Frankie serves high-end bar food, including a pretty good double cheeseburger with great thick-cut fries, and the attractive space reminds us of a version of Two-Hands or Ruby’s where space isn’t at a premium. This Australian spot works for brunch or a casual group dinner, but the reason you should go out of your way to come here is to drink wine. It has one of the best natural wine programs in Jersey City, including $15 flights that include three rotating pours, and Happy Hour with $5 glasses.
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