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Monday, December 08, 2008

Long Rumored Atomic Wings Work Continues

For over a year, the Newark Avenue storefront at Bay Street has been more or less partially renovated, but vacant. In the past few weeks though, signs of life have appeared at the seemingly abandoned project with the old building facade ripped down, and the former "Palace Drugs" half removed. New doors have been installed. There is no indication though if Atomic Wings is still the intended tenant.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was walking down Newark Ave. about a month ago, before the glass doors were put up, and whoever was working on this place hadn't closed the view from outside completely. I had a look inside, and in the very back there was industrial quality stoves and kitchen appliances. Whatever this place is, it's without a doubt a dining establishment. I hope this information is helpful. If it was rumored Atomic Wings would be in this location, that's probably what this is. If it looks like a duck, and it quacks like a's a duck!

12:08 PM  
Anonymous JCMan320 said...

Here is the proof. From the Atomic Wings website, the Jersey City location, also what will be their first NJ location, is at the bottom of the site with the Google map showing that storefront.

It's a duck!!!

8:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's your proof:

8:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Perhaps this has been on their site the entire time, but if not:

At the very bottom:
Jersey City
172 Newark Avenue
Jersey City, NJ
Google map >


9:28 PM  

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