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Angelo Seafood Market Opens Today, 3/7 in Hoboken

by Hoboken Girl Team
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It’s been over a year since Hoboken’s newest fish market + raw bar first put up signage at 626 Washington Street, but opening day has officially arrived. Angelo Seafood Market, a new venture from popular uptown bar Stingray Lounge, opens its doors today, Thursday, March 7th. The team teased the opening on Instagram earlier this week — and if Angelo is anything like Stingray Lounge, Hudson County residents should be getting excited for this new seafood spot. Keep reading for what we know about Angelo Seafood Market now open Hoboken.

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The Details

Signage for Angelo Seafood Market first appeared in December of 2022. The project comes from the team behind Stingray Lounge, an apt endeavor for a well-established Hoboken seafood restaurant popular for its raw bar and cocktails. Since then, Angelo has slowly inched toward an official opening, with storefront facade changes every few months.

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On March 5th, Angelo Seafood Market took to Instagram with an exciting announcement: “Hey Hoboken! We are excited to serve you. We will be open this Thursday 3/7 at 12!” The team did a little crowdsourcing too, asking locals “what [they’d] like to see in the fish case.” See the post below.

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In its early days, the storefront window of Angelo Seafood Market promised filets, whole fish, specialty seafood, mussels, clams, shrimp, crab, prepared foods, lobster rolls, a raw bar, + more. Located in a spot that was previously a UPS store, Angelo Seafood Market is now bringing fishy favorites to Hoboken.

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The Angelo Seafood team shared with HG that for now, the market has “a limited selection to start.” The raw bar is open for “oysters, crudo, lobster rolls, fish dip,” among other things. There are also prepared foods and a more expansive seafood selection is expected to arrive in the coming weeks. 

 


 

Though the town has a variety of supermarkets, a fresh fish market is a welcome addition to Hoboken, which has felt the void since Tutta Pesca closed its doors in 2020.

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