Thanksgiving in Hoboken

What will be open in Hoboken, NJ on Thanksgiving?

Normally, it’s to be expected that most, if not all places in Hoboken will be closed for business on Thanksgiving (give or take a couple Asian restaurants).

In years past – a bar or two have opened up later in the night (I recall Shannon and Nag’s Head), but in general – Hoboken is a virtual ghost town.

However, this year – Hurricane Sandy altered the plans of many Hoboken residents – and people are looking for somewhere to eat on Thanksgiving (besides Target – which will be open!)

I asked a bunch of places in town – and so far, I haven’t found one restaurant serving food yet. Hotel Victor will open their bar around 6pm, and Anthony David’s is preparing meals for people to pick up, and other businesses like Cugini Kitchen will be open the day before and the day after – but do you know of any restaurants that will be open and serving lunch and dinner on Thanksgiving?

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8 Comments on "Thanksgiving in Hoboken"


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ktbc
2 years 9 months ago

I heard The Fig Tree will be open with a prix-fixe Thanksgiving menu.

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briank
2 years 9 months ago

I can’t believe Fig Tree is open- they had 2 feet of water in the front bar room/dining room. [quote comment=”218300″]I heard The Fig Tree will be open with a prix-fixe Thanksgiving menu.[/quote]

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The Professor
2 years 9 months ago

I am likewise surprised the Fig Tree would be open after the water (or possible worse) in basement (isn’t their main floor sub-terranean?). Do places with this type of damage have to get health inspections to re-open and serve food?[quote comment=”218300″]I heard The Fig Tree will be open with a prix-fixe Thanksgiving menu.[/quote]

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Exvitermini
2 years 9 months ago

I hope everyone leaves town for the weekend. I love walking around Hoboken when every leaves town and it’s nice and quiet.

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beenhere
2 years 9 months ago

Marios Classic is usually open at the corner of 8th and Garden…all the trimmings. I think it is free.

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CandB1025
2 years 9 months ago

Yes, The Fig Tree is open, despite the damage from Sandy. Had a REALLY nice conversation with I think the owner. They had someone come in and inspect the place, etc. They have a beautiful menu that I was trying to convince my family to do instead of us not having thanksgiving. Turns out we wont be able to make it to The Fig Tree because I have to go help my folks in Long Beach (Long Island) but I know they are doing a Thanksgiving menu for anyone not leaving town. Enjoy if you go! My hubby and I love that place.