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NJ, 07302
PH 1-201-860-9688

Zagat & Google Maps
"Real People, Real Reviews"


Zagats 2007

“A hip place for dinner” or brunch, this “chic” yet “low-key” storefront New American in Jersey City is a destination for small and large plates of deliciously “comforting” New American food; for some, “it doesn’t get better”, and ex-NYCers ask “who needs Manhattan now?”

Zagats 2006

"Casual and chic without trying to be, this jazzy Jersey City storefront proffers a foodie-friendly menu confident enough to swing toward France and Spain without losing its New American identity; small plate options and a concise, well-edited wine list have helped make it a hit since the day it opened; N.B. open for brunch on Saturdays and Sundays."




The New York Times

David Corcoran

“a list of ports, single-malt Scotches and other after-dinner drinks so lovingly described that you want to move to the neighborhood, spend a couple of weeks of evenings here and sample every single one.”

New York Magazine
December 11, 2006 issue

If You Lived Here, You’d Be Cool by Now
"2. Marco + Pepe, 289 Grove St.
If it was on your block, this would be your go-to brunch place. Of course, it’s not on your block, it’s in Jersey City. Still, the trip won’t take longer than the wait for brunch at Prune."


New Jersey Life Magazine Dining, "Getting Comfortable" 


-S Kilnisan, The Jersey Journal

“Distinct flavors, artisanal ingredients, and culinary craft are the reigning stars here."


David Corcoran, The New York Times

“an eclectic but focused style that draws from American, French, Italian and Spanish techniques and ingredients to produce dishes that ring with fresh, energetic flavors.”

"Best Restaurants in the State"

-Karla Cook and David Corcoran,
The New York Times


Other articles about Marco & Pepe,
and Jersey City

Village Voice News Paper,
Close-Up on Jersey City