There’s Something Incredibly Unique About This New Jersey Restaurant…And You’ll Want To Visit

Jersey City is a cultural melting pot with a fantastic dining scene. It is also one of the oldest cities in New Jersey, loaded with history. You’ll find mouthwatering cuisine at restaurants like Skinner’s Loft, Lighthouse Tavern, Satis Bistro and the casual Brownstone Diner. You’ll find historic charm at locations like Liberty State Park, the Colgate Clock, the Goldman Sachs Tower (the tallest skyscraper in New Jersey) and the Loew’s Jersey Theatre. You can find a mix of both delicious dishes and local history at Sanai’s.

While additions to the building have been made over the years, much of the original structure, including a basement, remains intact. How cool is it that you can dine in the oldest building in Jersey City, and one of the oldest surviving structures in New Jersey? Have you been here before? What was your experience? If you’re a history buff, you may also enjoy my previous article: Here Are 16 Of The Oldest Towns In New Jersey… And They’re Loaded With History.

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