Copper Kettles Hoboken – 536 Washington St.

Had a chance to swing by Copper Kettles (536 Washington St.) the other day – and spent some time taking pictures of the store as the shelves were being stocked with inventory. Owner Bina Patel has this message for Hoboken residents!

“Greetings, Hoboken!

I’m thrilled to welcome you to the Grand Opening of Copper Kettles on Monday, November 8th!

Copper Kettles, located at 536 Washington Street, aims to provide experienced chefs as well as the simply “epicurious” the tools necessary to take a recipe from stovetop to tabletop, and to do it with flair! Whether you’re preparing an every day dinner, entertaining family and friends, or looking for something unique, our goal is to help you find quality gifts and essentials for the well-equipped kitchen.

So come by, take a look around and give us your feedback – doors open at 11am and we look forward to meeting you!”

Take a virtual tour of the store (24 images). Click the icon on the lower right for full-screen HQ photos:

Open Seven Days a Week

Copper Kettles will be open seven days a week, with the following hours:

  • Monday – Friday: 11am to 8pm
  • Saturday: 12pm to 8pm
  • Sunday: 12pm to 6pm

Welcome to Hoboken, Copper Kettles!

9/20/2010 Update:

Copper Kettles: Kitchen & Housewares

Coming soon to occupy the vacant former home of Spreading the News – Life is Good at 536 Washington Street is Copper Kettles.

Many Hoboken ladies I’ve spoken with are thrilled, saying the upcoming store opening is quite a bit more exciting that your usual bar, restaurant or massage parlor. Other residents, who were a bit disappointed that Battaglia’s moved so far uptown were pleased to have a closer option – but pray that more practical items will be for sale besides “over-priced kitchen tchotchkes.”

Description: Kitchen & Housewares.
Address: 536 Washington St., Hoboken, NJ 07030
Web: TBD
Phone: TBD


What Next? (536 Washington St.)

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What next at 536 Washington Street Hoboken NJ

“Historical Preservation” causes loss of money

Face it – whether you enjoy the architectural design styles of days gone by or not – some storefronts are just not attractive anymore in Hoboken.

I recall the defunct owners of Spreading the News – Life is Good at 536 Washington Street telling me about the nightmares they had to go through just to open up their tiny t-shirt store. The bottom line was, that they were unable to make any major modifications to facade and window area, the signage – not even that ugly black color!

Not sure about you, I feel that unless they relax these so-called restrictions on businesses that choose to open shop here – pretty much anything that comes here is doomed!