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Elizabeth Lithuanian Festival

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by taste test 16 years ago

Has anyone ever been? It's tomorrow from 1-4 and I can't seem to find out any details.

First visit to Elizabeth, NJ - suggestions?

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by Ray 17 years ago

I'd like to stop in Elizabeth, NJ on my way to upstate NY for a Latin, Cuban or Colombian dinner. (I have no particular reason for picking Elizabeth other than it's along the way, and looking at M...

IKEA - Elizabeth - did someone actually recommend the cafeteria there?

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by korgy 18 years ago

..or was it my imagination? i trekked out there today, all the way from Brooklyn, for what i had imagined to be some Scandinavian culinary smogasborg in the form of a cafe - when i got there, i s...

Elmora Ave, Elizabeth, NJ report

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by JH Jill 19 years ago

I recently asked for recommendations for lunch around Elizabeth and was steered towards Elmora Ave (just East of Grand, the extension of North Ave.) Well, I had lunch at Goodman's Deli (which is no...

Elizabeth NJ area lunch?

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by JH Jill 19 years ago

I often find myself working in the warehouse area of the Port of Elizabeth. I usually stop for breakfast at Seaport Diner on North & Dowd Aves. which is actually good to very good for breakfast, b...

Great Peruvian food in Elizabeth

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by Peter Cuce 20 years ago

Just got back from an awesome Peruvian meal at El Iman Restaurant (945 Elizabeth Ave, Elizabeth, 908-351-8668, open 12 to 9 every day except Wednesday). I have a Peruvian friend, and he's tried ton...

Calling all Chowhounds!!I'm desperate to find dining options in Elizabeth or nearby

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by Liz 20 years ago

There are six of us going out tomorrow night and our final destination is in Elizabeth. We want to meet for dinner in either Elizabeth or nearby areas. We're not familiar with the locale, so we nee...

Portuguese (not Brazilian) BBQ in Elizabeth

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by jonathan sibley 22 years ago

I finally made it to Elmora Churrasqueira in Elizabeth (near Union). It is just off Elmora (thus, the name). They have a big grill with real wood charcoal (saw the bags) and flat wire racks that ...

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