Hansel ‘n Griddle

Hansel ‘n Griddle now open. Joy.

Our love for home-cooking has nearly eliminated any food prepared outside our kitchen. Fast food and restaurants are either horribly inadequate (not to mention processed and toxic), or grossly over-priced. Even if we’re ravenous, we almost always choose to be hungry rather than eat suspicious food.

But we represent a minority (“equal rights,” man) and it shows, based on the number of establishments you can obtain quick and easy “meals” around town.

Like Hansel ‘n Griddle which is now open. We think a better name would be “Hanz & Franz Girly Man Griddle.”

It’s all good, though. To each their own.

Hansel 'n Griddle 100 Hudson Street Hoboken NJ NOW OPEN

Hansel ‘n Griddle coming to 100 Hudson Street

7/21/2015 Update:

Hansel 'n Griddle Hoboken NJ Coming SoonA new eatery coming soon to the corner of 1st Street and Hudson Street: Hansel ‘n Griddle.

Hansel ‘n Griddle became popular down at Rutgers University – and has been expanding since, with other locations in Somerville as well as Red Bank.

Now they’ll try their luck in Hoboken. Maybe for once this corner spot will succeed longer than their predecessors.

Hansel ‘n Griddle has basically a diner-like menu, that focuses primarily on sandwich type meals, along with breakfast. Their signature meals are “crisps,” which are thin quesadilla-like sandwiches.

They also offer an array of salads, soups, chicken wings and burgers. They’ll have late weekend hours, and the tater tots with cheese will be a big hit with the lumbering drunks!

Here’s their mission statement:

“At Hansel ‘n Griddle, expect nothing less than the best.

We believe in fresh food, cooked to order and use only the highest quality food products. Your satisfaction is our highest priority, and our goal is to provide you with the freshest, healthiest, best tasting food in town.”

Hansel 'n Griddle 100 Hudson Street Hoboken NJ

Description: Diner-like grill food.
Address: 100 Hudson Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Phone: TBD
Email: info@hanselngriddle.com
Online: hanselngriddle.comTwitterFakebook

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NorthKrissy
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NorthKrissy

We try to limit junk food but I remember those crisp breads are tasty and addictive.

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