Hoboken Cottage Doomed

Hoboken Cottage doomed

Well – a couple years ago, Hoboken Cottage tried “diversifying” by adding that “Turkish” element to the menu (Falafel, etc.) Appears that didn’t work. Not sure if these guys just bailed – or are trying to re-invent themselves again. Either way – the place is empty.

Wonder what will come next?

Hoboken Cottage Doomed - Hoboken Cottage Doomed

Description: Multi-cuisine restaurant serving Turkish food in the dining area indoors and outdoors. Both Chinese and Turkish food available for takeout and delivery. Entrée price range $5-$20. Empty store.
Address: 516 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone: 201-798-6788, 201-222-0168, 201-798-4588, 201-798-7708 Beep. Beep. Beep.

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Hoboken Cottage expands menu to jump on trend…
3/1/2011 Update:

Hoboken Cottage, located at 516 Washington Street is the latest spot in town to get Falafel, Hummus and Kebabs – going under the name of “Turkish Cuisine.” The owners of the establishment said that the Chinese food menu will be available for take-out and delivery only – and Turkish Cuisine will be available in the dining room as well as take-out and delivery.

While they didn’t confirm that the Chinese food would eventually phase out – they did say it will be available for the foreseeable future.

See Hoboken Cottage Turkish Cuisine Menu Here.

Seems like all we hear about nowadays is the middle east.

Hoboken Cottage Turkish Cuisine Hoboken NJ 07030 Menu - Hoboken Cottage Doomed

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Altimes
Altimes
Monday, September 16, 2013 4:23 pm

Hoboken does not have any authentic Chinese restaurants not 1, not at all. Now that said, the American food made by Asians in Hoboken in the guise of being Chinese food can be satisfying for the 30 minutes that it fills you. I order Hoboken phonee Chinee foo, I do, but only later to get angry that it’s just a pupu platter in the end.

okronbon
okronbon
Thursday, March 3, 2011 12:43 am

Isn’t this the same place that serves “surprises” in their dishes?? (and is the reason I will never go here)

https://hoboken411.com/archives/46321 – ‘Nuff Said.

mooshu
mooshu
Tuesday, March 1, 2011 10:38 pm

Dear homeworld,

Please wish for Vietnamese.

Thanks,
moosh

escaped68
escaped68
Tuesday, March 1, 2011 6:42 pm

If someone was to say I wish there was a place where i could get left handed eskimo food—bada boom a place would open or some place would add left handed eskimo food to its menu. Why do people go nuts over something that turns to shit in a few hours, it’s only food.

bmacqueens
bmacqueens
Reply to  escaped68
Wednesday, March 2, 2011 6:18 am

Food is an integral part of our civilized soul. One of the first things we did when we learned how to make stone knives and control fire was to throw some meat on the grill. Then we learned to ferment some fruits or honey, to wash it down. Around the same time, someone figured out he could bang those leftover femur bones and lay down a slick beat. And there you have it, food, drink and music. The cornerstone of a good time since 100,000 B.C. 😀 [quote comment=”203857″]If someone was to say I wish there was a place where i could get left handed eskimo food—bada boom a place would open or some place would add left handed eskimo food to its menu. Why do people go nuts over something that turns to shit in a few hours, it’s only food.[/quote]

homeworld
homeworld
Tuesday, March 1, 2011 3:46 pm

See, this is because I just wrote the other day that Hoboken needed Turkish food: https://hoboken411.com/archives/59682#comment-203628

Apparently someone was listening :^).

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