Sometimes it seems like the same group of restaurants get all the love. Well, that ends today. If you delve a little deeper into the food scene in Hoboken, you’re bound to unearth plenty of hidden hot spots.
They serve you sake bombs but then tell you to gently pour it in b/c it's too messy. The spicy salmon roll was very good. But if you're looking for the freshest sushi, go to Illuzion down the street -- Amanda Ciccone via Foursquare
Authentic Cuban food, hands down. In a hurry? Grab a pressed sandwich to go. Our fave? Sandwich de Pollo. Those crispy potato sticks add just the right crunch. And save room for dessert. The flan is t -- HiddenHoboken via Foursquare
You won't find burritos, sour cream or orange cheese on the menu. Instead, try Camaron tacos (grilled shrimp with Mexican slaw, pico de gallo and chipotle salsa, $5 for two) or tamales. -- The Wall Street Journal via Foursquare
$10 cover. Be prepared to get a TEAK tattoo on ur arm. Check out the giant aquarium downstairs then head upstairs and look for Becky the petite pretty blonde bartender at the bar! -- Victoria M via Foursquare
A fine selection of quality wines. Bottles are affordably priced unlike much of Hoboken. Thank Armando if you see him. He's a wine expert, owner of Sparrow & La Isla, & has been in town for decades -- What's Good Here via Foursquare
"Best items I've eaten in NJ" is Madison's French Onion Soup Dumplings. Rich FO soup flavor actually explodes from each dumpling and is cleverly presented in an escargot dish to look like FO soup -- Snooty Waiter via Foursquare
Food and service here is very good and always consistent. Love that they do special events like wine tastings and lobster nights. This is a place you will always want to come back to. -- Christa Conte via Foursquare