With over 50 countries represented in Elizabeth, you will be able to take your taste buds on a culinary adventure.
Elizabeth Avenue, also known as "The Market" is filled with multicultural restaurants, ranging from Italian, Portuguese, Cuban, Mexican, American, and many more. It is the home to many Elizabethan staples such as Tommy's Italian Sausage & Hot Dogs, Jerry's Frankfurters, City Tavern, and now its upbeat bar and grill, Don Felix.
Throughout the Spring, Summer, and Fall, Union Square features a Farmer's market and free concerts during the Summer months.
Also known as the Colombian District consists of many bakeries and restaurants that have perfected many Colombian dishes such as empanadas, arepas, sancocho, bandeja paisa, and more. You will also find an enjoyable combination of music, art, and nightlife. A few places to check out are The Garden Restaurant and Lounge, Brisas Bakery and Restaurant, Sabor y Arte 2, and Rancho Mateo Colombian Steak House.
Being one of our most historical streets, it is the perfect place to find everything you need. While browsing around, you can pick up a slice of pizza from Bella Pizza or sit down and enjoy a lively Italian ambiance at Dolce.
While on Elmora Avenue, you are able to find a few classic staples such as Subway, Wingstop, and Sarku Japan. However, throughout the rest of the street there are a vast array of Latin and Jewish restaurants and bakeries where you can try some Mexican tacos, Kosher plates, Peruvian chicken, and many more.