Giannone Wine & Liquor Co.

Giannone Wine & Liquor – 305 River St. – Hoboken, NJ

Giannone Wine Hoboken NJ 305 River Street(Note corrected phone number: 201-864-9400) Over seven months in the making over at the corner of 3rd & River – Giannone Wine & Liquor finally opened last weekend!

Customers who shopped during the grand opening were treated with 25% off their purchase of non-sale items, too.

This Giannone location, despite being smaller than original store up in West New York, still has a great selection of wines from around the world, with competitive pricing. They also offer a “discount card” which holders will get the benefit of special in-store sales not available otherwise. The owners said that their company has over 4,000 products available. If you don’t see a brand you like, they can likely get it for you.

Giannone Wine & Liquor is a family operation who once had ownership with the uptown Sparrow Wine, but had since parted ways.

You might want to consider stopping here before your next Hoboken BYOB restaurant visit – such as Sri Thai, Piri Piri, Pizza Republic, Robongi, Illuzion, and Maru – which are all just a couple blocks away.

On top of beer, wine & liquor – they also sell bags of ice and all the accessories such as fancy wine bags and openers.

Welcome to Hoboken, Giannone!

Description: Alcohol.
Address: 305 River St., Hoboken, NJ 07030
Phone: (201)864-9400

Giannone Wine & Liquor coming soon to 3rd & River in Hoboken, NJ


Valley National Bank is gone from the corner of 3rd & River – and next up is Giannone Wine & Liquor Co.

This is Giannone’s 2nd location (they have one in West New York). Additionally, they run a huge online wine website called as well. They boast a wide selection (and some high end brands).

What does it tell you about our economy when banks are replaced with booze?

Giannone Wine Liquor Hoboken NJ 305 River Street

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I guess everyone will be able to sleep well tonight as Papaya Dog announced it will be opening a location on Newark Street where Hoboken Pizza is located. Guess the latest kick in town will be hot dogs to compete with Windmill.


*Gasp* A bank closed? Could a nail salon be next?