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There are many good resteraunt's here, and jewelers and cafe's. It's a Portuguese neighborhood and fun to walk around in on a nice day. Very clean and safe neighborhood. Lots of fun and spectacular food. Many choices on where to eat!!!
If you planning to make typical Brazilian dishes and need farofa (spiced manioc flour) and similar items or you'd like to buy something different than your standard cheap cachaça or some Portuguese wines, you will find it at one of the many stores or the...More
Ironbound is full of many great restaurants and stores to shop on Ferry Street. They also have great restaurants on some side streets. It's a little congested at times but a great walk! Come on down and visit one of the many places to eat!...More
Stopped by to watch the portuguese soccer game on the tv and had a hamburger. I must say, it was one of he best burgers I have had. It was top quality Texas angus beef, cooked to perfection and served with French fries.
Response from Chrischris111 | Reviewed this property |
Well it depends the time of your arrival and departure if it is day or night and if you are really have four hours to spare.To get to Ironbound with taxi round trip is about 1/2 an hour and will cost you about $50.00.So... More
Well it depends the time of your arrival and departure if it is day or night and if you are really have four hours to spare.To get to Ironbound with taxi round trip is about 1/2 an hour and will cost you about $50.00.So maybe you got about 2 hours to spend there but you have to know in advance where you want to go so the driver can bring you direct to your place that you want to go for food or whatever you want to see.Good luck and i hope i gave you some input on your question.
The national drink of Brazil is the Caipirnha which contains Cachaca. It's a clear liquor and strong. The drink is very good.
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Newark safe areas (8 Replies)
Plan to make a day trip from NYC. Does anyone know the safe/unsafe areas in Newark? Are Ironbound and Branch Brook Park safe? Thank you.
June 24, 2017|
The park is great, as to Ironbound area in Newark there are a number of great eateries...I have never had a problem in either area.
Restaurants before you get to security in Newark Airport? (2 Replies)
My husband and I have a layover of several hours in Newark Airport and plan to meet friends there for a long lunch. However, since they are not traveling that day, they won't be able to go past the security checkpoint with us. Are there any restaurants on the public side of the checkpoints in any of the terminals? I realize that a better and more adventurous option would be hopping a train to the Ironbound district of Newark, but this is going to be an exhausting 36-hour trip with a lot of...More
August 21, 2009|
There is a TGI friday in Terminal A.
Need a suggestion for Portuguese restaurant in Ironbound (2 Replies)
Looking for your favorite Portuguese restaurant in the Ironbound thanks, stuckinnj
April 24, 2012|
Too much to choose from. I would recommend doing a "tapas crawl". This is where you walk along Ferry St (and the adjoining streets) and go have a "tapas" (small food portion) along w/ a drink, at a few restaurants and "discover" what is your favorite. Personally I have never had "bad" food at any restaurant in the Ironbound, some places are better than others, but I don't think you could go wrong anywhere in the Ironbound.