ELIZABETH, NJ - Entering into the second phase of Governor Murphy’s Executive Orders, Elizabeth, New Jersey is adapting and is welcoming back patrons to experience its eateries and their new outdoor dining scene.  Tables and chairs are found six-feet apart, staff members are health trained, wearing masks and executing strict CDC, state, and municipal guidelines.

“Sections of town like Elizabeth Avenue, Elmora Avenue, and Morris Avenue are all coming back to life with diverse ethic cuisine offerings, its local patios and curbside cafes are in full effect just in time for summer’s much-needed decadent explorations” said Jennifer M. Costa, President & CEO of Elizabeth’s Tourism and Chamber of Commerce.

The Lobby located in Elizabeth, NJ is a part of the nightlife atmosphere and brings together a fusion of “Dine and Chill.” During this COVID-19 pandemic, Lobby has been able to do curbside pickup and delivery orders using Foodtec. Starting last week, the Patio is open and ready to safely serve.

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Another one of Elizabeth’s many restaurants that have re-opened their doors for outdoor-dining is El Nacho Tequila Cantina. They have been active on their social media about their fun Mexican dining experience and drinks that come to life once you order them @elnachonj. 

For the cuisine of Haiti and its Caribbean soul check out First Republic, or for the passion of Portugal be sure to visit Valenca, one of New Jersey’s top-rated restaurants. 

For additional dining details and establishments, visit: https://www.goelizabethnj.com/restaurants/