Category: Food

5 Unexpected Food Resolutions For 2021

New year, new you? Unlikely. Despite what multifarious wellness websites say, life will never magically transform in Cinderella-esque fashion the moment the clock strikes midnight on January 1st, all because of a few New Years resolutions. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t make your life better in the new year. Resolution simply means “a firm

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Gregory’s Coffee + Coffee Waves Explained

“Gregulars” is the new term buzzing about Hoboken this weekend as Gregory’s Coffee opened its first location on Downtown River Street in mile square city on Friday, January 15. With two others in Jersey City, this marks the company’s third location in the Garden State, and its 33rd overall since first opening in Manhattan back

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Bistro La Source and a History of French Cuisine

Dining out, or ordering in, has become second nature in modern day society. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that in 2018 44% of all food spending was done away from home, with an annual average of $3,459, and Statista predicts online ordering will steadily increase at a rate of 4.3% through 2024. But

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Back To Benny’s

There’s something to be said about calling a place home. Is it where the heart is? Is it where our family is? Or is it simply where we go to sleep at night? For one restaurant in Hoboken, it’s all of this and something more. Home is about community. And they’ve spent 52 years feeding

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Hoboken Sidewalk Sale and Food Crawl

The Hoboken Business Alliance (HBA) encourages you to stamp those passports, around Hoboken that is, with it’s visit-to-win passport program to support local restaurants and retailers in the mile square. The “Shop and Dine Passport Programs” kicked off Friday, October 23 as an incentive to support local business. But it’s grabbed the attention of both

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Montaukila Partners With Oceanic Global

While the sandy shoreline of Mexico is a distant dream, Montaukila aims to bring south of the border flavor to a cocktail near you. Born in Montauk in 2018, Montaukila is premium, certified, 100% blue agave tequila and made with an ultra specific pallet in mind– summertime. The smooth flavor is produced from the award-winning

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Hudson’s Mill Tavern in Hudson Valley

About an hour north of NYC, located in a Hudson Valley town called Garnerville (a hamlet in Haverstraw), Hudson’s Mill Tavern remains essentially unnoticed. Its inconspicuous location is tucked away behind several seemingly abandoned brick buildings. But walk through the doors and you’ll discover food as rich as the buildings history itself. According to the

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Youngs Farm

When I was a child, my father would take me driving along the Gold Coast of Long Island to gather leaves on many a crisp, fall afternoon. We’d get out of the car at random leaf clusters along the road in Roslyn, Glen Cove, the Brookvilles, and picked the brightest colors in full form. He

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The Perfect Summer Smoothie

With the weather heating up it’s natural for our appetites to decline as we crave lighter meals. According to The National Center for Biotechnology Information, we crave food as a means to regulate our own body temperature. When it’s cold, we tend to consume extra energy that food produces. After all, calories are just units

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Sail Away Coffee x NoFoDoCo

Sheltering from the chaos ensuing outside of my front door, coffee and food have become my new favorite antisocial activities. While everyone else is stocking up on toilet paper and hand sanitizer, I’m making my way for the 30 oz coffee grinds and packets of chocolate. We all have our pandemic priorities. It turns out,

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