Carpe Diem is a Hoboken pub perfect for catching a game or catching up with a friend from college—or both, if sportsball is a commonly shared love language.
March 27, 2023
Karma Kafe is an excellent Indian spot that serves portions large enough to share and is a reliable go-to for takeout.
Mojo in Hoboken serves iced coffee, homemade pop-tarts, and plenty of other pastries.
Uncle Milton's Cafe is a LGBTQ-friendly cafe in Hoboken that serves one of the best breakfast sandwiches in town.
Apulia is a modern Italian spot with a pizza, pastas, and a great backyard patio.
Okinawa Sushi is a BYOB sushi spot that also has a parking lot—a rarity in Hoboken.
If you’re looking to do a triple crown of Italian sandwiches, you should check out Vito’s after you hit up Fiore's and Biancamano.
The bagels at JP’s are everything you want a bagel to be: big, pillowy, and always come out super fast.
La Isla is a classic Cuban diner complete with brightly colored wallpaper, an eat-in counter with swivel stools, and softball-sized papa rellenas.
Tenth Street is proof that Jersey can square up with New York when it comes to pizza.
On weekends, Pilsener Haus becomes stroller central, but it still has plenty of space for large groups, a wide selection of beers, and must-order Bavarian pretzels.
Satay Malaysian is a reliable takeout spot in Hoboken with an expansive Chinese and Malaysian menu.
There are a ton of places in Hoboken for pub food and massive Italian sandwiches, so we're thankful for Dolce and Salato's lighter options when you can’t take another chicken parm hero.
Dear Maud is a bar and restaurant in Hoboken that's great for post-work cold brew martinis and all-day Happy Hour.
Napoli Pizza is a great pizza spot in Hoboken where you enjoy a few pies on the outdoor patio.
On Saturdays and Thursdays only, Fiore’s Deli in Hoboken serves a very special roast beef sandwich with fresh mozzarella.
M and P is a family-owned, old-school deli known for its housemade mozzarella.