JERSEY CITY, NJ — Jersey City’s Restaurant Week will continue from this past Monday for two weeks — and includes “diverse options” such as food trucks, breweries, taquerias, light bites, and more.

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The event runs from March 7-20.

Mayor Steven Fulop and the Jersey City Restaurant Association held a press conference to kick the event off on Monday. They stressed how important it was to help restaurants that struggled during COVID.

A release noted, “Unlike other restaurant weeks, Jersey City’s goal expands beyond showcasing our unparalleled restaurants to also help support the various types of diverse dining options available citywide, many of which have struggled to survive this pandemic.”

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This article originally appeared on the Hoboken Patch

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