NEWARK-The Washington Park/North Broad Street real estate district has added an upscale eatery to its market amenities. Martini 494 Bistro, a restaurant and bar, has opened in the ground floor retail space at 494 Broad St., a building that is fully leased and anchored by the Genova, Burns & Giantomasi law firm that vacated its Livingston, NJ headquarters for Newark in 2008. 

The opening of Martini parallels the trend of suburban businesses relocating to Newark; the new restaurant’s sibling is Martini Bistro & Bar in Millburn. Ted Stampoulos, managing partner of both locations, recognized a demand for an elevated dining experience when he decided to create a Newark version of Martini.

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