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The 25 Best Restaurants in Jersey City

A handwritten sign outside Hooked JC simply reads, ‘You should eat here.’ Seafood lovers across the city would agree.

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Check out the 5 most popular spots in Jersey City’s Bergen-Lafayette neighborhood

Topping the list is seafood and traditional American spot Hooked JC, which offers salads and more.

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Where to eat now in N.J.: August’s 10 hottest restaurants

Ironically, Jersey City’s hot new fish shack is far from the waterfront and downtown’s hipster eateries.

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Hooked JC Now Open in Bergen-Lafayette

Hooked JC is now in soft open mode at 469 Communipaw Avenue. Prices range from $2 for Honey Jalapeño Hushpuppies to $16 for a Lobster Roll. There’s also a mix-and-match section where you can pick a meat/fish and choose to have it served in a platter, po boy style, or over salad.

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Hooked JC Opening In Bergen-Lafayette

Hooked JC located at 467 Communipaw Ave only a couple of blocks from Berry Lane Park, is a new seafood spot owned and run by Tory Aunspach, a long-time chef who has cooked around the world and Natalie Miniard of JCity Realty.

Hooked JC Seafood Dish

Most Popular Seafood Restaurant in Every State

A meal at this BYOB urban seafood shack might start with Buffalo shrimp bites, seafood gumbo, or polenta poppers (“our bite-sized take on shrimp & grits”), then proceed to crab cakes, fried oysters, or a choice of shrimp, scallops, or three different kinds of fresh fish, any of them served blackened, fried, or grilled.

Hooked JC Seafood Dish

Top 50 Places to Eat in New Jersey 2018

For your eating pleasure, Yelp! has rounded up a list of New Jersey’s finest culinary gems, and we made the list!

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Hooked JC, a New Seafood Joint, is Opening in Bergen-Lafayette

With front windows that resemble portholes on a ship and knotty pine paneling on the walls, 467 Communipaw Avenue has all the salty charm of an oceanside seafood shack only smack dab in the middle of Bergen-Lafayette.