To walk the streets of the Ironbound is to traverse oceans and continents a panorama of cultures and cuisines packed into four square miles.

Two centuries of immigration have shaped the historic Newark neighborhood into an estuary of colliding heritages: Within a single city block, adventurous eaters may sample Spanish paella, Brazilian rodizio, Portuguese pastel de nata and Ecuadorian ceviche (or all four at the same restaurant, if they know where to go).

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