Low Fidelity, Choc-O-Pain Opening Soon in the Heights, Taphaus to Open Third Biergarten

**Low Fidelity — a new bar by the team that bought us The Archer — will open in Jersey City Heights sometime in late June. Located at 328 Palisade Avenue, the bar recently got its new signage installed. —Low Fidelity

**Meanwhile, next-door neighbor Choc-O-Pain also had its awning installed recently and is nearing the launch of its much-anticipated fourth location. —Choc-O-Pain

**Taphaus, which earlier this year opened its second location in Hoboken,  is now ready to open its third biergarten at 201 Marin Boulevard. The space formerly belonged to The Tilted Kilt. —Have A Night

**The $4 billion Oculus is leaking. After this past weekend’s showers, workers were seen mopping up leaks around the Calatrava-designed hub, despite the Port Authority denying any leaks. —NY Post

**Your morning PATH commute is about to get more hellish, especially if you live in Hoboken. Gov. Christie announced that certain NJ Transit lines (Morris and Essex) will temporarily end in Hoboken (rather than New York) while Amtrak performs emergency track maintenance. —NYT

**A new Argentinean butcher shop called Pampita Meat Shop just opened at 393 Central Ave in Jersey City Heights. Argentina is renown for its beef, so you’ll find a variety of cuts at Pampita, in addition to homemade empanadas, morcilla, and more. The shop also does deliveries. —JCEats

**Jersey City LGBT activist, Michael “Billy” Bisogno, will run for Ward E councilman in the November elections. Bisogno will challenge incumbent Candice Osborne. Bisogno is co-founder of the Jersey City International Television and Film Festival and co-chair of the Jersey City Pride festival. —Out in Jersey

**The American Dream — a mega shopping and entertainment complex being built in the Meadowlands — just received $1.67 billion in financing. —NJTVNews

(Photo: Taphaus)