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littlegrrl Aug 21, 2012 03:57 PM

We're headed to Liberty State Park to catch the ferry to the Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island and figure we'd like to grab a good dinner when we get back to NJ. We'll have our 2 kids with us--ages 13 and 10--who are fairly adventurous diners and little foodies but we'd need vegetarian options too. Any good ideas for dinner around that area? We're not tied to Jersey City--anything in that area would be good. Thanks!

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    littlegrrl Aug 23, 2012 08:21 PM

    Thanks for the recs! We actually went to Skinner's Loft and it was perfect for what we were looking down. But we'll keep the others in mind for the future.

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      nixienox Aug 23, 2012 04:42 PM

      MAE is kid friendly, and budget friendly and somewhat adventurous, plus it's close to Liberty State Park http://maerestaurant.com/

      Then there's Kraverie, which is the restaurant love child of a crepe truck and a Korean taco truck http://www.kraveriejc.com/ then if the sweet crepes don't call to you, walk over to Torico's for ice cream.

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        coldbeer Aug 22, 2012 05:32 AM

        Maritime Parc would certainly be the closest...but I'd head over to the Lighthorse Tavern, it's a less formal and is right in the middle off the Paulus Hook area, the Brooklyn of JC, if you will. If you are a bit more adventurous, check out Modern American Eatery on the far east end of Communipaw Ave...eclectic menu in what is becoming a funky part of town. Funky! Did I say that?

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          roro1831 Aug 21, 2012 06:27 PM

          Maritime Parc in Liberty State Park

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