New Deli ‘The Pastrami House’ Opening in Hoboken on January 4th

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Now we can almost officially say the Mile Square’s restaurant repertoire is just about complete, especially if you’re talking pastrami on rye. A kosher-style deli called The Pastrami House is officially soft opening in Hoboken, January 4th. The Lincroft, New Jersey-based delicatessen has taken over the vacant spot at 832 Washington Street, the former Boardwalk Fresh Burgers and Fries {which was supposed to become Brooklyn Bagelry}, opening its second location in NJ.

The Pastrami House joins a host of famous and fan-favorite delis throughout the Mile Square. {After all, if you’ve lived in Hoboken for more than a day then you know just how big a deal mutz aka mozzarella is!} There’s Luca Brasi‘s on Park Avenue, Losurdo Brothers Italian Deli on 2nd, Rosticceria Da Gigi uptown, the old-school Fiore‘s on 4th and Adams, and Vito’s + Son on Washington — just to name a few. And of course, who can forget that earlier this year Mile Square lost a legendary deli — Frans — which has reopened as Jersey Mike’s.

That being said, the more the merrier, and it looks like Pastrami House is onto Hoboken — as its fourth location regionally —knowing our unbridled love for delis. The Pastrami House will serve signature pastrami sandwiches on rye bread, corned beef, and feature a knish and salad bar.

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What’s on the Menu

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In addition to specializing in delicious foods like matzo ball soup, stuffed cabbage, and noodle kugel, the deli is also named after one of its most beloved dishes: Pastrami Bread {we know, WUUUT}.

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^Pastrami bread FTW. Photo credit: Facebook

Beyond pastrami bread, Pastrami House also makes pastrami egg rolls, stromboli, daily hashes, mini Rubens, knishes, Latkas, stuffed peppers with prosciutto and provolone, and so much more.

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Not to mention, meat can also be bought by the pound at Pastrami. Everything from corned beef, brisket, beef tongue, salami, turkey breast, and even some cheeses can be purchased in bulk, by the pound.

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Savory isn’t the only flavor Pastrami House can do, FYI — they also do sweet! According to their Lincroft menu, patrons will also find black-and-white cookies, blintzes, rugelach, rice pudding, lindser tarts, and other various cookies and cakes.

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Now that we’ve got the menu out of the way, you might remember that another business was actually slated to take over the former Boardwalk spot. That biz was originally supposed to be The Brooklyn Bagelry, which was all set to put in an outpost until the company went out of business as a whole. #RIPBrooklynBagelry.

The Opening

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^ The owners behind Pastrami House in Hoboken!

The Pastrami House will be hosting a soft opening tomorrow, January 4th {the owners said “around” 10:00AM — fair warning}, but they’re offering some samples for a limited time on Friday, January 3rd. Going forward, Pastrami House will be open until 11:00PM until they get an idea of the needs of the community. And if you’re reading this from Staten Island, get excited — that looks to be their next location, according to its excited owners.

Welcome to the neighborhood, Pastrami House!

What are your thoughts on the new deli coming to town? Comment below!


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