The Best Soups in Hoboken for All of Your Cravings

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There’s no better way to make the most of the cold weather than with a hearty bowl of soup. To help keep us warm throughout the season, we’ve compiled a list of the best soups in Hoboken. Read on for warm, hearty, delicious, and comfort-food-filling soups, all around town.  

Pho Soup at Pho Nomenon Noodle & Grill {516 Washington Street, Hoboken}

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For anyone unfamiliar with Pho, it’s basically a Vietnamese noodle soup consisting of broth, rice noodles, a few herbs, and meat, usually chicken or beef. So if you’re looking for a spot that has options, these guys have every type of Pho imaginable! Opt for the Pho Bo Vie. 

French Onion Soup Dumplings at The Madison {1316 Washington Street}

The Madison

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If you’re looking to switch it up, The Madison offers French onion soup dumplings made with provolone and gruyere cheese. The cheesy dish or the cauliflower soup makes for the perfect lunch dish during the cold season.

Jersey Farm Winter Vegetable Soup at Antique Bar + Bakery {122 Willow Avenue}

Antique Bar + Bakery

Antique Bar + Bakery does many things right, including serving up delicious soup. There are two soups available, the Jersey farm winter vegetable soup {pictured above} is plant-based and vegan, and jio’s chicken soup made of spicy broth, chicken, and traditional spices.

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Italian Wedding Soup at Frankie and Ava’s Italian Eatery {208 Washington Street, Hoboken}  

Frankie and Ava’s

With daily specials, the soup selection includes all of the Italian favorites – tortellini and spinach, Italian wedding, lentil, split pea, and then chili on the weekends. Uhh, we’ll take one of each, please.

French Onion Soup at Elysian Cafe {Washington Street, Hoboken}


With a French-style menu that has a little bit of everything, you’re guaranteed to leave satisfied. One of the menus hidden gems is the French onion soup gratinée. Regardless of the season, this soup is a signature dish that everyone needs to try.

All Organic and Vegan Soups at Purely Juiced {262A 1st Street, Hoboken}

Purely Juiced

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Don’t let “juiced” in the name scare you away. While the juices are amazing, the soups are even more on point. Purely Juiced offers a full menu of organic and locally-farmed juices and food. With raw, vegan, gluten-free options. The two options on the menu include white bean and tomatillo, but it varies on the day.

Broccoli Cheddar at Panera Bread {310 Washington Street, Hoboken}  

Panera Bread

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While Panera Bread might not be indigenous to Hoboken, it would be morally wrong to leave them out of any soup roundups. From classic fav’s to low-fat options, you’re pretty much guaranteed to find a soup to cure a cold or keep you warm. A classic go-to is the low-fat vegetarian garden vegetable soup with pesto, but when one is looking to indulge a little, go for the broccoli cheddar soup.

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Chicken Avgolemono Soup at Greek Town {86 Garden Street}

greek town soup

If you’re craving a good, hearty soup — run, don’t walk over to Greek Town {or call for delivery} for their chicken avgolemono soup. Think of mom’s chicken soup with a Greek twist. This creamy, lemony soup is the definition of comfort food.

Veggie Soup at Ali Baba {912 Washington Street}

Ali Baba

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Filled carrots and chickpeas, this huge bowl of soup is exactly what you need if you’re feeling under the weather {or any time you need to warm up, really}. There’s also a split pea soup with spinach and chicken soup on the menu.

Any Soup at Keming {1006 Washington Street}


Keming offers several amazing soups, including wonton, egg drop, hot and sour, seafood with tofu, sweet rice ball, and much more. The options are endless.


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Daria moved to Hoboken with two of her best friends and considers it to be the best decision she’s ever made. As a total foodie, Daria has made it her mission to try every restaurant in Hoboken, and beyond. Having a Dad as a chef, (imagine three-course meals every night) she says that her love for food is basically in her DNA. At this point, anyone who knows her already understands that they automatically have to offer her a bite (or two) of whatever they’re eating. When she’s not eating or researching the menus of new restaurants, you can find her either running along the waterfront, taking a stroll along Washington St. or working in the city as a publicist.