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 HobokenGirl.com. With deep entrepreneurial roots in Hudson County — as her grandparents owned textile businesses on Tonnelle Ave in North Bergen dating back to the 50s — she started the site as a Hoboken resident to discover the amazing things happening in the area. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event or #HobokenGirlHelps volunteer project, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her two pups, or watching Bravo TV and ordering takeout with her husband.