Hoboken Blimpie Subs & Salads

It all started back in 1964. Tony Conza and two high school friends had $2,500 in borrowed money and a simple idea – make sandwiches the way you would at home. Choose only the finest quality meats, cheeses and toppings, and pile them high while the customer waits for a fresh, tasty, satisfying sandwich. All they needed was a name. They wanted to call their sandwiches something other than subs or hoagies – to set them apart from the others. So they started going through the dictionary until they came to the word “blimp.”

Description – Fast Food chain featuring hot & cold subs. This restaurant is considered to be the first of the Blimpie franchise. ( However, it has moved from its original location in Hoboken. )
Services – Cold & Hot Subs, Salads, Wraps…. Free Delivery
Website – www.blimpie.com
Address –
110 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone – 201-659-3610

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11 Comments on "Hoboken Blimpie Subs & Salads"


lindipet
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lindipet
1 year 3 months ago

Since I posted my comment Blimpie base will not deliver 2 any of my family members which had nothing to do w my review that’s their mentality n that’s y I would love 2 c the owner take an interest in his store treatment of customers I am going to write a letter to the Hoboken reporter hopefully they will print it n the back k I have said this same thing try to show f ur open w ur remarks they won’t server u ( which I don’t want) but it entire family

showme789
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showme789
1 year 3 months ago

You make absolutely no sense.

lindipet
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lindipet
1 year 3 months ago

Since I posted my comment Blimpie base will not deliver 2 any of my family members which had nothing to do w my review that’s their mentality n that’s y I would love 2 c the owner take an interest in his store treatment of customers I am going to write a letter to the Hoboken reporter hopefully they will print it n the back

lindipet
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lindipet
1 year 5 months ago

The blimpie base of Hoboken has fallen the staff is rude the most customers are drunk after the bars close n really don’t care about good fast food the amount has gone down to nothing . I was honored to have eaten in the very first blimpie base n in Hoboken. And don’t trying calling the owner he don’t are as long as he is making in money. Unfortunately this is a common situation in Hoboken please demand to be treated like a good customer that u are

truth1
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truth1
7 years 8 months ago

Yes, the quality of the meat has declined.

Furey
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6 years 9 months ago

Even with so many good Italian deli’s in town, every once in a while I like a sandwich on soft bread and I like the rolls here. My only complaint is that I wish they had quality premium meat, like Virgina Ham or Maple Glazed Ham versus the plain “Boiled Ham”.

In response to truth1 who said:
Yes, the quality of the meat has declined.

escaped68
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7 years 8 months ago

I remember when the first opened in 1964,they were located on the corner of 7th and washington. I would stop in there on sunday night on the way back to ft.dix and the manager,his name was frank ingram, would give me a bag full heros to bring to ft dix. they were good then but now they are tasteless and just suck.

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