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{New Kids on the Block}: Hoboken Openings in November 2019

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The Little Local

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The Little Local is the latest coffee shop to hit midtown Hoboken. Located at 519 Adams Street, the cute little shop fills a void that the neighborhood definitely needed. They source coffee from Modcup Coffee in Jersey City and get their pastries from Choc o Pain. Not only are their food and drinks locally-sourced, but plants from Soho Flower & Garden line the shop and art from local artists adorn the walls. They are open Monday-Friday 6:30am-2pm and Saturday and Sunday 6:30am-4pm. Stop in for a morning cup!

Margherita’s

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They’re baacccckkk! Your favorite BYO for pasta and seafood has opened their doors once again. After a nine-month renovation, Margherita’s is back in business. Head there to feel like you’re back in Nonna’s kitchen. Different look — same great taste!

Coming Soon

Il Tavolo di’ Palmisano

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The old Jack & Co space will finally be filled. Frank Palmisano, a partner at Biggies Clam Bar and a Battalion Chief for Hoboken Fire Department, just announced on his Instagram that the spot would open in mid-to-late December 2019. We can’t wait to see what the menu looks like!

MOJO Coffee Company

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Coming soon to the heart of Hoboken is the MOJO Coffee Company. Located right next to Zack’s on 3rd and Willow, MOJO is a welcome coffee joint to Willow Street and is scheduled to open sometime in late 2019.

Olivia’s

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The old Sasso’s Deli spot at 1038 Garden Street is going to be a new restaurant called Olivia’s. Mike Gallucci, the owner of Grand Vin, is bringing a food-driven, upscale concept to uptown Hoboken. It will have a full liquor license and open for brunch on weekends. Olivia’s is set to open in early 2020.

Sad to See Them Go

The Dubliner

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Unfortunately, one of the only bars in Hoboken with a rooftop has closed its doors. The Dubliner is no longer, and there are still details emerging about what will take its spot.

Cascade Cafe

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Cascade Cafe located on Hudson Street is set to close. According to reports, business couldn’t keep up with the increasing rent. It’ll be interesting to see what goes there next.


Written by Joanne Kornelli

Joanne is a born-and-raised Jersey girl who enjoys eating and drinking her way through the Mile Square. Catch her trying out new restaurants or hitting up the best happy hours.