New Hoboken Businesses to Get Excited About

Hoboken Business

When it comes to business in Hoboken, only the strong survive. Here are just a few of the new up and coming businesses we have spotted around town –

Honeygrow – 130 Washington St. – “Born in Philadelphia in 2012, Honeygrow aims to bring people together over quality, wholesome, and simple foods. To us, the easy road is boring: you won’t find a freezer in use here. Nor will you question the origins of your stir-fry, salad, smoothie, and honeybar treat. It’s about eating honestly and spending time doing what matters: from visiting the farms where our ingredients are grown and harvested to whipping up sauces and dressings in-house; we’re just passionate people that connect over food authenticity and creativity. We are excited to be a part of the Hoboken community and to bring tasty, vibrant, delicious food to everyone there! “

Little City Books – 100 Bloomfield St. – – An independent bookstore located at 100 Bloomfield Street in the former Platform Shoes location.

Little Grocery Uptown – 1212 Washington Street Hoboken – Now Open! – – Home of Hoboken’s best breakfast. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week. Home Cooked dinners to go.

Jarets Stuffed Cupcakes – 14th & Grand Across from the Theater – Scheduled to open April 1st, The first Jarets Stuffed Cupcakes were made at Maureen and Keith’s restaurant, The Petite Cafe in Nutley, NJ, starting in August, 2005.    Now sold throughout the Tri-State area, Jarets Stuffed Cupcakes are growing fast!

Buddhapress – 322 Washington St. – Buddha Press is an endeavor from a partnership of the Pita Grill owners – A mid-town juice bar

Retro Fitness GymRetro-Fitness-of-Hoboken-NJ 130 Washington St. – Offering high-energy, low-cost membership with the best amenities to choose from.