Newark Food & Drink

Old Newark


Vittorio Castle - Summer & 8th Avenues


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1 files, last one added on Jan 15, 2022
Album viewed 28 times

Washington Restaurant - Washington Place & Broad Street


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12 files, last one added on Jan 05, 2017
Album viewed 339 times

Weequahic Diner - 306-308 Elizabeth Avenue


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6 files, last one added on Dec 07, 2017
Album viewed 801 times

Weequahic Inn


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1 files, last one added on Jan 04, 2018
Album viewed 184 times

Wenzel's Wonder Bar - 504 Orange Street


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1 files, last one added on Dec 02, 2016
Album viewed 168 times

West End


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2 files, last one added on Mar 16, 2017
Album viewed 200 times

Winter's Restaurant - 331 Market Street


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1 files, last one added on Feb 07, 2018
Album viewed 155 times

Wonderpool Tavern - Frelinghuysen Avenue


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1 files, last one added on Mar 01, 2007
Album viewed 337 times

Wrubel's Tavern - 386 Walnut Street


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3 files, last one added on Aug 28, 2020
Album viewed 45 times

ZePe's


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2 files, last one added on Jan 16, 2018
Album viewed 150 times

Zig's Restaurant - 589 Central Avenue


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1 files, last one added on Jul 10, 2006
Album viewed 380 times

 

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2002294 views
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248 views(c. 1952-1964). Longshoremen from Port Newark drinking boilermakers in between their shifts; weddings, communions and New Year's Eve parties in the back hall. Smoked eels and pickled eggs available daily. Live lobsters sold out of a sink full of ice on Fridays. Was "grandfathered" in to stay right next door to another bar (The "Inn"), although zoning then required taverns to be 150 ft. apart.
Photo from Joette Martin
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Left Side of Photo201 viewsPhoto from City Planning for Newark 1913
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1958 views
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273 viewsPhoto from Sharon Hoferer
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1675 views
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155 viewsApril 17, 1910
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1952 views
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Attractive Restaurant Building for Broad Street & Washington Place156 viewsApril 17, 1910

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129 viewsPhoto from Alberto ValdesJan 15, 2022
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219 viewsPhoto from Joette MartinAug 28, 2020
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271 viewsPhoto from Joette MartinAug 28, 2020
wrubelstavern01.jpg
248 views(c. 1952-1964). Longshoremen from Port Newark drinking boilermakers in between their shifts; weddings, communions and New Year's Eve parties in the back hall. Smoked eels and pickled eggs available daily. Live lobsters sold out of a sink full of ice on Fridays. Was "grandfathered" in to stay right next door to another bar (The "Inn"), although zoning then required taverns to be 150 ft. apart.
Photo from Joette Martin
Aug 28, 2020
wintersrestaurant01.jpg
Left Side of Photo201 viewsPhoto from City Planning for Newark 1913Feb 07, 2018
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236 viewsPhoto from Dan SilvaJan 16, 2018
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188 viewsPhoto from Dan SilvaJan 16, 2018
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216 viewsJan 04, 2018
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Menu213 viewsPhoto from Earlene GreyDec 07, 2017
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Menu235 viewsPhoto from Earlene GreyDec 07, 2017