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New Jersey’s Meatball Hot Spots

Meatballs: Delicious, spherical baby hamburgers that taste good on everything and anything. Celebrate #NationalMeatballDay at one of #HipNJ’s top meatball hot spots with meatballs so good you can forget about the pasta.

 

Welcome to Millie’s Old World Meatballs and Pizza in Morristown! Where all food is made with passion, fresh ingredients and tradition. Get the taste of homemade, freshly fried meatballs while surrounded by brick oven, cuddled in a large booth, taking advantage of the BYOB.

 

A take-out food truck that sells meatballs? That’s IncrediBalls! Incrediballs Food Truck in Jersey City has a small but amazingly delicious menu centered around meatballs. Making meatballs out of beef, pork, chicken and even quinoa for all those vegetarians out there.

 

The Brew & Meatball Co. in Rahway offers a late night menu mostly consisting of, you guessed it, meatballs! Craft beer and comfort food is available until 12 pm during the week and 2 am on the weekends. Crushing any late night craving you may have.

 

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Is it possible they could be more obsessed with meatballs than us? Meatball Obsession in Newark sells grandmas meatballs are cooked to such perfection that you can skip the pasta completely and just eat them right out of a cup! 

 

Keep calm and meatball on at Mamma’s Meatballs & More in Pennsauken Township. With an entire page dedicated to a variety of Mamma’s meatballs, we are  curious if they could get any more genius. They have surpassed the average meatball and spiced up the meatball game with their Rocky Ball BOA and Rabe Father

 

Asbury Park is famous for the beach, beautiful homes and an outstanding selection of food. Capitoline focuses on rustic Italian comfort food, so it’s no surprise they have some of the best meatballs by the shore. Leaving you satisfied and happy without having to break the bank. 

Now that you know where to get some of the best meatballs in New Jersey, tag and comment on our page @HipNewJersey. 

Where to Spend Mardi Gras in New Jersey

Adventure within the Mardi Gras madness this weekend at one of #HipNJ’s New Jersey hot spots. Bring your Mardi Gras dreams to life and celebrate! 

 
 
 
 
 
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Get ready to have some Fat Tuesday fun at South House Bar in Jersey City. Embrace the vintage ambiance and lose yourself on the dance floor while listening to authentic New Orleans tunes. After your night at South House, you will be wishing everyday was Mardi Gras!

Join in on the Mardi Gras fun at QXT’s nightclub in Newark! With free admission all night and $4 dollar drinks until 11 pm you will be dancing until the DJ leaves and drinking until the sun comes up. 

Feel as if your walking the streets of New Orleans in Somers Point at the South Jersey Jazz Society 3rd annual Mardi Gras eventSpend the day winning mascaraed themed competitions, indulging in all the Cajun food you can eat and watching a performance by Zydeco-a-Go-Go.

Thirsty for something frothy, delicious and mildly intoxicating? Expand your horizons and make your taste buds explode with flavors from all around the world. Even if your not much of a beer drinker, Newark’s locals favorite, Redd’s Biergarten, will have a beer that sounds so delicious you’ll have to taste it.

Make Mardi Gras your own at Grasshopper off the Green in Morristown. This Irish pub is cozy, loud and knows how to have a good time. While here, the drinks won’t end, everyone will become your friend (even the waitress!) and the laughs won’t stop.

Let us know how your Fat Tuesday celebration is going by tagging and commenting on our page @HipNewJersey . 

February Fabulous Female: Lynn Hazan

This month’s Fabulous Female is Lynn Hazan!

Lynn is the founder of ChicpeaJC, a blog focusing on everything related to Jersey City. She’s also the owner of Content Creators JC, a full service social media marketing company that manages over 20 accounts in and around Jersey City. On top of this, Lynn is a single mom to an adorable 5-year-old, who keeps her just as busy as her businesses.

Lynn started her career, like most of us, in corporate America. Around 2014 she had been promoted to Director of Training at Cisco Partner, in NYC. From the outside, her life seemed ideal; the perfect life with the perfect man and perfect job. Despite this, Lynn felt unhappy and unfulfilled. She felt robotic, waking up every day and doing the same thing over and over.  Even after accolades from her boss, and shares in the company, she still felt hopeless. She asked herself “Is this it?”. While everyone saw her as a success, Lynn knew she had much more to accomplish.

Months before, Lynn had started posting OOTD’s (Outfit of the Day) on social media. For her it was a creative outlet that showcased her love of fashion.  While shopping one day, she started chatting with a men’s influencer.  He planted the idea in her head about starting her own blog and writing about her outfits. Shortly thereafter, ChicpeaJC was born.  Writing the blog brought so much joy to Lynn’s life that a few months later, she made the boldest move. She walked into her boss’ office and gave notice.
Loving her life in Jersey City makes it  for Lynn to write about all that there is to do, see, and eat in the eclectic pulse of the northeast. Part of the appeal of writing her blog, is that Lynn loves giving back to her community and promoting local people and business. She believes there’s enough love and wealth to spread around, and she loves networking with and connecting people. I found her to be a kind and very giving person.

What impressed me most about Lynn (as I stalk her on social media) is her ability to successfully juggle so many things. She works full-time, exercises at a ridiculous hour, is a hands-on mom and manages an enviable social life.

As a single mom myself, I asked for the secret to her balancing act, because personally, I was starting to think she was a cyborg. Lynn said her secrets are outsourcing, time management, sacrifice and COFFEE! For example, her nanny often helps with the housework, her village of friends pitch in when needed, and she sacrifices sleep so she can work out. This way when she takes her daughter with her, that can be her main focus.

Lynn also keeps organized by keeping a master list and schedule for all that she must accomplish during the week. Each weekend she does a data dump and starts fresh.

Lynn is an inspiration for those looking to live life on their own terms. She has an ‘eff you’ attitude and lives Oprah’s philosophy “do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.”

If you need a bit of motivation, follow this bad-ass boss babe on social media @chicpeajc. It’ll be the boost you need to get your ass up and work out, work harder and live your life in the manner that suits you best.