Chris’s Curbside Cravings

Chris’s Curbside Cravings – Hoboken, NJ

New in Hoboken NJ Chris's Curbside CravingsIt’s not a Hoboken lunch truck, it’s not a brick & mortar, and it’s not a hot dog stand. What is it? It’s Chris’s Curbside Cravings!

Set up about a week ago, Chris’s Curbside Cravings – a “sidewalk food cart” is located on Washington Street between first and second. “Chris” serves up Gyros, Sausages, Cheese Steaks, Hot Dogs, Burgers, Chicken-on-a-stick (i.e., Kebabs) and even soups and salads.

This type of operation seems to be the best of both worlds. You don’t have to worry about parking, nor the sky-rocketing rent that is sending many places to the Hoboken Doomed Business category.

I wonder how the nearby eateries within a stones-throw of “CCC” (or “Triple C’s”) feel about it. You have Blimpie, Imposto’s, La Isla, Cluck-U Chicken, Satay, and Charrito’s now competing for the hungry pedestrians.

He’s setup there seven days a week until 9pm. Not sure if he’s missing an opportunity for late night drunks, or perhaps it was a sound business decision. Have you eaten there yet?

Chris's Curbside Cravings Hoboken NJ food cart

Description: Chris’s Curbside Cravings is a sidewalk food vendor.
Address: The sidewalk on Washington St. between 1st & 2nd.
Phone: 201-625-5688

5 Responses

  1. Smaarticus says:

    I’ll let someone else try this first. Food poisoning is not pleasant.

    • HomeTeam says:

      I’ve found most food carts and trucks cleaner than any restaurant kitchen I’ve ever been in.[quote comment=”219882″]I’ll let someone else try this first. Food poisoning is not pleasant.[/quote]

  2. briank says:

    I hope this gentleman succeeds, but this is a bad spot for everyone else. There are literally hundreds of people coming out of the Path and up Washington where he parks. There is also a bus stop/shelter right there. I don’t know if parking a big cart in the middle of that chaos is a good idea. He should be in the street like all the other food trucks.

    • Bubbles0214 says:

      i come from the path train everyday and i think there not in any ones way i think maybe you should just go there and have a Gyro [quote comment=”219894″]I hope this gentleman succeeds, but this is a bad spot for everyone else. There are literally hundreds of people coming out of the Path and up Washington where he parks. There is also a bus stop/shelter right there. I don’t know if parking a big cart in the middle of that chaos is a good idea. He should be in the street like all the other food trucks.[/quote]

  3. joe0735 says:

    It’s kind of a small truck by walgreens so I was not sure. But it looked clean and the lamb gyro was surprisingly good. The spices in the meat are spot on. Might even be better than what I’ve had in the city.

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