Restaurant concept makes debut at Roseland’s RiverHouse 11

Roseland Residential Trust, Mack-Cali Realty Corp.’s multifamily real estate subsidiary, announced the opening of a new restaurant at its RiverHouse 11 at Port Imperial community in Weehawken.

Porter, a modern American gastropub, is the debut concept from co-chefs Christopher Lim and Tara Glick, who began working together at Marc Forgione’s American Cut in Atlantic City.

The restaurant, which offers seasonally inspired dishes and signature cocktails, as well as the Porter Provisions in-house café and bakery, is located on the ground floor of the luxury community. It was designed by Callison RTKL, and has COVID-19 safety protocols in place.

“The food and beverage industry has faced its share of challenges throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, but, despite that, Port Imperial is very much thriving with new and exciting culinary options,” Marshall Tycher, Roseland’s chairman, said in a prepared statement. “It’s been a great privilege to witness the evolution of the Port Imperial neighborhood, and we are thrilled to be opening two fantastic new buildings here in just a few months. We look forward to welcoming new residents to this vibrant community, and are delighted that Porter is here to serve as an excellent gathering place that will truly be an extension of the residential community.”

Roseland is leading the creation of a $3 billion, 200-acre neighborhood with Port Imperial, with several other elements in the development process, including a pair of 300-plus-unit buildings in Weehawken and West New York.