Nancy’s Sweet Shoppe {closed}

Nancy’s Sweet Shoppe closed

Not sure what happened here (or when exactly) – but it appears that Nancy’s Sweet Shoppe at 207 Jefferson Street has closed and the property is for rent.

That’s too bad!

Nancy's Sweet Shoppe Hoboken NJ closed

Description: Chocolate & Candy. Balloons, Party Favors, Special Gifts.
Address: 207 Jefferson St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone: (201) 795-1800

Pauline’s Chocolate becomes Nancy’s Sweet Shoppe in Hoboken

10/10/2014 Update:

After several decades – a Hoboken staple “passes the torch,” as Pauline’s Chocolate becomes Nancy’s Sweet Shoppe.

Don’t worry, though – we’re not losing a piece of Hoboken, but more like “changing of the guard.” Read why below…

Nancy's Sweet Shoppe Hoboken NJ Grand Opening

Aunt Pauline passes chocolate biz down to Niece Nancy!

“Pauline started making chocolate in her hometown of Hoboken, NJ over 20 years ago. She quickly grew her following and customer base because of delicious hand made chocolate and exceptional presentation. She opened her store on 207 Jefferson Street in Hoboken and expanded on her business with new chocolate treats for every season and every event. After 20 years in business she is passing the business down to her niece Nancy who grew up in the chocolate store learning from the best. With some hard work and imagination Nancy reopened Pauline’s Chocolates in September of 2014 as Nancy’s Sweet Shoppe.”

Nancy’s Sweet Shoppe Grand Opening!

I’m sure many locals are already planning on attending – but Nancy’s Sweet Shoppe is having their “Grand Opening,” (or should we say “Grand Re-Opening”) tomorrow, Saturday, October 11th from 10am to 6pm. In addition, there will be a special appearance by Elsa (from the movie Frozen) from noon to 2pm. Free cotton candy and rides for the kids, too!

Swing by, meet Nancy, taste some of the best sweets the Mile Square offers – and experience a true feeling of what it’s like to actually be a part of Hoboken – and not some cookie-cutter condo or fake park or bogus bike lane. This is what makes Hoboken a good city. Got it?

Pauline’s Chocolate Inc

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Mrs. L
Mrs. L
Sunday, October 12, 2014 12:56 am

Sinfully incredible treats. You can taste the difference between real food and processed trash.

sassy lassie
sassy lassie
Friday, October 10, 2014 11:50 am

Those goblin cake pops are adorable! And the chocolates at Nancy’s are incredible. I lived on the other side of town for a long time without knowing about this place- it’s worth this trip.

Tuesday, June 5, 2007 11:12 pm

the ice cream and milk shakes there are amazing. :mrgreen:

Tuesday, June 5, 2007 8:38 pm

I love this place. We wnet there on Mother’s Day to grab some chocolate and the owner let us sample everything in the store.
I started talking to her about this candy my grandmother used to make and she told me if I could get her the recipe she would make it for me.
I heard her home made ice creams are quite good also.

Tuesday, June 5, 2007 5:11 pm

I have tried this place couple of weeks ago and now I am addicted to their coffee and chocolate. The coffee is by far the “best” coffee I had in my life, especially a lot better than the across the street neighbour “little grocery” and the chocolate is so yummy. The owner, Pauline, offered me different chocolates to taste and I end up buying bunch of chocolate. The price for a large coffee is surprisingly $1.00 for the great taste and the chocolate is $16 a pound.

I highly recommed it to all the chocolate and coffee lovers. Besides the owner, Pauline is super friendly and nice.

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