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ttoommyy Jul 28, 2013 10:12 AM

Where would you go? Can't stand a menu full of egg dishes and salads. Thanks!

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    Spaetzle75 Jul 28, 2013 10:21 AM

    Anthony Davids in Hoboken is great on high end side but nice. There is a hotel in jersey city that overlooks the Hudson with a view of the skyline. It is near the path station. I think it is a Marriot? They have a nice lunch menu too. Light Horse tavern in J.C. is awesome as well. The fish and chips at light horse is excellent. Great beers on tap.

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    1. re: Spaetzle75
      ttoommyy Jul 28, 2013 10:47 AM

      Thanks. Anthony David has too many eggy/brunchy type foods for our liking. The other two sound promising though.

    2. Curlz Jul 28, 2013 11:08 AM

      Is Razza in JC open for lunch?

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        ttoommyy Jul 28, 2013 02:02 PM

        Closed on Sunday. Menu looks good though. Thanks.

        Wound up going to a favorite of ours, Dozzino in Hoboken. Had an amazing tomato plate with field and heirloom tomatoes and 6 thick-cut slices of prosciutto. Followed with 2 special pizzas. All delicious as always.

        1. re: ttoommyy
          Curlz Jul 28, 2013 02:48 PM

          Thanks for the reminder about Dozzino...I've been meaning to try it for some time now!

          As for Razza, it's owned by the guy who owns Arturo's(Dan Richer) in Maplewood; I looooooove his food. Nice guy to boot, but the food is worth the trip and I understand that Razza is no different in that department!

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