travel leisure top hoboken restaurants

Travel + Leisure Picks Top Six Hoboken Restaurants

T+L’s list covers a range of Hoboken restaurants from farm-to-table to counter-service, but it only scratches the surface of the dining scene--did your favorite spot make the cut?
Grabbagreen Broad Street Newark Closes

Grabbagreen Closes, Leaving Another Empty Storefront at ‘Shoppes on Broad’

While several major brands have opened locations in the Downtown Newark complex, multiple spaces remain empty.
B.good Jersey City Insta

B.GOOD to Open Second Jersey City Location

See where in Jersey City this regional restaurant chain will open next.
Paris Inn Wayne Exterior

Banquet Hall and Restaurant in Wayne to be Auctioned

On April 25, The Paris Inn Banquet Hall and Restaurant will be sold by auction.
Seven Valleys 936 Washington Street Hoboken Exterior

Persian Eatery Seven Valleys Coming to Uptown Hoboken

The owner behind bwè kafe is opening a unique dining option that fills a void in the Mile Square City.
Red Eye Cafe Mana Contemporary Jersey City 2

Red Eye Cafe Now Open at Mana Contemporary

Open to the public and offering a full coffee menu plus fresh food options, the cafe is a welcome addition to the neighborhood.
Cocoa Bakery & Cafe 475 Central Avenue Jersey City 4

Cocoa Bakery & Cafe Soft Opens in The Heights

Cocoa Bakery & Cafe, a bakery, catering, and custom cake business, has soft-opened in The Heights.
Yaso Tangbao 30 Hudson Street Jersey City 4

NYC’s Yaso Tangbao Coming to Exchange Place in Jersey City

The New York City-based restaurant is bringing their Shanghai-style street food to a large space along Chilltown’s waterfront.
Flatbread Grill 26 Journal Square Jersey City 1

Dispute Between Flatbread Grill and Kushner Companies Could Head to Court

The owners of the restaurant claim a leaky roof has left them unable to re-open their Journal Square location.
Monroe Square Plaza Hoboken 2

Hoboken is Likely Getting a Proper Brewery

A developer has requested amendments to an old redevelopment plan that would allow a brewery to open inside their newly constructed building.