Hoboken Photo Leftovers for March 30th

Hoboken photo remains of the week: March 30, 2013

What Hoboken photo leftovers made the cut this week?

Hoboken Photo Leftovers March 30 2013

In the photo gallery below:

  • Photo 1: You know we had that massive water main break on 8th & Willow two mornings ago? Well – there was another suspected situation that happened at 11th & Bloomfield earlier that same day. We surmise that this may be the next “sinkhole” that unsuspectingly happens in Hoboken. Way to go, Hoboken infrastructure! Last place trophy for you, you’re still a winner!
  • Photo 2: The Park on Park garage has finally been leveled – making way for the prestigious Park and Garden Hoboken to up the ante for Real Estate in uptown Hoboken.
  • Photo 3: New finger and toe salon Nail Atelier is now open on First & Garden Streets. Hooray for digits!
  • Photo 4: Lastly – you ought to try out Hoboken’s newest coffee shop uptown on 14th Street: Red Lion Coffee. Not only is the java excellent, they use a super top-notch dairy supplier as well. That makes a HUGE difference in your caffeine experience. Trust us!

Enjoy the rest of your weekend, Hoboken! Spring will wake up eventually!

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2 Comments on "Hoboken Photo Leftovers for March 30th"

brando
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brando

Since I live on Garden Street, I stopped into Nail Atelier to ask about their pricing. My usual nail salon charges $30 for a fill-in. Nail Atelier said their price is $40. When I told them my place is only $30 why would I want to go to them, they said, oh we have a discount right now. After I told them yes, for a short time frame, I left to go to my regular nail place, which is only a short walk from them. $40 is even more expensive than the Manhattan nail salon I sometimes go to.

Skelly
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Skelly

oh, everso fruagal…[quote comment=”220104″]Since I live on Garden Street, I stopped into Nail Atelier to ask about their pricing. My usual nail salon charges $30 for a fill-in. Nail Atelier said their price is $40. When I told them my place is only $30 why would I want to go to them, they said, oh we have a discount right now. After I told them yes, for a short time frame, I left to go to my regular nail place, which is only a short walk from them. $40 is even more expensive than the Manhattan nail salon I sometimes go to.[/quote]

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