Bareburger coming to Hoboken
Bareburger – Hoboken
FYI – Bareburger is still intent on coming to Hoboken, but their location has not been secured yet. The spot at 5th & Washington is being occupied by a (future doomed) ladies (overpriced socially networked) boutique called Gypsy Warrior.
Bareburger at 5th & Washington?
We told you back in September that the organic burger chain Bareburger was slated to come to Hoboken. And last we heard, it was still on – for a spot at 5th & Washington. With Sotheby’s vacating that corner location recently – this could be it.
Their website indicates Spring 2014 opening. With the horrid Hoboken permit process – we’d probably be safer saying “Summer 2014.”
Bareburger coming soon to Hoboken, NJ
Those of you that work in NYC probably have heard of Bareburger – a very successful “organic” burger chain (14 locations at the moment).
But did you know that Bareburger is blowing up? They are rapidly expanding their brand by franchising – and have plans to open a location in Hoboken “Winter 2013.”
We’re not certain where they’ll be opening – but you can almost bet that it will be a corner location that has outdoor seating according to their franchise requirements. My first guess would the Puerto Spain spot, which fits their franchise requirements perfectly. But we’ll see if they are willing to gamble with the uptown crowd. There are many other spots for the taking downtown as well.
Here’s their mantra: “Bareburger restaurants offer mouth-watering organic burgers and sandwiches, fresh salads, delicious shakes and sharable snacks in environmentally sustainable, eco-friendly locations. Our belief is that organic food tastes better and is better for you, and that sourcing our ingredients locally benefits our communities. Our menu features a variety of meats, including traditional beef, chicken, turkey and lamb; exotic options such as elk, bison, ostrich and boar; and mushroom, veggie and black bean burgers for our vegetarian and vegan guests. Bareburger also offers a number of savory and sweet salads, organic beer and wine, and kid-friendly cubby meals for the littlest diners.”
Either way – I wonder what that means for the Slider Shack folks. Will they have their work cut out for them?