The Tiny Unknown Town In New Jersey That Will Make You Feel Like You’re In Another Country
If you live in Bergen County, you’re probably familiar with Fort Lee. And, being home to one-half of the George Washington Bridge, many have driven through it. However, it’s certainly not one of the state’s most well-known towns. It’s also not the tiniest, but it pales in comparison to Newark and Jersey City, two other towns with major ethnic enclaves. Newark’s Ironbound feels a bit like Portugal, Fort Lee transports you to Korea.
I know there are more benefits of diversity than dining but I sure do enjoy that aspect. What’s your favorite Korean restaurant in Fort Lee? If you’re looking for incredible Cuban cuisine, head to nearby Union City. Check out some of the best dining spots here.