Green Pear Cafe

Green Pear Cafe – Hoboken, NJ – 93 Grand Street

Opening up a few weeks ago at 93 Grand Street was Green Pear Cafe.

A small, quaint cafe that serves just the basics.

Green Pear Cafe doles out Lavazza Coffee, pastries, gelato, and other “delicacies” & small healthy plates (salads, etc.) that are available daily. Plus, they appear to have tapped into the “farm to table” model – as well as imported items that are not too common.

“A female-run business, with carefully selected retail items, mostly from Europe that are unattainable in ordinary supermarkets. As a mother of two who refuses to feed empty calories and artificial food to her children, I’ve decided to connect my brick and mortar cafe with local farmers and artisanal food producers in the area. Our menu changes accordingly with with our current supply and the seasons.”

For now – the Green Pear Cafe is run much like cafes in Europe are run – with very limited hours. They’re open M-F from 7am to 3pm, and 8am to 3pm on weekends. Not sure if that is sustainable in this economy, but First Street sure is a super-highway of “commuters” every day, so maybe it’ll work out.

Description: Simple cafe.
Address: 93 Grand St., Hoboken, NJ 07030
Phone: (201)659-0940
Online: greenpearcafe.comTwitterFacebook

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Larry Cocuzza
Larry Cocuzza
Wednesday, August 12, 2015 1:02 am

Went here this past Saturday, everything was FAB-U-LOUS !! Mmmnnnn . . can’t wait to go back, my cute little belly wants more ! Love this place !

Tuesday, August 11, 2015 9:51 am

Wonder what their rent is.

Monday, August 10, 2015 5:57 pm

it may work in europe but Americans are on a different schedule and the stores hours should reflect that

Reply to  nbm6
Tuesday, August 18, 2015 11:44 am

I just visited this cafe today and the owners told me that they extended their hours until 8pm. Seems like they’re starting to get more traffic! Also, try their cremespresso, it’s delicious!!!

Monday, August 10, 2015 9:42 am

This is at 93 Grand St, not Garden.

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