Chock Full O Nuts Cafe – Doomed

Chock Full O Nuts closes in Hoboken, NJ

About two and a half years ago, we mentioned here that Chock Full O Nuts Hoboken was up for sale (around half a million). Not sure if they sold to a new tenant or not – but either way, Chock Full O Nuts is now officially doomed. Gone.

The businesses in Hoboken are starting to drop like flies now!

Looks like we only have one nut house left in town (near 1st & Washington.)

Chock full o nuts doomed in Hoboken NJ - Chock Full O Nuts Cafe - Doomed

Description: Café chain -Choc Full o Nuts company, serving coffee, hot drinks, cold drinks,bakery items, breakfast, sandwiches, espresso drinks. Empty retail space
Website: chockfullonuts.com
Address: 111 River St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone: 201-653-7800 N/A

How Chock Full O Nuts looked during better times.

chock full o nuts wiley - Chock Full O Nuts Cafe - Doomed

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realstuff
realstuff
Saturday, June 8, 2013 1:14 pm

Down with tax-payers & high rent payers – up with Food Trucks!

Corrupt Town
Corrupt Town
Thursday, June 6, 2013 8:16 pm

I would walk past this place at 7am on a weekday and 8am on weekends and they weren’t open. The way to run a business along the PATH is to ALWAYS be open when commuters are going back and forth. I personally would have stopped every morning if it was ever open.

homeworld
homeworld
Thursday, June 6, 2013 1:07 pm

The fact that this place was never open probably didn’t help their business. Starbucks is open until 10-11pm and this place used to close in the afternoon.

realstuff
realstuff
Thursday, June 6, 2013 12:47 pm

They can’t compete with the coffee/lunch/dinner trucks. They have to pay high brick and mortar rents or taxes. That’s the ‘realstuff’ bottom line.

HomeTeam
HomeTeam
Reply to  realstuff
Thursday, June 6, 2013 5:23 pm

This place going under had nothing to do with Food Trucks, but poor service and an inferior product to other b&m stores in town. [quote comment=”220947″]They can’t compete with the coffee/lunch/dinner trucks. They have to pay high brick and mortar rents or taxes. That’s the ‘realstuff’ bottom line.[/quote]

brotherted
brotherted
Thursday, June 6, 2013 12:08 pm

In my opinion, the coffee was actually quite good.
The service was like a river of molasses in Antarctica.

Plus, they subscribed to the brilliant customer service concept of being closed in the afternoon & evening.

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