Edward’s is a short walk from lots of office buildings by the waterfront, and if you want to have a corporate card dinner at a steakhouse in Jersey City, then it’s pretty much your only option. But considering it’s right by the Path and the ferry, you’re better off spending $80 on surf-and-turf or $85 on a dry-aged ribeye at any of the countless steakhouses across the river in Fidi.
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