Bagels On The Hudson

Bagels On The Hudson reopens in Hoboken {with style}

Close to four months after closing for renovations – Bagels on The Hudson at 802 Washington Street re-opened, and had their first full day yesterday.

They said everything was for the most part “the same,” except now they have “more of it.”

The interior is definitely a big improvement over the previous iteration. As for the bagels? We don’t do high-density carbs anymore – so you’ll have to be the judge in regards to the quality. Either way – nice to see them spruce the place up!

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Interior upgrade as Bagels on the Hudson reopens October 2014 Hoboken NJ

Description: Bagels & Deli, Breakfast, Bagels, coffee, sandwiches
Address: 802 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone: (201) 798-2221
Online: bagelsonthehudsonhoboken.com

Bagels on the Hudson renovating in Hoboken

7/9/2014 Update:

Many folks have asked in Hoboken Bagels on the Hudson was in trouble, due to the brown-papered windows. Well – good news, carb-lovers! Bagels on the Hudson is in the midst of renovations!

Currently in the “deconstruction” phase, it could be at least a couple months before they re-open. Maybe sooner, depending on how well the whole permit / inspection / approval process goes. That waste of everyone’s time government process has been known to break been difficult for some businesses in the past.

It’s nice to see this local shop get refreshed for 2014!

Bagels on the Hudson Hoboken NJ renovating brown papered windows

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Uptown location as pictured in 2006:

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The Bagels on the Hudson Downtown location (at 79 Hudson Street) closed MANY years ago. It’s a Clem’s Cheesesteak place now (summer 2014):

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42 Responses

  1. JerseyGirl says:

    Actually, DEADMAU5, had you followed the links in my original post before calling me a retard and telling me to go play in traffic, you would have seen that pre-packaged ice cream is, in fact, exempt from sales tax. Scooped ice cream is not because it falls under the category of prepared food.

    • Stpaddygirl says:

      I think he has an issue with your screen name….I don’t think DM5 likes Jersey Girls…just an observation..

      In response to JerseyGirl who said:

      Actually, DEADMAU5, had you followed the links in my original post before calling me a retard and telling me to go play in traffic, you would have seen that pre-packaged ice cream is, in fact, exempt from sales tax. Scooped ice cream is not because it falls under the category of prepared food.

  2. exm says:

    What happened to the Hudson St location. It’s gone?

    • dg says:

      i was wondering the same. i saw a small sign in the window a couple weeks ago saying, we’re moving, but couldn’t see where to. and the next day the sign was gone.

      In response to exm who said:

      What happened to the Hudson St location. It’s gone?

      • hoboken411 says:

        Apparently they were supposed to move in with another store – but I didn’t see that happening…

      • exm says:

        The sign said that they moved to 20 Hudson Pl next to Teak, but I haven’t been able to find them there… It’s a shame because I loved their location, bagels and egg salad.

        In response to dg who said:

        i was wondering the same. i saw a small sign in the window a couple weeks ago saying, we’re moving, but couldn’t see where to. and the next day the sign was gone.

      • dg says:

        yeah they were convenient for me, too. hopefully they pop up somewhere again. in the meantime i’ve been going to jp’s or whatever it’s called across from starbucks.

        In response to exm who said:

        The sign said that they moved to 20 Hudson Pl next to Teak, but I haven’t been able to find them there… It’s a shame because I loved their location, bagels and egg salad.

  3. HomeTeam says:

    Werent they supposed to share space with Rome?

    • exm says:

      So you’re saying they are IN the Rome location? Interesting.

      In response to HomeTeam who said:

      Werent they supposed to share space with Rome?

      • getz76 says:

        Considering how bad Rome is, maybe they should just take over.

        In response to exm who said:

        So you’re saying they are IN the Rome location? Interesting.

      • HomeTeam says:

        Seemed ridiculous when I heard it, but this is Hoboken and one should never be surprised…

        In response to exm who said:

        So you’re saying they are IN the Rome location? Interesting.

  4. exm says:

    Let me check out Rome in that case…. I’ve never been there, so hopefully I can still get all my food there :)

    Their old location was great though.

    • dg says:

      keep me posted, please :)

      In response to exm who said:

      Let me check out Rome in that case…. I’ve never been there, so hopefully I can still get all my food there :)

      Their old location was great though.

  5. HobokenD says:

    The customer service is absolutely horrible. Based on this alone, I’m surprised they are still in business. Recently it took the store an hour and a half to deliver 9 plain bagels, yet when the order finally came, it was completely wrong. When I called to complain, they were rude, said inappropriate things, and then hung up on me. It is not shocking that their second location closed. Bagels might be good, but who wants to deal with rude people?

  6. esw7178 says:

    Yeah, the customer service at the 8th St location is pretty lacking. I lived a few doors down and used to stop in a few times a week. That is until last summer; I went in to grab a hard roll and all of the bagels were covered in flies. It was rather disgusting. I mentioned it to the woman behind the counter and she couldn’t care less. She was reading the paper and, just asked me if I wanted anything.

  7. irishhobo says:

    They need to refresh their hygiene and sanitation practices. Two times in a row, the cashier put cream cheese on my bagel without gloves. EWW!!!! I stopped going there.

  8. ohnoivotedforher says:

    I agree with Irishhobo. Not only do they not practice the required food service sanitation it appears none of the employees have any food handling training. While selecting bagels is self service, they do not have tongs, gloves, or paper sheets to use. A spit cover would be a good idea as well.

    Hopefully they re-open with a new layout, counters etc, but also with trained staff

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