the chicken francese with spinach ravioli as an entree. Ravioli was excellent. Chicken was decent. It's a small establishment and has an old school feel. Service could have been better in all honesty.
4.5 based on 476 reviews
This restaurant is all about the view. When you mention Chart House to someone their first response is "They have such a gorgeous view of NYC!" If you strip away the view and "fine dining" facade, the food is really just average, especially for the price. The grouper last week was inedible. My mother ordered it sauteed and my sister in law ordered it grilled. Both came out deep fried (the piece was also microscopic for each of them). The "corrected" dishes weren't much better. We weren't charged for those dishes and the manager was very friendly. Our server during our most recent visit was friendly and attentive, although she insisted I wear plastic gloves she brought to the table for me to cut the cake (my family still hasn't stopped laughing).
Basically, this place is great for some appetizers, drinks, and/or dessert to admire the view. The dinner is decent but the quality doesn't justify the prices.
4.5 based on 164 reviews
I think there's no other CUBAN restaurant in New Jersey or even in New York that compares to Rumba Cubana !
4.5 based on 295 reviews
We had a brunch in this restaurant. I had a crab slider as an appetizer and flan stake as a main course. Slider was good. Nothing special, but not bad. The flan stake was totally different experience. First, I asked for sunny side up eggs. But I got scrambled ones. Second, dish looked and tested like one you can get in the diner somewhere in the middle of nowhere. And the stake was very chewy. I can’t believe I can have it in the Hoboken…
4.5 based on 467 reviews
Warm unique touches, handmade and carefully curated ceramics & comfortable service allow guests to enjoy an elevated & luxurious Alsatian-inspired fare in an approachable environment. Chef Gabriel combines his classic French training and Alsatian heritage with his love of New York City to create a comfortably luxurious experience in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. The restaurant has received the AAA 5 Diamond Award, Best New Restaurant of the Year by New York's Village Voice, 3 Stars from the NY Times & One Michelin Star, as well as being a member of Relais & Châteaux. Guests may enjoy a four-course prix-fixe or chef's tasting menu in the Main Dining Room, or rustic Alsatian-inspired dishes served a la carte in the bar and lounge.
I have frequently dined alone and never been more graciously received as here. From the reception area to the servers to the sommelier, I enjoyed my evening immensely. The delightful winks of half-timber construction and the coo-coo clock discreetly observing the room from a high perch were the only overt clues as to the Alsatian background of the restaurant. That and a couple of choucroute nods on the plates. I ordered the tasting menu with paired wines and can attest to the superb flavor and artistry of each dish. A well-deserved Michelin award.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
You cannot go wrong at Per Se. It surpasses its Michelin 5 stars by a large number. The food and service are consistently exceptional. Get the wine pairings for the maximum pleasure. A food and wine tour you won’t forget.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Le Bernardin, Zagat's top pick for 2013, and awarded the Michelin Guide's coveted 3-stars as well as The New York Times' highest rating of 4-stars, has maintained its status of excellence for over 20 years and its international acclaim as one of the world's top seafood restaurants. Owner/Chef Eric Ripert continues to set unsurpassed standards with his piscatorial paradise and partner Maguy Le Coze's seamless and unparalleled service. *When making your reservation, please indicate in the Special Requests box if you will be attending THEATER so that we may accommodate you appropriately.
Absolutely the best seafood restaurant we have been to and one of the best restaurants full stop. The way that seafood is handled at this restaurant is special. From the beginning to the end you meal flows effortlessly, each course better than the next. Don't forget dessert, they too are something to behold and a special finish to a special evening. A must when visiting New York.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The tacos are good but everything's no is a la carte. One taco is an appetizer. Two tacos are a snack. Three tacos can make a meal. Three tacos without anything else is $10.50. The food is good but it definitely isn't inexpensive Mexican food. I wouldn't go out of my way for it.
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