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Enjoy a Meal at Ironbound Inside the Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel

ELIZABETH, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 06/02/14 -- With summer's sea fare coming into season, the Renaissance Newark Airport a premier hotel in Elizabeth NJ, is hosting an exciting dining experience in its restaurant.

Ironbound, named after the neighborhood in Newark, embodies the melting pot culture of its namesake. The restaurant in Elizabeth NJ features innovative Portuguese, Brazilian, and Italian-inspired dishes. Restaurant Chef Kristen Nemeth uses fresh, local ingredients to create indigenous inspired dishes, like hand-stretched pizza, braised short ribs, and fresh pumpkin ravioli.

Guests can enjoy micro-local fish from Sea-To-Table featuring monkfish from Montauk Bay, N.Y. tantalizing your taste buds when paired with fresh garden tomatoes and basil along with pesto angiolotti. Another house favorite at the Ironbound is Jersey day boat scallops over a bed of roasted corn, peppers, and cilantro finished with a blood orange coulis. When dining at the Ironbound, make sure you request a garden tour with our Chef.

In addition to the great restaurant, the Newark Airport Renaissance offers an inviting lobby, luxurious guest rooms, 24-hour fitness and business centers, and an indoor pool. It also has 17,000 square feet of meetings and events space, making it an ideal locale for weddings, parties, and social events. Most of the Ironbound specialties can also be enjoyed through our catering department prepared by our Senior Banquet Chef Valmy Judes. Executive Chef Greg Martin, CEC oversees the entire culinary experience and is also our resident gardener.

About the Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel
Conveniently located just three miles from Newark Liberty International Airport, the Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel is a sophisticated getaway that offers much more than the standard airport hotel. The AAA 3-Diamond and Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence award winner features an inviting lobby featuring free wireless Internet access, complimentary airport shuttle, concierge service, indoor pool, fitness center and business center, on-site parking, a fantastic farm-to-table restaurant, and spacious guest rooms. Guests can enjoy a fresh European-inspired meal at Ironbound, an elegant farm-to-table restaurant inside the hotel. The opulent guest rooms are outfitted with soundproof floor-to-ceiling windows; plush Revive bedding with down comforters, custom duvets and cotton-rich linens; marble bathrooms with spa-inspired amenities; plug-in panels; flat screen TVs with cable and premium movie channels; large work desks with ergonomic chairs; enhanced high-speed wireless Internet access, and coffee/tea service. With 16 meeting rooms, and a total of 17,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, the hotel is also the venue of choice for meetings and events in the Newark area. Located just a few miles from Newark Airport, the Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel puts guests in close proximity to downtown Newark, the Prudential Center, and Liberty State Park. It's also just a quick jaunt from the excitement of New York City.

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CONTACT:
Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel
1000 Spring Street
Elizabeth, New Jersey 07201 USA
1-908-436-4600

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