Weehawken’s Park Avenue is Getting a New Bagel and Coffee Venue

2
Bagels On Park 3508 Park Avenue Weehawken 1
The Weehawken side of densely populated Park Avenue, near the ramp to Route 495, is getting a new bagel store. This side of the street faces Union City. Photo by Caren Lissner/Jersey Digs.

The mix of old and new restaurants and businesses on Weehawken’s Park Avenue, which separates the township from Union City near the ramp to Route 495, has had new customers to serve in the last decade with several residential buildings in walking distance, such as The Thread in Union City and a six-story apartment complex around the corner called The Marq. Soon that opened this spring. Customers in the densely populated area will have another new food choice nearby.

Work at Bagels on Park has moved along with new signage and a web presence. It’s located at 3508 Park Avenue, not far from the 495 ramp to the Lincoln Tunnel. It’s on the Weehawken side of the street, across from Union City.

The website says, “Bagels On Park will be making fresh bagels on-site using their own recipe, fresh juices, paninis, coffee, indoor/outdoor seating, and DELIVERY from the store.” They’ve got a preliminary listing on Uber Eats, only listing the bagel types for now (from cinnamon raisin to everything).

A writeup on the Weehawken Life Instagram page says, “I had the chance to meet the new owner — Tina, who was born and raised in Weehawken. Bagels on Park will eventually have gluten-free bagels available. Tina stays true to her community and incorporated the Weehawken colors in the Bagels on Park logo…now that’s showing love for your community!”

Bagels On Park 3508 Park Avenue Weehawken 2
Park Avenue runs from Hoboken to North Bergen, splitting Union City from Weehawken near the Route 495 ramp. It has an eclectic mix of old and new businesses, including another relatively new bagel store on the corner of 45th and Park. Photo by Caren Lissner/Jersey Digs.

Commenters over the summer expressed enthusiasm. “Yes finally a bagel shop in Weehawken,” wrote one.


Weehawken Mayor Richard Turner, who for many years has been trying to make Park Avenue more of a destination like Washington Street in Hoboken, said, “That whole area’s starting to open up. There’s a wine and art place on Weehawken side, there’s a Mexican restaurant, another bagel place on 45th Street in Union City, a crepe store. Everybody traditionally looks east, but now people are starting to come to Park Avenue.”

The area has also been cited as a place to find authentic Cuban sandwiches and other ethnic eats.

Park Avenue starts in Hoboken and winds north through Union City and Guttenberg, stopping at James J. Braddock Park in North Bergen.

Related:

--

Have something to add to this story? Email [email protected].

Click here to sign up for Jersey Dig's free emails and news alerts. Stay up-to-date by following Jersey Digs on Twitter and Instagram, and liking us on Facebook.

2 COMMENTS

LEAVE A REPLY

COMMENTING POLICY: At Jersey Digs, our goal is to inspire thoughtful and respectful conversations. We ask that you keep a level head and an open mind as you discuss the complex issues facing our community. Members who are unable to maintain civility may be blocked from commenting and have their posts removed.

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here