Hoboken dating scene

The pretzels are huge, as is the space, so it’s a good go-to for a group gathering of any kind (just be warned, the stroller brigade shows up too). Augustino’s does all of the Italian American classics right, from Sunday sauce to linguine and clams to calamari to veal parm.

And whatever you do, don't miss out on the opportunity for its killer ice box cake.

And we've identified those restaurants, bars and other fun activities through which daters determine if they actually connect with their evening companion/near stranger/future spouse/eventual loathsome enemy.

We've focused our attention on the social hubs around New Jersey which we think are best for first-date success.

Zack’s the ultimate neighborhood hang, and one that we turn to for all kinds of situations. Hoboken is the land of Italian delis that specialize in sandwiches and housemade mozzarella. This family-owned, old-school joint is also known for its house-made mozzarella, and is your spot in Hoboken for the perfect Italian hero.Two in particular stand out from the pack, the first being Fiore’s Deli - it's famous for its incredible mozzarella, but even more famous for its hot roast beef hero with mutz and gravy (take note: it's only available on Thursday and Saturday). Consider buying an extra loaf of bread, as the meat from one sandwich can serve a few people. One of Hoboken’s best casual hangs, Pilsener Haus Biergarten is home to solid German food and an awesome beer selection. The service is loud and proud - but you’d be loud and proud too if your food was this good.The food is simple and satisfying, the portions are generous, and not only is it BYOB, but they’ll take your alcohol and turn it into sangrias, mimosas, or margaritas. This tiny specialty market/take-out joint (the third notch in the Presilla belt) has had us looking at Third Street real estate on numerous occasions.It’s stocked with all kinds of Spanish treats, but what you’re really here for is the delicious Latin food coming out of the cafe.

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