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Edward's Steak House ($$$$) $ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
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239 Luis Munoz Marin Blvd
Jersey City, NJ 07302 (Map & Directions)
(201) 761-0000

Cuisine:   Seafood, Steakhouse
Location: Jersey City > Van Vorst Park
Website: www.edwardssteakhouse.com
Delivery: Yes Attire: Business casual Reservations: Recommended
Wifi: No Parking: Yes Alcohol: Yes - full bar
Good for Kids: Outdoor Seats: No Payment: Credit Cards Accepted
Hours: Bar open late nightly

User Reviews for Edward's Steak House
Ronald Sanders posted on 05/28/2009
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Had my mom's 50th Birthday party last night. She was so happy, the Server was fantastic as was the entire management . Live music certainly was great. If u like seafood and prime cuts, GO
posted on 06/26/2008
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I was disappointed with the steaks. Both my husband and I ordered our steaks medium and they came back completely charred and the inside was definately over cooked. My guess is that the meat was still frozen when cooked and did not allow the meat to reach room temperature before preparing. My expectations were high considering they charge so much money. Our appetizers and service was very good. Steer clear of this place if your looking for a good steak.
posted on 11/27/2007
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I am having my Holiday party there, the place is adorable and the new owner is Great, he was very accomadating, I wish him all the luck in the world he has a fine resturant ... Best of luck.
posted on 11/18/2007
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Great food and service. I cant belive i just found this place. Cozy townhouse. must try
posted on 10/03/2007
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The place has pretty good steaks and a decent wine list, however a new owner took over recenlty and his attitude will probably shut down the business. His has the personality of an old, burned out alcoholic that thinks he is too "GOOD" for everybody. <br /> Hospitality is the key to a succesful restaurant business, which he doesn't have. Perhaps, he should look into attending charm school in the future.
posted on 05/21/2007
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The steaks and food here are pretty good. I still prefer Ruth Chris in the city but for JC it is top notch.

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