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Sayreville NJ

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Joe Wong, Feb 9, 2002.

  1. Joe Wong

    Joe Wong Second Unit

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    Hi,

    Any feedback about this town in New Jersey, besides it being the hometown of Jon Bon Jovi? Anything negative I should know about?

    Thanks!

    Joe
     
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    Edison I believe has a very strong multicultural mix -- primarily (outside of white Americans) Asian, Indian, and African American. It's probably the biggest melting pot outside of any major megalopolis; I know, I live less than 5 miles from the town.
    As to Sayreville, never been there, but I've seen the exit (no joke intended [​IMG]) on the GSP. I *think* it's still in Middlesex county (my county), but if not, it's really close to the border (but in Monmouth).
     
  4. Joe Wong

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    Thanks for the replies.

    A work colleague drove me around the area of Edison-Metuchen and also Sayreville to look at some new construction yesterday. There is, indeed, a large Asian influence in Edison, which is good because I love Asian food like Indian, Thai, and Chinese. We went to a Chinese restaurant for a very nice dim sum (or yum cha) lunch as well.

    Cheers,

    Joe
     

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