Ganache Cafe

5/13/2010 Update:

Ganache Cafe gets a slick commercial

Whenever I’m in the neighborhood uptown, I make a point to swing by Ganache Cafe – typically for a nice cup of coffee – or the Hale & Hearty Soup (if they have the Cream of Tomato with Chicken & Orzo). They told me this week that they have a new promo commercial that gives everyone an overview of what they sell there.

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8/14/2009 Update:

Let the good times roll…

Wanted to update the Ganache Cafe entry today for two reasons:

  • To remind you that this is one of the most friendly independently-owned businesses in town (and has great coffee amongst other things…) and
  • Here is their New MENU of their offerings!

Ganache is one of the businesses you should go out of your way to support!

4/21/2009 Update:

Did you know?

That Ganache at the Hudson Tea Building (15th & Wash) has new owners?

Sisters Sanan and Stephanie took over the coffee shop and cafe back in December 2008 – and I’m now a regular customer of theirs!

They’re slowly making some changes, such as adding Ciao Bella Gelato – along with a new pastry chef (I still haven’t tried the cookies yet, which I hear are amazing!) You can still drop off your dry cleaning, sit in their comfortable furniture (which they re-arranged just a bit), and enjoy some tasty sandwiches.

My favorite part is the delicious coffee (Barrie House and Illy). I’ll go out of my way for a cup!

Hours are 7am-7pm M-F and 8am-6pm on weekends. Hours might get extended when the weather warms up.

Have you been to Ganache lately?

11/11/2006:
It had been a while since I had a need to be at the HTB, but since I was meeting someone there, it was time to finally add Ganache’s second location to the 411 directory. They already have a location on 13th Street (closed).

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Description – Cafe, Cakes, Pastries, Sandwiches at the Hudson Tea building
Services – Cafe – Coffee, Tea, Coffee and espresso drinks, sandwiches, bagels, salads, wraps, specialty cakes, pastries, gift baskets, Catering
Website – www.cafeganache.com
Address – 1500 Hudson St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Email – ganachecafe@gmail.com
Telephone – 201-792-0999

Hoboken Hudson Tea Building

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20 Comments on "Ganache Cafe"


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mooshu
5 years 6 months ago

Ganache’s Chicken Fajita Panini is delicious!

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mooshu
5 years 8 months ago

AND they put real graham cracker crumbs in your drink for ultimate effect, thank you.

Good place to work, I think, except I’d probably eat everything.

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9
5 years 8 months ago

Graham cracker roast coffee? They didn’t have that when I lived in that area. Damn it. I want some … NOW!

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mooshu
5 years 8 months ago

*Ahem*

Told you so.

In response to 9 who said:
Graham cracker roast coffee? They didn’t have that when I lived in that area. Damn it. I want some … NOW!

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Nat
5 years 8 months ago

All I have to say is…YUM. I’m addicted to the Graham Cracker Roast coffee. And also the staff is awesome and owners are always there making sure everything is running smooth.

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elainetyger
6 years 13 days ago

The ice cubes in the iced coffee are made from *coffee* instead of water, so there’s no thinning out of the taste if you manage not to guzzle it all down within 10 minutes of its creation. It may not be unique to them, but I’ve never seen it before. I tried the almond croissant and it was delicious. I will definitely be back.

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pawzclawz
6 years 12 days ago

I didn’t know the ice cubes were made from coffee. I guess that’s what makes their ice coffee so insanely good.

In response to elainetyger who said:
The ice cubes in the iced coffee are made from *coffee* instead of water, so there’s no thinning out of the taste if you manage not to guzzle it all down within 10 minutes of its creation. It may not be unique to them, but I’ve never seen it before. I tried the almond croissant and it was delicious. I will definitely be back.

Member
6 years 13 days ago

That’s a neat trick. My buddy used to own a coffee shop in another city. His trick to doing iced coffee was that he’d pour refrigerated espresso over ice cubes. It justified the higher cost because you’re using espresso, not American drip. The flavor was stellar.

In response to elainetyger who said:
The ice cubes in the iced coffee are made from *coffee* instead of water, so there’s no thinning out of the taste if you manage not to guzzle it all down within 10 minutes of its creation. It may not be unique to them, but I’ve never seen it before. I tried the almond croissant and it was delicious. I will definitely be back.