Park and Sixth is still on Grove street, but it moved a couple blocks down for a bigger and badder location.
It still features the same homey bars of the past type feel, especially with the eclectic decor of famous patrons and ads from the 50’s. There’s also a gigantic vault door that you can’t help but wonder what lies behind (it’s just food). The bar is long and spacious, with the first floor offering plenty of seating while a small balcony on the second floor offers an overhead view that is perfect for brunch (Brunch Special: 2 cocktails and an entree for $20). Street signs of local places adds a nice touch, and there’s enough strange and old memorabilia to keep you entertained while wining and dining.
The menu is quite extensive and ranges from burgers, sandwiches, and “garbage” salads to vermouth short ribs and asian skirt steaks. The braised short rib pot stickers and John Travolta fries for appetizers were perfect with one of their lagers on tap and were filling enough that it was tough to finish their signature Beast burger. The ambiance is great both for brunch and dinner, and I’ll sure to be back likely for their $1 oyster nights on Wednesdays.
Park and Sixth is located on 279 Grove Street Jersey City, NJ 07302.