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Vitamin-C

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Popular Montclair Restaurant Faubourg to Open Second Location in Weehawken

Weehawken, New Jersey might be the famed dueling grounds of Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, but a new restaurant is bringing a taste of France to the historic Hudson County town. Faubourg, a French brasserie in Montclair, is opening a second location in Weehawken on the ground floor of River House 11 at 1100 Avenue at Port Imperial. Under the same name, Faubourg Weehawken will mirror the awarded menu and elevated atmo...

Weehawken, New Jersey might be the famed dueling grounds of Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, but a new restaurant is bringing a taste of France to the historic Hudson County town. Faubourg, a French brasserie in Montclair, is opening a second location in Weehawken on the ground floor of River House 11 at 1100 Avenue at Port Imperial. Under the same name, Faubourg Weehawken will mirror the awarded menu and elevated atmosphere of its Essex County counterpart, serving dinner seven nights a week and weekend brunch. Read on to learn more about Faubourg Weehawken, the newest French restaurant opening in Hudson County this summer.

^ Rendering of Faubourg Weehakwen. Photo Credit: Juliet Lucia Fairbrother

Faubourg (pronounced foh-boor) opened in Montclair in 2019 by Dominique Paulin and Chef Olivier Muller. In French, “faubourg” translates to suburb, an apt name for a defunct Montclair theater at 544 Bloomfield Avenue, Essex County’s main drag.

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The Montclair space is an elegant indoor/outdoor situation — there’s a large outdoor bar in an almost arboretum-like room, and the inside boasts large floor-to-ceiling windows adorned with faux greenery. The restaurant is categorized as a French brasserie, and its dinner menu rotates seasonally to feature eclectic French dishes. Currently on the menu: tarte flambeé, mushroom veloute, snails + chicken oysters fricassée, coq au vin, among other items. There are brunch, lunch, and midday options too, which are served at various times and days of the week.

Since opening, Faubourg has become a destination for Essex County locals — in 2023, it was voted best date night spot and best cocktails by The Montclair Girl readers. A year earlier, those same readers voted Faubourg the best outdoor dining setup, and in 2021, they bestowed the highly-sought honor of best restaurant upon the French eatery.

With so much success in the Essex County area, expansion to Hudson County is a natural next step for the Faubourg team. In a press release sent on March 25th, Dominique and Chef Oliver are set to debut a second Faubourg location in Weehawken by early summer, though an official opening date has yet to be disclosed.

What’s in a name? For the Faubourg team, it means maintaining the European-inspired atmosphere that Montclair locals have come to expect. The duo teamed up with architect and designer Craig Shillito of Cycle Projects (who they worked with in Montclair) to turn 1100 Avenue of Port Imperial into a “modern brasserie-inspired space” with an “open kitchen, grand bar, cocktail lounge, main dining room, private dining room, and outdoor patio seating with partial views of the Manhattan skyline.”

^ Rendering of Faubourg Weehakwen. Photo Credit: Juliet Lucia Fairbrother

The menu at Faubourg Weehawken will closely resemble the Montclair location, too. Hudson County diners can expect a seasonal menu of traditional and modern French eats, craft cocktails, wines, and other drink options. Faubourg Weehawken will serve dinner seven nights a week when it opens, followed by weekday lunch and brunch on weekends, according to the press release.

Faubourg’s second outpost is located on the ground floor of the River House 11 building, near the Weehawken waterfront. For Hoboken + Jersey City residents, the locale is just a quick Light Rail ride away.

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We’ll keep you updated with details surrounding Faubourg Weehawken as they unfold. For now, be sure to follow @thehobokengirl on Instagram + TikTok for the latest local happenings.

Anyone In NJ Can Use New Pool On Hudson River, But Their Pass System Breaks A DEP Rule

A controversy has erupted about a state-funded waterfront complex on the Jersey side of the Hudson River. Who gets to use the new pools?Patch Staff|Updated Sat, Jul 8, 2023 at 10:26 am ETHUDSON COUNTY, NJ — As temperatures climbed into the 80s in North Jersey this week, residents of the waterfront town of Weehawken, and other nearby towns, were allowed to use the sprawling pool in the town's new waterfront complex. The complex was completed two years ago and partly funded by $4 million in state Green Acres funds....

A controversy has erupted about a state-funded waterfront complex on the Jersey side of the Hudson River. Who gets to use the new pools?

Patch Staff

|Updated Sat, Jul 8, 2023 at 10:26 am ET

HUDSON COUNTY, NJ — As temperatures climbed into the 80s in North Jersey this week, residents of the waterfront town of Weehawken, and other nearby towns, were allowed to use the sprawling pool in the town's new waterfront complex. The complex was completed two years ago and partly funded by $4 million in state Green Acres funds.

Theoretically, because of the state funding, anyone living in the state can use the new complex — which sits alongside the Hudson River — according to state Department of Environmental Protection rules.

But for summer 2023, the town has been requiring paid season passes without offering any day passes, and this has run afoul of state officials.

The state DEP said recently that the town has to do more to allow outside residents to access the complex, if they want to.

The township is charging its own residents $100 per adult for a season pool pass, and $200 per adult for out of towners, plus a $25 out-of-town fee. Kids are free.

Find out what's happening in Hobokenwith free, real-time updates from Patch.

Those costs are legal, according to DEP regulations, but what's not legal is the lack of day passes, which might be used by those who don't visit that often.

Several towns contiguous to Weehawken have their own municipal pools that can be accessed at low cost, but residents of one nearby town that lacks a pool — and also lacks low-cost recreation swim lessons — have been complaining.

In Hoboken, whose leaders have promised to build a pool for decades but have never done so, there's only one pool offering free access (the Hoboken High School pool, whenever camps aren't using it), and the city hasn't made low-cost lessons available to all children.

The town's YMCA closed more than a decade ago, and since then, the town has not provided affordable swim or summer camp programs, despite promises. Meanwhile, Weehawken has partnered with the North Jersey YMCA to offer affordable full-day camps with swim lessons.

One mom in Hoboken, tired of the broken promises, started a petition late last year for Hoboken to begin constructing a standalone pool, rather than continue to make annual promises about planned developments years into the future.

At the same time, the state DEP has told Weehawken that if they force New Jersey residents to pay a fee for season passes, they're also supposed to allow people to purchase day passes.

Therein lies the debate.

DEP: 'We Are Aware Of The Issue'

"We are aware of the issue, and you are correct that when season passes are offered to the public for Green Acres’ funded parks, our rules say that daily or single use passes must also be offered. I contacted the Weehawken Manager about this on 6/6," said a DEP official in an email to a Hoboken dad last month.

Mayor Richard Turner of Weehawken told NJ.com recently that it's easy for the DEP to demand day passes when they're not the ones having to staff and maintain the pool.

"The problem with DEP is first of all, they’ve never had to run a pool that’s as popular as this one and secondly, they’re not flexible enough to allow us to experiment,” Turner said in an NJ.com story.

In Hoboken this season, town leaders haven't come out publicly about working with Turner on the day pass issue.

Hoboken spokesperson Marilyn Baer told Patch last month, "The administration has reached out to Weehawken to ensure residents have access to the pool and will continue to advocate on behalf of residents. The city continues to partner with Stevens Institute if Technology to ensure residents can access their pool year-round through several membership options."

Stevens, a university in Hoboken, allows access to its indoor pool year-round for a fee.

Weehawken Mayor Turner told NJ.com that on a recent weekend, nearly 1,000 people showed up to use the pool, and on Memorial Day, more than 300 came from Hoboken alone. The pool was available to out-of-towners for free on weekends through June 23.

The city of Hoboken finally announced last month that they're seeking feedback to help choose one of three plans for a new recreational complex downtown, including a pool. Residents can fill out the survey here.

But what will the town offer in the meantime? And will Weehawken work something out with Hoboken, and with the DEP?

Last year, when Weehawken leaders finally opened their pool to out-of-towners in August — after pressure from the DEP and others — Hoboken's city officials publicly praised Turner and each other, which drew some jeers.

If Weehawken did not open it to non-residents they would lose Green Acre funds. Weehawken had to do this to get their $4mil. — Paul Presinzano 1st Ward City Council Candidate (@presinzano4hob1) August 4, 2022

Read Patch's past coverage of the fight for a pool in Hoboken, the new Weehawken pool, and related issues here.

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New Weehawken Pool Releases 2023 Rates For Residents And Non-Residents

HOBOKEN, NJ — The Weehawken pool will be free on weekends until later in June, then will implement season passes with separate prices for residents and non-residents, according to an announcement on the pool website this week.The new complex was partly built with state Green Acres funds, and thus has to be available to all New Jersey residents.Through a partnership with the YMCA in Hackensack and the Recreation Department, Weehawken's childre...

HOBOKEN, NJ — The Weehawken pool will be free on weekends until later in June, then will implement season passes with separate prices for residents and non-residents, according to an announcement on the pool website this week.

The new complex was partly built with state Green Acres funds, and thus has to be available to all New Jersey residents.

Through a partnership with the YMCA in Hackensack and the Recreation Department, Weehawken's children will also receive free swim lessons at the pool.

The pool, within walking distance of Hoboken, is of special interest to Hoboken residents, as their city is the only one contiguous to Weehawken without its own pool.

After June 23, the resident rate for season passes will be $100 for the first adult, $50 for other adults in the household. Kids are free.

Find out what's happening in Hobokenwith free, real-time updates from Patch.

The non-resident rate will be $200 for the first adult, $100 for the second adult, free for children, and there is a $25 non-resident fee.

Last week, people waiting to use the pool on the Saturday and Sunday of Memorial Day weekend experienced long lines and some couldn't get in, according to posts and photos on social media.

Also in Hudson County, pools in Union City are free for all Hudson County residents, while Jersey City has a pool open to out-of-towners for a small fee. The Secaucus pool will allow guests this year.

Hoboken Has Unique Need

Patch has reached out to Hoboken City Hall see if the city has been in discussions with Weehawken about special pool access. This story will be updated if information is received.

Residents in that city have long expressed frustrations with repeated promises and failures to build a pool. Most recently, the city has floated development plans that might include a pool in 2020, 2021, and just last month.

One Hoboken council candidate, Ian Rintel, said Friday, "The rates for the Weehawken pool and the fact that there is no daily option exclude those of less means, those who do not live near the pool, and those who are only interested in occasional pool use. Green Acres funding requires all NJ residents to have access to this pool and this does not provide that access. If legal, Weehawken has found a loophole to use state funding to make an exclusive pool."

Read a last week's story about the fight for a pool in Hoboken, the new Weehawken pool, and related issues here.

See the season pass announcement here.

State Says Weehawken Must Offer Pool Day Passes To All NJ Residents

Controversy is raging among Hoboken residents who have no town pool and want to use the state-funded facility a mile away (updated).Patch Staff|Updated Tue, Jun 20, 2023 at 6:35 pm ETHOBOKEN, NJ — Will Weehawken offer day passes to all New Jersey residents for their new pool complex on the waterfront? The state Department of Environmental protection said this week that they need to provide the option.After Hoboken residents ...

Controversy is raging among Hoboken residents who have no town pool and want to use the state-funded facility a mile away (updated).

Patch Staff

|Updated Tue, Jun 20, 2023 at 6:35 pm ET

HOBOKEN, NJ — Will Weehawken offer day passes to all New Jersey residents for their new pool complex on the waterfront? The state Department of Environmental protection said this week that they need to provide the option.

After Hoboken residents fought for months last summer to have access to the new, partly-state funded Weehawken complex a mile away from their town, they and others in New Jersey were finally allowed in at the end of last summer, as well as this June.

But beginning June 23, season passes are required for entry to the Weehawken pool complex starting at $200 for the summer — and that's still running afoul of New Jersey rules, the state said this week.

In an email sent Monday to a Hoboken father who has been inquiring about pool access, Maude Snyder of the state Department of Environmental Protection, which administers state Green Acres funding, said Monday:

"We are aware of the issue, and you are correct that when season passes are offered to the public for Green Acres’ funded parks, our rules say that daily or single use passes must also be offered. I contacted the Weehawken Manager about this on 6/6. Green Acres’ rules don’t speak to the details of offering daily passes and we would consider a request from Weehawken to limit daily passes to a reasonable number or portion of the pool’s total capacity. But, we haven’t heard back from them."

Find out what's happening in Hobokenwith free, real-time updates from Patch.

Dozens of Hoboken residents have taken to social media in recent months to ask about access to the sparkling new Weehawken complex, as officials in Hoboken — located a mile from the pool on the waterfront — have promised for decades to build a public pool for residents, without delivering.

And even Weehawken residents said they were frustrated with the lack of information, with some starting a petition.

The city of Hoboken is the only municipality contiguous to Weehawken that lacks a public pool for its residents.

Over Memorial Day, 308 of the 906 people who used the new pool that day were Hoboken residents, Mayor Richard Turner recently told NJ.com.

During the summer of 2022, Hoboken residents kept asking for access to the complex, and were finally granted permission to visit the pool in mornings in August.

Weehawken Town Administrator Gio Ahmad told Patch last month that for summer 2023, the pool would be open to all New Jersey residents for free through June 23. But the town's subsequent announcement of a season pass-only system received criticism from some Hoboken residents as well as some in Weehawken.

Weehawken residents can use the pool for the season starting at $100 per adult, and kids under 18 are free. For Hoboken residents, the fee is $200 per adult. The fees are consistent with DEP rules about fees for residents and out-of-towners.

Weehawken's Recreation Department also offers swim lessons for children in their town in order to promote water safety, via a low-cost camp in partnership with the North Jersey YMCA.

The town also has contracted with the Weehawken Swim Association (Weehawkenswim.org) to offer lessons for residents of the town and contiguous towns at the pool.

Will Hoboken Officials Respond?

After the seasonal fees were announced this month, some residents said the fees are cost prohibitive, as those in other towns may only want to visit the pool occasionally. They said there should be affordable daily rates.

"The green acre rules requiring day passes be available makes sense and is reasonable," said Andrew Strobel, a Hoboken dad, this week. "Given the pool was partially funded with taxes paid by all NJ residents, it is only fair that day passes be available to residents who can’t afford a season pass or only want to use the pool a few times during the summer."

The new complex was partly built with state Green Acres funds, and thus has to be available to all New Jersey residents and follow other Green Acres rules.

Last year, when Hoboken residents were finally allowed into the pool for mornings in August, several city officials thanked each other as well as Weehawken's mayor, which drew some jeers.

Patch has reached out to Hoboken City Hall over the last six weeks to see if local officials have advocated for more pool access this year.

On Tuesday, city spokesperson Marilyn Baer said, "The administration has reached out to Weehawken to ensure residents have access to the pool and will continue to advocate on behalf of residents. The City continues to partner with Stevens Institute if Technology to ensure residents can access their pool year-round through several membership options."

Residents in Hoboken have long expressed frustrations, through several Hoboken mayoral administrations, with repeated promises and failures to build a pool or provide pool access. The city has floated future development plans that may include a pool in 2020, 2021, and again just last month.

The city's Recreation Division was given access to the Hoboken High School pool by the public school district last year — for all families, not just in the public schools — and the city offered it to residents with limited hours.

'Today I Was Turned Away'

Some area residents have suggested that it's dangerous for a town to not promote water safety to families in an affordable way.

"Today I was turned away from entering a public pool in Weehawken New Jersey," wrote a Facebook user on Sunday. (The Weehawken pool has had long lines on recent weekends.) "Although it's understandable to keep some restrictions on who uses this public facility, it got me to realize how few of these public pools exist ... failure to swim causes numerous casualties especially in young children. Public investments in pools may be more useful than building another mall or wholefoods."

A local mom has begun a petition for Hoboken to find ways to have affordable swim lessons for local kids and plan a pool as a stand-alone project, rather than part of a large development. She has garnered more than 600 signatures so far.

She wrote, "As two educators from NJ noted in a NJ.com op-ed recently, urban areas need their own community pools and low-cost swimming lessons to save lives. Weehawken now has a fantastic pool complex and offers low-cost lessons."

City Council candidate Ian Rintel has suggested a Hoboken shuttle to take residents to free Hudson County pools further away, such as the pools in Union City, which are open to all county residents. He said recently that he has not heard from any officials yet in response to his proposal.

"The rates for the Weehawken pool and the fact that there is no daily option exclude those of less means, those who do not live near the pool, and those who are only interested in occasional pool use," he said, about the latest developments.

Read Patch's past coverage of the fight for a pool in Hoboken, the new Weehawken pool, and related issues here.

Weehawken softball repeats as sectional champion with win over Whippany Park

WEEHAWKEN – Savanna McHale gave out hugs in the seventh inning, and she also delivered a second sectional softball title for Weehawken.McHale struck out seven, and catcher Envy Duran boomed a three-run homer in the first as the Indians beat Whippany Park, 3-0, to repeat as North 2, Group 1 champs Saturday.The rise of Weehawken softball from afterthought to state power has been one of the best stories in New Jersey athletics the last two years. Saturday, the program completed its first Triple Crown, having w...

WEEHAWKEN – Savanna McHale gave out hugs in the seventh inning, and she also delivered a second sectional softball title for Weehawken.

McHale struck out seven, and catcher Envy Duran boomed a three-run homer in the first as the Indians beat Whippany Park, 3-0, to repeat as North 2, Group 1 champs Saturday.

The rise of Weehawken softball from afterthought to state power has been one of the best stories in New Jersey athletics the last two years. Saturday, the program completed its first Triple Crown, having won section, county and league titles the same season.

“It feels good to win all three,” Weehawken coach Raquel Roder said. “I don’t think the girls realize how special this all is yet.”

What it means

The win sets up a battle in the Group 1 semifinals between Weehawken (26-2) and Essex County champion Cedar Grove. The game is scheduled for Tuesday at 5 p.m. in Weehawken. The host site rotates from North 1 to North 2 each year.

Last year, McHale threw a three-hitter in the sectional final against Cedar Grove in a 2-1 win.

“They are a very, very good program,” Roder said. “I respect them so much. I know they have a lot of speed. It will not be an easy game, but our goal is to come out and play hard, and try to get ahead early and stay up.”

The Hudson County title this year was the first county title for a girls program at Weehawken. Now, the team is also the school's first to repeat as a sectional champion.

Duran does it big

After Savannah McHale retired the Wildcats 1-2-3 in the top of the first, Brianna McHale led off the bottom of the first with a triple down the left field line. Katherine Thompson put down a bunt – a squeeze attempt – and Brianna stayed at third as Thompson beat the throw to first base.

In stepped the Weehawken catcher, who cracked a long home run into the trees hanging over left-center field.

“It couldn’t have been timed better,” Roder said. “The top of our lineup is very strong but sometimes if they don’t hit right away our girls are the bottom get worried, even though the bottom of the line-up has been coming up huge lately, but in the first inning, three runs, it gave us a cushion.”

Bringing it home

Weehawken had only one other hit after the Duran homer, but Savanna McHale was sensational in the circle. She allowed three hits and didn’t walk anyone. Whippany Park (18-10) only advanced one runner into scoring position the whole game.

“I think she somehow gets better as games get tighter,” Roder said. “She doesn’t fall apart of fold under pressure. She is just incredible.”

Whippany Park catcher Samantha Vitale blooped a hit in the seventh, just past a diving Brianna McHale at shortstop, and the two sisters met in the circle for a second. Savanna gave her sister a hug as if to say, forget it. A few minutes later, all the hugs were in celebration of another Weehawken softball milestone.

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