All The Heart-Shaped Food in Hoboken + Jersey City This Valentine’s Day

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Love is in the air and so are delicious + festive treats {or the smell of them, really}. With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, lots of local places are whipping up festive, heart-shaped food + treats for everyone to enjoy this year. Whether you’re craving a garlic knot in the shape of a heart or want to kick-off your day with a heart-shaped bagel, we’ve got you covered. Discover all the local heart-shaped treats you can buy below. 

Garlic Knot Heart from Tony Boloney’s

 

 

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F%ck the box of CHOCOLATES, how about a HEART SHAPED PIZZA with assorted GARLIC KNOTS! 🤤❤️ 🍕 Pick up our VALENTINES DAY SPECIAL, RUSS STOVER IS A BOOMER PIZZA! #TONYBOLONEYS 📸: @hashtagfoodpic 🍴: @tonyboloneys 🚗💨: Hoboken/Atlantic City/Jersey City/Long Branch,NJ 👇🏼 TAG YOUR VALENTINE! 👇🏼

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First debuted in Danielle Tullo’s Galentine’s Day party extravaganza, Tony Boloney’s garlic knots are amazing, with or without the heart-shaped element. But it definitely doesn’t hurt.

Heart-Shaped Pizza from Tony Boloney’s


Another banger from Tony Boloney’s — this is a must-order, vegans included! They have vegan cheese, so it’s legit, and dairy-free if you want it to be.

See More: Valentine’s Day 2020 in Hoboken + Jersey City: Events and Dinners

Heart-Shaped Bagels from JP’s Bagel Express


One of our favorite downtown bagel spots, JP’s is serving up red heart-shaped bagels Thursday and Friday only. 10/10 would recommend.

Raspberry Dark Chocolate Mini Heart Pie from Pie66


If you’re looking for a spot that has the best of both worlds — ah-hem that means ice cream AND cake — then look no further than Pie66. This pop-up concept is serving up the good stuff this V-Day.

Red Heart Bagels from Wonder Bagels

 

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Happy Valentine’s Day ❤️❤️

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Wonder Bagels all over Jersey City will be serving up red bagels on V-Day, so grab some cream cheese and make sure you stop in.

Heart-Shaped Sugar Cookies from Baking Mama

 

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Heart cookie tray in time for Valentine’s Day. #cookies #treat #valentinesday #love #sweet

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Baking Mama has heart-shaped sugar cookies but also delicious cakes and customizable treats.

Heart-Shaped Sugar Cookies {+ Ice Cream!} from Milk Sugar Love


Not only does Milk Sugar Love have heart-shaped cookies, but they also have red velvet ice cream sandwiches {a spin on their cereal-inspired Mac Daddy}. There are two locations — in the Heights and Hamilton Park — so easy access no matter your locale.

Read More: This Hoboken Galentine’s Day Party Will Make All Your Pink-Themed Dreams Come True

Heart-Shaped Sugar Cookies from Cocoa Bakery

 

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Only a week left till Valentine’s Day! Don’t forget to pre order for your loved one! 💕 #valentinesday

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Another vote for sugar cookies, this time from a Jersey City staple.

Heart-Shaped Doughnuts from Alfalfa 

 

 

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DM us to get your Valentine’s Day doughnut pack! ❤️ Deadline to order is 2/13 at 1pm.

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As if doughnuts weren’t already amazing, these heart-shaped ones will literally melt your heart {we had to} and in your mouth this Valentine’s Day.

Heart-Shaped Mutz from Fiore’s

 


For the mutz-lover in your life — ’nuff said.

Heart-Shaped  Sponge Cakes and Pastries at Dolce & Salato


Because one festive treat just isn’t enough.

Which of these special treats will you be buying this year? Let us know in the comments!

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Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Hoboken Girl. She started the site to discover and share the wealth of things happening in Hudson County. Her roots in the area extend to her maternal grandparents, who owned two textile factories in Weehawken and North Bergen. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event/volunteer project or editing her life away, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her French bulldog + rescue pup, or watching the latest murder doc on Netflix with her husband.


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