Boyle's Thirty Acres was a large wooden bowl arena in Jersey City, New Jersey. It was built specifically for the world heavyweight championship bout between Jack Dempsey of the United States and Georges Carpentier of France on July 2, 1921. It held approximately 80,000 fans and was built at a cost of $250,000. It was situated around Montgomery Street and Cornelison Avenue, on a plot of marshland owned by John P. Boyle.
Thirty Acres is a restaurant looking to showcase all that New Jersey has to offer. Everything from produce to meat to fish to beer and more. This is, afterall, the Garden State and Thirty Acres will bring the garden to Jersey City.
We hope to not only join a community of Jersey City restaurants and shops but to continue in the development of this great city by providing for our neighborhood locally grown and prepared products.
We invite our fellow Jersey City residents to be a part of our success.
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