Love & Yogurt – 54 Newark Street in Hoboken

Swung by Love & Yogurt downtown the other day – just to see how a person living the low-carb life would manage in a place packed with sugar!

Luckily – they had an iPad sitting on the wall, that allowed be to look up how many carbs a four ounce serving of their yogurts would be. While the “app” was annoying (you had to back out to the main menu each time you looked something up), I managed to stick with the “cake batter” flavor – which had 19g of carbs per 4 oz. I squirted out 1.5 oz. for my tasting (7g carbs).

The “fixin’s” bar had tons candy like sweets, but there were some OK fruits – and a great surprise and a big win for the LCHF team members: Macadamia Nuts!

You bring your concoction to the register where it’s weighed. Mine came in at $1.94. Not a bad mid-day snack at all!

They’re open till at least 11pm every day – later Thursday through Saturday nights (the sign on the door says midnight, but their website says 2am.) Guess it varies depending on weather.

Description: Another Hoboken Yogurt by-the-ounce establishment
Address: 54 Newark St., Hoboken, NJ 07030
Phone: (201)850-1977

Love & Yogurt Frozen Yogurt comes to Hoboken, NJ


Soon taking the place of “Oh Capizzi” Hair Salon at 54 Newark Street in Hoboken is a new frozen yogurt joint called Love & Yogurt.

While I wish all small business owners great luck with whatever their endeavors are, I have slight reservations about this.

From what I understand, the Hoboken Frozen Yogurt “Bermuda Triangle” in the middle of town isn’t doing so swell at the moment. Koa Koa is deserted most of the time, and Mon Cheri has already gone through a few different owners and is for sale at the moment.

Sure, the downtown area might be higher trafficked than midtown – but is frozen yogurt really such a “hot commodity” these days? Or is this just eager entrepreneurs getting sucked in by over-zealous franchise sales people?

“Caviar dreams on a tuna fish budget! This is Robin Leach reporting from yogurt bowels of Hoboken, New Jersey!”