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7 Seventy House in Hoboken Getting a New Cafe

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A New York-based coffee shop set up shop in the Paulus Hook neighborhood of Jersey City earlier this year, and now it is expanding to the Mile Square. Gotan Cafe serves up high-quality Counter Culture coffee and Mediterranean cuisine, bringing some staples from the Tribeca location across the Hudson. The Hoboken location is aiming to open in the winter of 2023, and will be located at 770 Jackson Street inside 7 Seventy House. Read on for more about Gotan coming to the Mile Square this winter.

(Photo credit: @gotannyc)

Opening in Hoboken

Per Jersey Digs, Gotan’s new Mile Square location will be located at 770 Jackson Street inside the 7 Seventy House apartment complex. It will occupy the long-empty storefront near the 9th Street Light Rail Station. This marks the coffee shop’s second Hudson County location, and the spot is looking to open in the winter of 2023. You can sign up for future updates about the Hoboken location on Gotan’s website.

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About the JC Location

Gotan’s Jersey City storefront is located next to Madox Apartments at 198 Van Vorst Street. The owner, Rami Rosen, also owns Yuki’s Coffee + Bakery in Hoboken (720 Monroe Street), which opened during the pandemic.

(Photo credit: Courtesy of Gotan Jersey City)

Rami told The Hoboken Girl that Gotan initially had four locations in New York, but then three spots were forced to shut down during the pandemic. The Tribeca location, at 130 Franklin Street, New York, has been in business for eight years and is still going strong.

The owner, who used to live in Hoboken but now resides in North Bergen, said that he wants to focus on expanding in New Jersey going forward.

“Jersey City is the place to be in today. It’s definitely a diverse community, a strong community, and we felt like there’s not enough quality of the same food and coffee that Gotan is famous for in Tribeca. We decided that the Jersey people enjoy better coffee,” Rami told HG.

The Jersey City location opened its doors on Wednesday, January 25th, 2023.

About the Menu

Although the coffee is the same between both the Tribeca and Jersey City locations, Rami said that the menu differs due to the fact that the JC space is smaller. We can assume that the menu at the Hoboken location will also differ slightly, and will keep you updated as any more details come out about it.

(Photo credit: @gotannyc)

“Gotan is a third-generation specialty coffee with a very unique type of food. Counter Culture has been our partner for the last eight years.”

He continued, “Our passion is coffee so the coffee is high quality. Unlike many other coffee shops, we actually age our coffee. We use coffee for 10 days after it’s been aged. We don’t use it beyond that. Our coffee is consistent and very high quality.”

Their drink selection includes cold brew, Americano, espresso, macchiato, cappuccino, chai latte, matcha latte, and mint lemonade.

(Photo credit: @gotannyc)

Rami also mentioned that Gotan Cafe is famous for its Middle Eastern cuisine. The owner took inspiration from Israel where he’s from and brought along “different touches from cuisines.”

Some plates include their famous tuna, avocado, and poached egg salad, as well as the avocado feta toast and tuna, avocado, and Swiss sandwich. They also have yogurt, granola, and baked goods.

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According to Gotan’s social media, “Our dishes aren’t just food on a plate. They’re a combination of creativity, the hard work of the staff, and our mission to make our guests smile.”

(Photo credit: @gotannyc)

Gotan Cafe is also planning to open another Hudson County location in Weehawken this fall at 2812 Palisade Avenue, per the website. We will keep you updated as more details come out. In the meantime, check out the Jersey City location and stay in-the-know by following @thehobokengirl on Instagram and TikTok.

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