Like many cities across America, Newark was settled by waves of immigrants through the years and now enjoys a rich cultural legacy. Today multiple languages are still heard – Spanish, Portuguese, German, Italian, Polish and many others.
While affordable, authentic neighborhoods thrive throughout the city’s five wards, Newark is also cosmopolitan with a variety of upscale restaurants and eateries, shopping, concerts, sporting events and festivals.
Martini Bistro and Bar 494 is located directly across from Newark Bears Stadium and the recently completed Rutgers Business School at 1 Washington Park; adjacency to the Newark Public Library, The Newark Museum, the burgeoning corporate community at the northern end of Broad St, and the James Street District; at the Ground Floor of the prestigious 494 Broad Street. The bistro will quickly become a magnet for community use — from all levels of the residential, corporate, and civic communities.
Martini Bistro and Bar 494 is beside the light rail and Broad Street Station and between major highway junctures including, I-280, I- 78, The Garden State Parkway, Route 1 & 9, Route 21, and the NJ Turnpike which serves as a beltway around the city and between neighboring communities.
The restaurant will be at one of the most strategic locations in New Jersey, for Northern New Jersey’s transportation infrastructure was planned and built around the City of Newark. Martini Bistro and Bar 494 will draw patrons from throughout the state as well as service the immediate corporate, university, museum, library, and residential communities.