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BTR’s burrito connoisseur gives you her five favorite bites from this year.
Elysian Cafe, a French bistro, is located on Washington Street between 10th Street and 11th Street in Hoboken, New Jersey. The restaurant operates out of a saloon from the late 1890s, much like its sister restaurant Amanda’s, which operates out of a brownstone from the same time period.
La Bouche, located on Garden St in Hoboken, New Jersey, is a quaint French cafe serving traditional French and western European cuisine. I’ve now been to the spot three times since I moved to Hoboken and each experience is better than the one prior.
As this month comes to a close, burrito connoisseur Samantha Spoto reaches 90 burritos. With three months to go before the year’s end, it seems Spoto will not only meet her goal of 100 burritos, but she will exceed it. Check out where she ate this month.
Several BTR staff members checked out Sabores on Washington Street in Hoboken, New Jersey. The highly-rated Mexican joint serves up spicy sauces, fresh guacamole, and even margaritas as long as you bring your own tequila.
In a small city packed with bars and restaurants, 1 Republik manages to maintain a large crowd most nights of the week. Despite the true plethora of other spots, in the short time I have lived in Hoboken I have already been to 1 Republik for dinner twice.
The Brass Rail, located on Washington Street in Hoboken, New Jersey, offers bottomless brunch on weekends starting at 11:30am. Brunchers who typically hop across the Hudson River for bottomless options can rejoice in the fact that The Brass Rail offers the same deal for a comparable price.
For such a new restaurant, Little Town Social already has something of a storied history. The bar, located on First Street between Park and Garden in Hoboken, NJ, is owned by Chris and Albie Manzo, who are known both for their other NJ restaurants and for their appearance on ‘The Real Housewives of New Jersey.’
Amanda’s Restaurant in Hoboken, NJ boasts incredible reviews, an impressive menu, and a wonderful wine list, but it’ll cost you a pretty penny (or two).
In a search for the best bagel in Hoboken, New Jersey, Dish + Drink stumbles upon The Little Grocery’s downtown location, which serves up breakfast sandwiches and other meals inside a quaint, homey cafe.
Hoboken’s Sushi Lounge is different from other sushi places for a number of reasons. Its special rolls are truly special, its drinks menu is extensive, and it even brings in a DJ some nights of the week.

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