House of ‘Que

(Reborn!) Coming soon to Hoboken, NJ: House of ‘Que (BBQ)

Two years ago, the owners of Village Pourhouse and Little Town NJ wanted to bring their next original restaurant concept to Hoboken – House of ‘Que. That was supposed to happen in the SkyClub, but plans fell through (it’s now Brassiere De Paris).

For a while there, it seemed off the table. But we’re in luck!

Now that 3 Forty Grill is gone – they’ve decided to take over that space and will be open as House of ‘Que come spring 2015.

Yum. Tasty fall-off-the-bone BBQ and great NYC views. Can’t wait!

House of Que BBQ Hoboken NJ 340 Grill

Description: Authentic BBQ bar & restaurant
Address: 340 Sinatra Drive, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Online: houseofque.com
Phone: TBD

House of ‘Que – Hoboken, NJ

11/26/2012:

(NOTE THIS PLAN WAS SCRAPPED)

Here’s some good news – and perhaps a tenant that will finally have staying power over at The Skyclub building in the SW corner of Hoboken.

After West End Station lasted only a few months, and Sammy’s Roadhouse not much longer, the talented and successful crew of Village Pourhouse and the upcoming Little Town New Jersey are taking a crack at putting a “go to” Hoboken restaurant in this space.

House of ‘Que aims to be the best Barbecue you’ll ever have. And from what I’m hearing about the effort the owners are putting into this endeavor – you will not be disappointed. Cannot wait! Let’s hope their quality is enough to get people flocking to this corner of town.

More to come as we get closer to opening! (mouth watering…)

5 Responses

  1. snowdays says:

    Just what Hoboken needs, more burgers, wings, and riibs. More adults may be staying in Hoboken, but it seems they all eat like college freshmen. Guess we have to go to Weehawkin and points north for decent food.

    • YouStayCl@ssyHoboken says:

      It is weird–like Times Sq where mediocre food is the rule b/c people aren’t there for the food. If it turns out to be the best BBQ, I’ll eat my words for dessert.[quote comment=”224053″]Just what Hoboken needs, more burgers, wings, and riibs. More adults may be staying in Hoboken, but it seems they all eat like college freshmen. Guess we have to go to Weehawkin and points north for decent food.[/quote]

  2. HomeTeam says:

    I hope it is not “fall off the bone” since that usually means your BBQ is overcooked — at least for ribs.

  3. sammiceli says:

    This is a prime waterfront location, so there is a lot at stake for the new owners here. I hope for two things: some kick(butt) real Southern-style BBQ, and that the little Manzo boys aren’t involved with this one! They’ve got their little playground over @ Little Town – hopefully this place is truly focused on the food and not reality TV wannabes! 😉

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